This module is a resource for lecturers
This section provides a list of (mostly) open access materials that the lecturer could ask the students to read before taking a class based on this Module.
- Albrecht, Chad O., and others (2018). The Significance of Whistleblowing as an Anti-Fraud Measure. Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting, vol. 10, no.1 (January).
- Anstey, Caroline, and Leonard McCarthy (2012). Technology is Helping the Fight against Corruption. The Huffington Post, 12 November.
- Baker, Noel (2018). Confidential Garda Phone Line Set Up for Reporting. The Irish Examiner Corruption, The Irish Examiner, 29 September.
- Banning, Rachel (2016). 9 Ways to Use Technology to Reduce Corruption. The Guardian, 26 May.
- Crawford, Christopher (2015). Crowdsourcing Anti-Corruption. The Guardian, 19 May.
- Garside, Juliette (2013). Hundreds of Properties Could be Seized in UK Corruption Crackdown. The Guardian, 13 October.
- Gaskell, Adi (2018). Using the Crowd and AI to Stamp Out Corruption. The Huffington Post, 1 May.
- James Deane (2016). The Role of Independent Media in Curbing Corruption in Fragile Settings. BBC Media Action Policy Briefing #16 (September). London: BBC.
- Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) (2018). Committing to Effective Whistleblower Protections . Paris.
- Quaintance Zack (2017). Data Can Help Local Governments Fight Corruption, Study Says. Government Technology, 22 March.
- SA News (2018). The 10 Biggest Complaints on South Africa's Anti-Corruption Hotline. Business Tech, 9 August.
- The Engine Room (2013). New Technologies against Petty Corruption: Tactics and Lessons from the 2012 International Anti-corruption Conference . United States.
- UNCAC Coalition (2019). Whistle-blowing and the UNCAC: Protecting people who report corruption . Vienna.
- United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) (2015). Resource Guide on Good Practices in the Protection of Reporting Persons . Vienna.
- University of Greenwich (2013). Whistleblowing: The Inside Story, A Study of the Experiences of 1,000 Whistleblowers . United Kingdom.
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