Business Ethics 1 (4):248–256 (1992)
The traditional wisdom that auditor whistleblowing is disloyal and unprofessional is under pressure in the light of public concern and the public interest, but professional support is not keeping up and more European research is needed. The author is Whitbread Professor of Business Policy at Luton University College of Higher Education, and editor of Managerial Auditing Journal
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