Our aim for these guidelines remains to support all those involved in scholarly publishing with a summary of best practice guidance from leading organizations around the world. Our guidelines are written for societies, editors, authors, librarians, students, funders, corporations, and journalists.Aims and scope: Read the aims and scope of Wiley's Best Practice Guidelines on Publishing Ethics as well as information on the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and the Wiley Ethics Helpdesk. First: speak with your publisher: Read about how the first step to handling ethical problems relating to a journal is to speak with your publisher. Research integrity: The research integrity section provides an overview of research misconduct, including fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, and duplicate/redundant publication. Research ethics in journal articles: This section provides publication policy recommendations for journals to adopt to ensure that ethical and responsible research is published. Editorial standards and processes: Read guidelines for journal editors, including information on handling authorship, peer review, corrections, retractions, and withdrawal of articles. Copyright and intellectual property: This section provides guidance on copyright and open access agreements. Resources for responsible publication policies and procedures: This section links to useful information on publication policies and procedures across disciplines. Resources for responsible publication policies: This section links to useful information on publication policies and procedures across disciplines. Flowcharts and Sample Letters: This section links to COPE flowcharts and sample letters to authors. Login is required for access to sample letters on COPE website.