Publications:
Globalised Information: Can the Law Cope?

Information is becoming an important asset of organisations, but there are concerns that the existing laws may be unable to provide the necessary protection against unauthorised acquisition, use or disclosure. As well, our legal systems are essentially state-based and may not be applicable when unauthorised activities occur across different jurisdictions. This article examines situations where legal protection of information has been available to organisations and individuals in different jurisdictions and explores the issue of whether the law can cope in a globalised society.

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Culture and Attitudes Fostering Entrepreneurship: How does Australia Compare?

A comparison of the culture and attitudes of Australians with those of ten other countries on five dimensions held to drive entrepreneurial performance.

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Participation of Women in the Knowledge Economy: Entrepreneurial Activities and Inventions

This paper explores participation of women in new venture creation and invention in Australia over the last five years in science and technology.

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Strategy, Planning, Quality: Well done is Better than well Said: Strategic Planning in the Australian Higher Education Sector

Considering improved approaches to strategy, planning and quality in Australian Universities.

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