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Key messages This article aims to understand the fragmentation in the global cybersecurity governance from an IPE perspective. The cybersecurity is assumed to be a ‘quasi-international public good’. Fragmentation is caused by the imbalance between supply and demand of this quasi-international public good. This imbalance can be understood from two aspects: supplier’s motivation and consumer’s selection criteria. Introduction With the rapid advancement of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, cyberspace has become a catalyst for global economic and

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, J. ( 2019a ) The United Kingdom’s Emerging Internet of Things (IoT) Policy Landscape, Rewired: Cybersecurity Governance , Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley , pp 37 – 56 , . Tanczer , L.M. , Patel , T. , Parkin , S. , Lopez-Neira , I. and Slupska , J. ( 2019b ) Written Submission to the Online Harms White Paper Consultation , London : University College London , . UCL

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