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International Handbook on Whistleblowing Research
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`This Handbook is testament to the value of whistleblowing for democracy, with new research and existing knowledge probed with fresh and urgent questions. What is the impact of global technology on public accountability, journalism and whistleblower protection? If indifference is what really matters, is focus on retaliation misplaced? What stops those in authority from heeding whistleblowers? A vital resource for anyone fighting to protect whistleblowers anywhere to better articulate whose interests are really at stake and what needs to be done.' -- Anna Myers, lawyer and Expert Coordinator of the Whistleblowing International Network (WIN) `The International Handbook on Whistleblowing Research offers a thorough and thoughtful examination of current approaches to research regarding this important topic. The editors have included the viewpoints of highly regarded researchers from a number of different fields, including the social sciences, business, and law. Unlike some collections of comments by experts in diverse fields, the editors have created a coherent and useful structure for an analysis of the status of whistleblowing research, the appropriate design for such research and its practical applications. The book casts new light on many topics crucial to the success or failure of whistleblower laws. Researchers, activists, policy makers and anyone interested in understanding whistleblowing and improving laws that encourage and protect it should read this indispensable work. A "who's who" of the field and a depository of insights and ideas.' -- Robert Vaughn, American University Washington College of Law, US `There is little doubt that policy makers worldwide, as well as practitioners, will greet the publication of this book with enthusiasm.' -- Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor, The Barrister Magazine
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Edited by A.J. Brown, Professor of Public Policy and Law and Program Leader, Public Integrity and Anti-corruption, Centre for Governance and Public Policy, Griffith University, Australia, David Lewis, Middlesex University, UK, Richard Moberly, Associate Dean for Faculty and Professor of Law, University of Nebraska College of Law, US and Wim Vandekerckhove, Senior Lecturer, Organizational Behaviour, University of Greenwich Business School, London, UK
Contents Introduction 1. Whistleblowing, its Importance, and the State of Research David Lewis, A.J. Brown and Richard Moberly PART I: RESEARCH FUNDAMENTALS 2. Understandings of Whistleblowing: Dilemmas of Societal Culture Wim Vandekerckhove, Tina Uys, Michael T. Rehg and A.J. Brown 3. Outsider `Whistleblowers': Conceptualizing and Distinguishing `Bell-Ringing' Behavior Marcia P. Miceli, Suelette Dreyfus and Janet P. Near 4. Wrongdoing: Definitions, Identification and Categorizations Marit Skivenes and Sissel C.Trygstad 5. Whistleblowing Duties Jos Leys and Wim Vandekerckhove 6. On the Appropriateness of Research Design: Intended and Actual Whistleblowing Brita Bjorkelo and Hege Hoivik Bye 7. Whistleblowing and Power Kim Loyens and Jeroen Maesschalck PART II: ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE AND RESPONSIVENESS 8. Reporting Versus Inaction: How Much Is There, What Explains the Differences and What to Measure Jane Olsen 9. Motivations for Whistleblowing: Personal, Private and Public Interests Peter Roberts 10. Whistleblowers and Suffering Rodney Smith 11. Going Public: Researching External Whistleblowing in a New Media Age Rachelle Bosua, Simon Milton, Suelette Dreyfus, Reeva Lederman 12. `To Persons or Organizations That May Be Able to Effect Action': Whistleblowing Recipients Richard Moberly 13. Managerial Responsiveness to Whistleblowing: Expanding the Research Horizon Wim Vandekerckhove, A J Brown, Eva Tsahuridu PART III: RESEARCH IN ACTION 14. Whistleblower Protection - A Comparative Law Perspective Bjoern Fasterling 15. The Key to Protection: Civil and Employment Law Remedies David Lewis, Tom Devine, Paul Harpur 16. Because They Have Evidence: Globalizing Financial Incentives for Corporate Fraud Whistleblowers Tom Faunce, Kim Crow, Tony Nikolic, Frederick M. Morgan, Jr. 17. When it All Goes Bad: Criminal Remedies Maureen Spencer and John Spencer 18. Whistleblower Protection in International Governmental Organizations Shelley Walden and Bea Edwards 19. Whistleblower Support in Practice: Towards an Integrated Research Model A J Brown, Daniel P Meyer, Chris Wheeler, Jason Zuckerman Conclusions 20. Research That Whistleblowers Want - And What They Need Brian Martin 21. Strategic Issues in Whistleblowing Research Wim Vandekerckhove, A J Brown, Richard Moberly and David Lewis Index