Law, Culture & Reprisals

 

More recent Studies on whistleblowing:

 

Law, Culture and Reprisals:  A Qualitative Case Study of Whistleblowing and Health Canada’s Drug Approval Process.

Pamela Forward

https://curve.carleton.ca/system/files/etd/55116fc0-3210-4ae4-9bf4-1e242483df94/etd_pdf/357ae8deb39f97f2f7755062f126bbc7/forward-lawcultureandreprisalsaqualitativecasestudy.pdf

For a list of key supporting evidence and sources, click here

 

WHISTLEBLOWING: RESPONSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY

Does responsibility and accountability really exist in Canada?

 Jo-Ann Fennessey

https://ruor.uottawa.ca/bitstream/10393/28884/1/MR75194.PDF

 

Whistle Stop: the Suppression of Whistleblowers in the Canadian Government

Brendan Tweedie

https://scholar.uwindsor.ca/etd/7/

 

The Sound of Silence - Whistleblowing and the Fear of Reprisal

Craig Dowden

Commissioned by the Office of the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner

December 22, 2016

http://publications.gc.ca/collections/collection_2017/ispc-psic/PG4-23-2017-eng.pdf

 

For studies on whistleblowing protection legislation in Canada, see Weak Legislation

For papers on whistleblowing in other countries see below:

Selected papers from the
International Whistleblowing Research Network
conference in Oslo, June 2017

edited by David Lewis & Wim Vandekerckhove

https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/94a0/51bcc1ef155320faf4b63937aba20677d514.pdf

 


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