Whistleblowing: Subversion or Corporate Citizenship?

Whistleblowing: Subversion or Corporate Citizenship?

by Gerald Vinten (Editor)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781853962387
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Publication date: 10/28/1994
Series: Organizational Behavior Series
Pages: 208
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.44(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
PART ONE: GENERAL ISSUES
Whistleblowing - Gerald Vinten
Fact and Fiction: An Introductory Discussion
Whistleblowers as Corporate Safety Net - Marlene Winfield
The Registrar in the John Lewis Partnership plc - Pauline Graham
Corporate Conscience
What Does It Mean to Be a Committed Employee? - Christopher Mabey and Carolyn Hooker
Codes of Ethics and Whistleblowing - George C S Benson
PART TWO: PROFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVES
US Law, Whistleblower Protection and the Office of the Special Counsel - Bruce D Fong
Whistleblowing in English Law - Michael Cover and Gordon Humphreys
Whistleblowing Management Accountants - Michael K Shaub and James F Brown Jr
A U S View
Enough is Enough - Gerald Vinten
An Employer’s View - The Pink Affair
PART THREE: PERSONAL PERSPECTIVES
Official Secrecy - Robin Robison
Civil Servants, Secrecy and the Defence of the Realm
Charles Robertson - Alan Lovell and Charles Robertson
In the Eye of the Storm
Academic Whistleblowing on the Beat - Simon Holdaway
The Policeman’s Lot

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