- Modern Slavery,
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This data article details a systematic search on Lens.org, yielding documents related to "e-commerce AND modern slavery." Filtering for "journal articles" and "conference proceedings" resulted in a dataset available in CSV and BIBTEX formats. This resource enables comprehensive literature reviews, offering insights into the intersection of e-commerce and modern slavery, identifying existing research landscapes, potential gaps, and avenues for future exploration.
- Systematic search on Lens.org for documents linking e-commerce and modern slavery.
- Dataset availability in CSV and BIBTEX formats for comprehensive reviews.
- Highlights insights, gaps, and avenues for further exploration in this critical issue.
Keywords: e-commerce, modern slavery, data article, literature review, Lens.org
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