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Whistling-blowing intentions after formation of legal grounds

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Studies of Whistle-blowing
• Who are more willing to whistle-blow and why? - Public service motivation - Psychological factor
o Social norms and learning
- Civil servant characteristics
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Literature: Issues and Gaps
• A lack of proper protective measures motivating to report • Inadequate theoretical foundations to understand
heterogeneous effects of individual characteristics
• Weak research design and little understanding of causal
mechanism
- Small sample size - Relying on observational, multivariate regression analysis - Problems of omitted variable bias and reverse causality
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Situational Characteristics of Law Enforcement
• Clearly sets out changes in the scope of what constitutes
corruption
• The details of the law encourage whistle-blowing practice
by clarifying
1) how to report improper solicitations and unacceptable financial or other advantages, 2) how the reports are processed, 3) what are the protective measures for whistle blowers, 4) how reporting persons or their cooperators are protected and rewarded
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Individual Characteristics and Heterogeneous Motivations
• Cost-benefit calculations of reporting
- Power distribution within organizational hierarchy - Organizational culture and norms
o Civil service rank o Gender o Age
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Hypotheses
After policy interventions, H1. Male civil servants will be more willing to whistle-blow, compared w


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Title Whistling-blowing intentions after formation of legal grounds
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Material Type Proceeding
Author(English)

Lee , Don S.

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KDI School; World Bank DIME

Date 2020-10
Event KDI school - World bank DIME conference on impact evaluation in governance and finance
Series Title; No KDI School-World Bank DIME Conference on Impact Evaluation in Governance and Finance
Pages 19
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Government and Law < Governance
Government and Law < Public Administration
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management
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