Whistleblower & Good Governance

  • Kanwaljit Singh
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  • Kanwaljit Singh

    Student at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala, India.

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The term whistleblowing in today’s global corporate world has very significant meaning. It is a term generally used when in an organization the employee makes the public disclosure of any fraud, scam, or any misappropriation of any funds to the general public. Whistleblowing is one of the important tools of the Good Governance in any Democratic country. In India there is very wide progress of corporate system within few decades. Many a change has come in the form of scandals and some are even much bigger than even imagined thus effecting lives of many people. So, the whistleblowers play an important role in making these scandals in public limelight. My project will emphasis the concept of whistleblowing in India and its comparison with other countries highlighting it with respect to certain incidents regarding recent incidents questioning safety of whistleblowers in India. The project will also highlight the notable cases of whistleblowing in India as well as internationally and its effect on effective policy making. I will also discuss the concept of tax haven countries and will highlight major pitfalls in the policy of the countries and its recommendations for better results.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 3, Page 746 - 761

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.113111

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