John Blenkinsopp
John Blenkinsopp
Oslo New University College (Norway) & Northumbria University (UK)
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Whistleblowing as planned behavior–A survey of South Korean police officers
H Park, J Blenkinsopp
Journal of business ethics 85 (4), 545-556, 2009
3932009
Cultural orientation and attitudes toward different forms of whistleblowing: A comparison of South Korea, Turkey, and the UK
H Park, J Blenkinsopp, MK Oktem, U Omurgonulsen
Journal of business ethics 82 (4), 929-939, 2008
3162008
The roles of transparency and trust in the relationship between corruption and citizen satisfaction
H Park, J Blenkinsopp
International Review of Administrative Sciences 77 (2), 254-274, 2011
3002011
Acceptability of workplace bullying: A comparative study on six continents
JL Power, CM Brotheridge, J Blenkinsopp, L Bowes-Sperry, N Bozionelos, ...
Journal of Business Research 66 (3), 374-380, 2013
2282013
Under-employment among recent graduates: a review of the literature
T Scurry, J Blenkinsopp
Personnel Review 40 (5), 643-659, 2011
1372011
Do organisational factors support creativity and innovation in Polish firms?
K Zdunczyk, J Blenkinsopp
European Journal of Innovation Management 10 (1), 25-40, 2007
1112007
Changes in Russian managerial values: a test of the convergence hypothesis?
Y Alexashin, J Blenkinsopp
The international Journal of Human Resource Management 16 (3), 427-444, 2005
832005
Lost in translation? Culture, language and the role of the translator in international business
J Blenkinsopp, MS Pajouh
critical perspectives on international business 6 (1), 38-52, 2010
772010
At the heart of things: The role of the “married” couple in entrepreneurship and family business
J Blenkinsopp, G Owens
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research 16 (5), 357-369, 2010
662010
Identity work in the transition from manager to management academic
J Blenkinsopp, B Stalker
Management Decision 42 (3/4), 418-429, 2004
642004
On not blowing the whistle: Quiescent silence as an emotion episode
J Blenkinsopp, MS Edwards
Research on emotion in organizations: Emotions, ethics and decision-making 4 …, 2008
572008
Exploring the associations of culture with careers and the mediating role of HR practices: A conceptual model
MMS Kats, IJ Hetty Van Emmerik, J Blenkinsopp, SN Khapova
Career Development International 15 (4), 401-418, 2010
542010
The Influence of an Observer’s Value Orientation and Personality Type on Attitudes Toward Whistleblowing
H Park, J Blenkinsopp, M Park
Journal of Business Ethics 120 (1), 121-129, 2014
532014
“Hey GRINGO!”: the HR challenge of graduates in non-graduate occupations
J Blenkinsopp, T Scurry
Personnel Review 36 (4), 623-637, 2007
492007
Critical Perspectives on Graduate Employability
C Burke, T Scurry, J Blenkinsopp, K Graley
Graduate Employability in Context, 87-107, 2017
462017
Evaluating a visual timeline methodology for appraisal and coping research
A Mazzetti, J Blenkinsopp
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 85 (4), 649-665, 2012
452012
The impact of ethics programmes and ethical culture on misconduct in public service organizations
H Park, J Blenkinsopp
International Journal of Public Sector Management 26 (7), 520-533, 2013
422013
Making sense of mistakes in managerial careers
J Blenkinsopp, K Zdunczyk
Career Development International 10 (5), 359-374, 2005
352005
External whistleblowers’ experiences of workplace bullying by superiors and colleagues
H Park, B Bjørkelo, J Blenkinsopp
Journal of Business Ethics 161 (3), 591-601, 2020
332020
Understanding the knowledge gaps in whistleblowing and speaking up in health care: narrative reviews of the research literature and formal inquiries, a legal analysis and …
R Mannion, J Blenkinsopp, M Powell, J McHale, R Millar, N Snowden, ...
Health Services and Delivery Research 6 (30), 2018
272018
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