Deadly Disclosures: Whistleblowing and the Ethical Meltdown of Australia
Wakefield Press, 1999 - Počet stran: 305
Australian whistleblowers take us into a world of wrong-doing that few of us know or want to believe exists. This is a provocative analysis of the degeneration of public ethics in Australia, carried on the wings of case studies of Australians who have blown the whistle in order to improve ethical standards and suffered terribly for their efforts.
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