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Rats or Do-Gooders

“Evidence suggests that society questions the legitimacy of whistleblowers, despite legal protections now in place in some countries,” says Hervé Stolowy, professor of accounting and management control at HEC Paris. Stolowy researched the topic with Yves Gendron, a professor of accounting from Université Laval in Québec, Canada; Jodie Moll, a senior lecturer at Alliance Manchester Business School in the U.K.; and Luc Paugam, an associate professor of accounting and management control at HEC Paris.