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|Title:||To blow or not to Blow: An experimental study on the intention to whistleblow on software piracy|
|Keywords:||Behavioral reasoning theory|
|Citation:||Oh, L.-B., Teo, H.-H. (2010). To blow or not to Blow: An experimental study on the intention to whistleblow on software piracy. Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce 20 (4) : 347-369. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1080/10919392.2010.516639|
|Abstract:||Using the Behavioral Reasoning Theory, we examine the factors that determine individuals' attitudes toward and intentions to whistleblow on the use of pirated software. A scenario-based experiment was conducted to investigate the effects of the relationship between the potential whistleblower and wrongdoing party as well as the monetary incentive and the level of legal protection provided to the whistleblowers. Results suggest that the relationship with the company and legal protection had moderating effects on the relationship between whistleblowing attitude and intention. The study provides theoretical understanding regarding whistleblowing behavior in the context of software piracy as well as numerous managerial implications for the stakeholders of the software industry. © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.|
|Source Title:||Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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