Regulation and Accountability in Digital Business (Routledge, 2021)

This monograph explores the ways that regulators have responded to new digital products, new inputs and processes, new markets, and new business models and commercial arrangements. It provides a comparative analyse of regulatory responses in common law countries and considers the implications for commercial and professional accountability. This book explores, from a legal perspective, the way that regulation and accountability have been shaped by the digital age. 

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Dr Philippa Ryan; Dr Aaron Lane (RMIT University)

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