IARSA RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEE CODE OF ETHICS IARSA Research and Professional Employee Code of Ethics (hereinafter referred to as “Code of Ethics”) sets out the basic ethical requirements for the conduct of the International Association of Research Scholars & Administrators (IARSA) research staff and faculty members in connection with their professional and research activities, especially in the area of education, research and evaluation or specialized activities. These requirements are presented as the self-evident outcome of universal and commonly recognized moral and formal principles of conduct of individuals and groups in a civilized society with respect to the nature of higher education and research. They have been formulated with regard to the common features of activities performed by research and professional research employees, independent researcher of individual scientific disciplines. They create prerequisites for maintaining desirable moral standards designed to prevent conflict situations among employees, between employees and third parties and conflict of interest while also helping to improve relations between the academic community and the general public.