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Selected Papers from the International Whistleblowing Research Network Conference Oslo June 2017.

  title={Selected Papers from the International Whistleblowing Research Network Conference Oslo June 2017.},
  author={David Lewis and Wim Vandekerckhove and Brita Bj{\o}rkelo and Syssel Trygstad and Anne Mette {\O}deg{\aa}rd and Elin Svarstad and Caroline C. Hunt and Peter Gallo and Stelios Andreadakis and Angie Ash and Arron Phillips},
n June 2009 a conference was held at Middlesex University to mark the fact that whistleblowing legislation had been in force in the UK for a decade. This event included a public lecture and attracted delegates from a range of backgrounds, including academics, legal and management practitioners, trade unionists, whistleblowers and students. At the end of the conference the decision to establish an International Whistleblowing Research Network (IWRN) was taken. People can join this network simply… 
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