Issues and future directions in the regulation and technology of small business enterprises.
The papers in this edition of the Journal of Business Systems Governance and Ethics were initially presented at a conference that introduced the results of research conducted in two projects by the Governance Research Program of the Victoria Law School, Victoria University, into regulation and the use of information and communications technology (ICT) by small business.
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