International Whistleblowing Research Network; 7th Biennial Conference is hosted by Maynooth University Department of Law on behalf of the International Whistleblowing Research Network.
When: Friday, 17 September 2021
Where: Online, Register here
9:00 am - Welcome
9:00 - 10:00 am
Andreadakis & Kafteranis: "Internal Whislteblowing in the United States after Digital Reality Trust vs Sommers: A Look from the Other Side of the Atlanitc."
Cobbaut: "The need for better regulation of the early warning conception of the alert practices: What lessons can we draw from the example of occupation safety and healthy alert law?"
11:20 - 12.35
Gaurav: "Linking Whistleblower Protection with Victimology: A New Approach for the Analysis of Laws of Developing Countries."
Fanchini & Kenny: "Troubling Whistleblowing: A Gendered Experience?"
Phillips: Supporting Whistleblowers from Victimisation: A new classification."
13:15 - 14:05
Farrar: "Guilty Pleasures? An investigation of the influence of guilt, rewards, moral messaging on tax whistleblowing decisions."
Kohn & Nyrerod: "State of the Art in Whistleblower Rewards: Comparative Benefits & Best Practices."
Rehg: "Student Whistleblowing: Has it Been Overlooked?"
Zimmerman: "Protecting Whistleblowers to Enforce the Law - Problematising the EU Whistleblower Directive."
Oerlich & Erlebach: "Taking it outside - a study of legal contexts and external whistleblowing as corporate governance mechanism in China & India."
Van Portfliet & Phillips: Who is Speaking Please: The role of identity in attitudes towards whistleblowing."
Savage & Hynde: Whistleblowing in the time of Covid-19: findings from FOIA requests."
16:30 - 16:45
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