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Cheng X., Karim K.E., Lin K.J. A cross-cultural comparison of whistleblowing perceptions. International Journal of Management & Decision Making. 2015. Vol. 14. Iss. 1. Pp. 15-31.

Through an empirical examination, this research reports on the results of cultural influences on whistleblowing decisions and the perception of people from individualistic cultures and those from collectivist cultures. We utilise cultural differences and characteristics between different nations to formulate hypotheses that individuals from collectivist cultures are less likely to be whistle-blowers, and less accepting of whistleblowing behaviour, than individuals from individualistic cultures. Data were collected through a survey given to subjects of British and Chinese students from the University of Glasgow. The results support hypotheses about diversity in decisions made by individuals from individualistic cultures compared to those from collectivist cultures. The research findings have implications for the administration of domestic and multinational corporations. In order to enhance the effectiveness of internal control systems in various nations, such systems should take cultural differences into consideration. The results suggest that, compared to collectivist cultures, whistleblowing as an organisational strategy of internal control systems is more likely to be effective in individualistic cultures.

De Maria W. Common law – common mistakes? Protecting whistleblowers in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the United Kingdom. International Journal of Public Sector management. 2006. Vol. 19. Iss. 7. Pp. 643-658.
Gunasekara G. Whistle-blowing: New Zealand and UK solutions to a common problem. Statute Law Review. 2003. Vol. 24. Iss. 1. Pp. 39-62.
Lewis D. Is a public interest test for workplace whistleblowing in society’s interest? International Journal of Law & Management. 2015. Vol. 57. Iss. 2. Pp. 141-158.

Purpose – The aim of the paper is to consider the efficacy of requiring a public interest test to be satisfied before protection is afforded to workers who blow the whistle under Part IVA of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (ERA 1996). Design/methodology/approach – Not all definitions of whistleblowing require there to be a public interest in the disclosure of information. To illustrate how the expression “public interest” has been used in this context, the common law defence to an action for breach of confidence is outlined. The paper then explains how the concept of “public interest whistleblowing” evolved in other jurisdictions. It also examines the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights to see if it helps us to apply the public interest test. Finally, this test is considered in the context of UK legislation. Findings – Several sources of uncertainty are identified. These include the fact that personal and public interest matters may be intertwined and that an organization may encourage the internal reporting of concerns about wrongdoing that do not have a public dimension to further its private interests. One obvious result of uncertainty is that those who are not legally required to report wrongdoing may choose not to do so and society may be denied important information; for example, about serious health and safety risks or financial scandals. Originality/value – It is suggested that the public interest test should be removed from Part IVA ERA 1996. However, this test is likely to remain for a while, so nine recommendations about how it should be interpreted are made.

Lewis D. The contents of whistleblowing / confidential reporting procedures in the UK. Employee Relations. 2006. Vol. 28. Iss. 1. Pp. 76-86.
Lewis D., Vandekerckhove W. Trade unions and the whistleblowing process in the UK: an opportunity for strategic expansion? Journal of Business Ethics. 2016. 11 p.
Neufeld M. Parliament and some roots of whistle blowing during the nine years war. Historical Journal. 2014. Vol. 57. Iss. 2. Pp. 397-420.
Soltes K. Facilitating appropriate whistleblowing: examining various approaches to what constitutes “fact” to trigger protection under article 33 of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption. American University International Law Review. 2012. Vol. 27. Iss. 4. Pp. 925-954.
Webster A. Developments in whistleblowing. Business Law International. 2015. Vol. 16. Iss. 1. Pp. 65-75.
Yeoh P. Whistle-blowing laws in the UK. Business Law Review. 2013. Vol. 34. Iss. 6. Pp. 218-224.
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Hüttl T., Léderer S. Whistleblowing in Central Europe. Public Integrity. 2013. Vol. 15. Iss. 3. Pp. 283-306.
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Хлонова Н.В. Сообщение о коррупционных правонарушениях: перспективы совершенствования с учетом зарубежного опыта. Актуальные проблемы экономики и права. 2013. № 1 (25). С. 272-279

В статье рассматриваются предусмотренные действующим российским антикоррупционным законодательством обязанности чиновников сообщать о фактах коррупции. С учетом зарубежного опыта анализируется эффективность такой меры, как сообщения о коррупционных правонарушениях в системе противодействия коррупции, предлагаются конкретные направления совершенствования процедуры подачи таких сообщений.

Индия
D’Cruz P., Bjorkelo B. Sociocultural dynamics in whistleblowing: insights from India. Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration. 2016. Vol. 8. Iss. 2. Pp. 143-162.
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Winardi R.D. The influence of individual and situational factors on lower-level civil servants’ whistle-blowing intention in Indonesia. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business. 2013. Vol. 28. Iss. 3. Pp. 361-376.
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Pradillo J.C.O. Whistleblowing and criminal proceedings in Spain: Roma traditoribus non praemiat. The Indonesian Journal of International & Comparative Law: Socio-Political Perspectives. 2016. Vol. 3. Iss. 1. Pp. 43-75.
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