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Whistleblowers: Speaking Up or Speaking Out?

Whistleblowers: Speaking Up or Speaking Out?

by Starling Insights

Starling Insights Editorial Board

Feb 09, 2022


At a time when regulators and employers are increasingly relying on whistleblowers to prevent and investigate fraud, there's little understanding about the risks employees face when they step forward. Aiyesha Dey and Jonas Heese, both professors at Harvard Business School, studied the experiences of some 2,400 whistleblowers who had filed lawsuits under the False Claims Act (U.S.).

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