Cyber Law and Cyber Security in Developing and Emerging Economies

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2010 - Law - 239 pages
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This timely and important book illuminates the impact of cyber law on the growth and development of emerging and developing economies. Using a strong theoretical framework firmly grounded in resource-based and technology diffusion literature, the authors
 

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Contents

1 Establishing the context
1
2 Security and trust in cyber space
30
3 Resource based view and theory
82
4 Methodology and development of hypotheses
127
5 Data collection and empirical results
169
6 Conclusion recommendations and future research
213
Index
237
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ZEINAB KARAKE-SHALHOUB is Associate Dean of the School of Business and Management at American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. She is also Professor of Management Systems. Before joining AUS, she was a professor at Catholic University of America (1989-1998) and at George Washington University (1996-1989), both in Washington, D.C. She is the North American editor of "Management Decision Journal" and "Logistics Information Management Journal". She is the author of "Downsizing, Discrimination, and Corporate Social Responsibility" (Quorum Books, 1999), "Information Technology and Management Control: An Agency Theory Perspective" (Praeger Publishers, 1992), and "Technology and Developing Economies: The Impact of Eastern European Versus Western Technology Transfer" (Praeger Publishers, 1990).

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