Ethical Climate, Motivation of Public Services and Machiavellianism in the Intent of E-Whistleblowing

Putu Diah Krisna Junitasari, Dodik Ariyanto

Abstract


This research was aims to examine the effects of ethical climate, public service motivation, and Machiavellianism on e-whistleblowing intentions. The data used are sourced from primary data with the research instrument using questionnaires. This study was conducted at the Denpasar City OPD with the concept of smart city. Smart city is an effort to realize the city as an engine of economic growth that is highly competitive, environmentally sustainable, and safe and comfortable for its citizens. The sample used in this study amounted to 72 samples of financial staff in Regional Operational Devices (OPD). Analysis of the data used in this study uses Partial Least Square (PLS). The results of this study indicate that ethical climate, public service motivation, and Machiavellianism have a positive effect on e-whistleblowing intentions.


Keywords


Ethical Climate; Motivating Public Services; Machiavellianism; E-Whistleblowing.

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