[THIS POST HAS BEEN REVISED TO CORRECT MY PRESENTATION OF THE EDITORIAL SITUATION AT NOUS & PHILOSOPHY AND PHENOMONOLOGICAL RESEARCH-ES.]
If professional philosophers were serious about a code of conduct they would focus on tackling the conflicts of interests in the profession that are all too common standard operating procedure not just in the relatively low status, albeit potentially lucrative (by philosophers' standards) corners of applied ethics, but also in the ways in which our journals and job-searches (etc.) are run. Many of these conflicts of interests also generate the incentive-structure in which senior scholars have career advancement opportunities to share; this makes an environment of sexual harassment with a whole variety of temptations and blurry lines more common. (I am not claiming they are solely responsible for this behavior!)
Let me explain.