These pages are dedicated to provide foundation aknowledge about concepts of Governance.

Table of Contents


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  • Brown, A. E. & Grant, G. G., 2005. Framing the frameworks: A review of IT governance research. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, Volume 12, p. 16.
  • Colley, J. L., 2005. What is Corporate Governance?. s.l.:s.n.
  • Cross, S. R., 2004. Corporate Governance, Information Technology and the Electronic Company in the United Kingdom. Information & Communications Technology Law, 12(2).
  • Fuch, C., 2002. Social Information and Self-Organisation. In: s.l.:s.n.
  • Fuchs, C., 2001. Structuration Theory and Self-Organisation. In: s.l.:s.n.
  • Fuchs, C., 2003. Some Implications of Pierre Boudieru’s Works fora Tehory of Socail Self-Organisation. In: s.l.:s.n.
  • Fuchs, C., Feb 2003. The Role of the Individual in the Social Informaion Process. MDPI, pp. 34-60.
  • Fuchs, C., Jan 2001. Concept of Social Self-Organisation. In: s.l.:s.n.
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  • Hufty, M., 2009. The Governance Analytical Framework.
  • ITGI, 1999. Control Objectives for Enterprise Governance.
  • ITGI, 2001. Board briefing on IT Governance.
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  • Klauninger, B., 2001. Causality and Emergence. In: Causality, Emergence and Self-Organisation.
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  • Oliveira, B. M., 2003. Etymologie du terme ‘gouvernance’.
  • O’Neil, M. et al., 2005. Changes in Wagering Within the Racing Industry, s.l.: s.n.
  • Ostarkov, N., 2005. Problems of Corporate Governance in Russia. International Affairs: A Russian Journal of World Politics, Diplomacy & International Relations, 51(2), p. 4.
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  • Shleifer, A. & Vishny, W., 1997. A survey on Corporate Governance. The Journal of Finance, 52(2).
  • Trites, G., 2004. Director Responsibility for IT Governance. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, 5(2), p. 11.
  • Ulyatt, C., 2000. Privatisation in Australia.
  • Van Grembergen, W., 2004. Strategies for information technology governance. s.l.:Idea Group Publishing.
  • Weill, P. & Ross, J. W., 2004. IT Governance on one page, s.l.: CISR.
  • Weill, P. & Woodham, R., 2002. Don’t Just Lead, Govern: Implementing Effective IT Governance. In: MIT Sloan management Review. s.l.:s.n.


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