3 edition of The Internet and Telecommunications Policy found in the catalog.
September 1, 1996
by Lawrence Erlbaum
Written in English
|Contributions||Gerald W. Brock (Editor), Gregory L. Rosston (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||328|
Referency style In-text citations: Telecommunications Policy uses the APA Style of referencing. References should be cited in text with an author-date system, full publication information being listed alphabetically by author in the reference list. With a new preface for the paperback editionTelecommunications policy profoundly affects the economy and our everyday lives. Yet accounts of important telecommunications issues tend to be either superficial (and inaccurate) or mired in jargon and technical esoterica. In Digital Crossroads, Jonathan Nuechterlein and Philip Weiser offer a clear, balanced, and accessible analysis of competition.
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This book is based on the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference which reports on research into telecommunications policy issues. While the conference is now a respectable 23 years old The Internet and Telecommunications Policy: Selected Papers From the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference (LEA Telecommunications Series): Gerald W.
Brock, Gregory L. A collection of research reports on policy issues involving telecommunications, particularly the Internet. Until the s, it was presumed that technical change in most communications services could easily be monitored from centralized state and federal agencies.
This presumption was long outdated prior to the commercialization of The Internet and Telecommunications Policy book Internet.3/5(1). This book is based on the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference which reports on research into telecommunications policy issues.
While the conference is now a respectable 23 years old, this is only the second printed edition of selected papers. Telecommunications policy profoundly affects the economy and our everyday lives. Yet accounts of important telecommunications issues tend to be either superficial (and inaccurate) or mired in jargon and technical esoterica.
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This new book includes material from the authors' previous book, Telecommunications Law and Policy, which focused on the traditionally regulated fields of broadcast, telephony, and cable television, along with some materials on the Internet. Reflecting the importance of Internet platforms and questions of their regulation, the book has now been extensively updated with additional materials covering the Internet—and Format: Casebound.
This book is a political economy analysis of the policy and regulatory environment of Internet deployment in Ghana. It identifies three models of Internet deployment in Ghana; private-corporate, social-development, and regional-system : Kwasi Boateng.
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Telecommunications Policy is concerned with the impact of digitalization in the economy and society. The journal is multidisciplinary, encompassing conceptual, theoretical and empirical studies, quantitative as well as qualitative.
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CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a given year (e.g. ) to documents published in three previous calendar years (e.g. – 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14). The goal of telecommunications policy is to ensure a competitive and innovative telecommunications industry that meets the needs of Canadian consumers and businesses.
Telecommunications policy Communications is a multi-billion dollar industry in Canada, driving innovation, economic growth and connectedness across the country. Since the passage of the Telecommunications Act ofwhen Congress fundamentally reoriented the existing regulatory scheme, no book has cogently explained the intricacies of telecommunications competition policy in the Internet age for general readers, students, and practitioners alike.
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