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Design an Organizational Culture for Wikileaks

Wikileaks was founded in 2006 by Julian Assange as a platform for whistleblowers to share facts and information they believed the public should know. It was hailed as “a turning point in investigative journalism” and while their reason for existence was transparency, the culture of the organisation was not. Mcshane, Olekalns and Travaglione define organisational […]

Pages: 9 Words: 2574 Topics: Employment, Goal, Information, Organization, Organizational Culture, Transparency, Whistleblower

Rights to Anonymity in Cyber Crime

INTRODUCTION It is undeniable that in cyber world, everyone is able to create a number of personalities that no one could distinguish whether an identity is reliable or not; or, even leave a hole to cyber crimes to carry on internet frauds using different fake identities. Consequently, this circumstance might lead to much confusion and […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1556 Topics: Accountability, Computer Security, Cyber Crime, Cyber Security, Cyberspace, Government, Information, Transparency
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Fiscal Transparency, Political Parties, Abd Debt in OECD Countries

Abstract Many believe and argue that fiscal, or budgetary, transparency has large, positive effects on fiscal performance. However, the evidence linking transparency and fiscal policy outcomes is less compelling. To analyze the effects of fiscal transparency on public debt accumulation, we present a career-concerns model with political parties. This allows us to integrate as implications […]

Pages: 7 Words: 1992 Topics: Economy, Fiscal Policy, Government, Political Parties, Political Science, Transparency

Self-Initiated Piece on 2 South African Law Articles

Article 1: Passing of the controversial Secrecy Bill This is an article on the passing of the Secrecy Bill which denies the media the right to access some information of the government. As per the critics, this is a bill that promotes corruption of the government as most of the information would be sealed (1). […]

Pages: 2 Words: 553 Topics: Cannabis, Corruption, Ethical Principles, Government, Justice, Social Institutions, Transparency
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