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Volume 43, issue 8, 2019

Club convergence and drivers of digitalization across Indian states pp. - Downloads
Subhasis Bera
Disclaiming responsibility: How platforms deadlocked the Federal Election Commission's efforts to regulate digital political advertising pp. - Downloads
Katherine Haenschen and Jordan Wolf
Nexus between telecommunication infrastructures, economic growth and development in Africa: Panel vector autoregression (P-VAR) analysis pp. - Downloads
Oladipo Olalekan David
The persistence of broadband user behavior: Implications for universal service and competition policy pp. - Downloads
Andre Boik, Shane Greenstein and Jeffrey Prince
Path dependencies versus efficiencies in regulation: Evidence from “old” and “new” broadband markets in the EU pp. - Downloads
Wolfgang Briglauer, Enrico Maria Camarda and Ingo Vogelsang
Who replies to consultations, and what do they say? The case of broadband universal service in the UK pp. - Downloads
Volker Stocker and Jason Whalley
The Federal Communications Commission's rural infrastructure auction: What is hidden in the weeds? pp. - Downloads
Victor Glass and Timothy Tardiff

Volume 43, issue 7, 2019

Evaluating the efficiency change and productivity progress of the top global telecom operators since OTT's prevalence pp. - Downloads
Chun-Mei Chen
An evaluation of the Connected Nation broadband adoption program pp. - Downloads
Jacob Manlove and Brian Whitacre
A business case for 5G mobile broadband in a dense urban area pp. - Downloads
Juan Rendon Schneir, Ade Ajibulu, Konstantinos Konstantinou, Julie Bradford, Gerd Zimmermann, Heinz Droste and Rafael Canto
The Bedouin divide pp. - Downloads
Abu-Kaf, Ghalia, Amit Schejter and Muhammad Abu Jafar
Consumer protection in the telecommunication sector: A comparative institutional analysis of five African countries pp. - Downloads
Hilda Jacob Mwakatumbula, Goodiel Charles Moshi and Hitoshi Mitomo
Determinants of mobile phone ownership in Nigeria pp. - Downloads
Ivan Forenbacher, Siniša Husnjak, Ivan Cvitić and Ivan Jovović

Volume 43, issue 6, 2019

The importance of internal alignment in smart city initiatives: An ecosystem approach pp. 485-500 Downloads
Ivette M.F. Oomens and Bert M. Sadowski
Room for improvement: Why Korea's leading ICT ODA program has failed to combat corruption pp. 501-519 Downloads
James Christopher Schopf
WiFi4EU: Techno-economic analysis of a key European Commission initiative for public connectivity pp. 520-530 Downloads
Navío-Marco, Julio, Arévalo-Aguirre, Adrian and Pérez-Leal, Raquel
Technology neutrality: Exploring the interaction between International Mobile Telecommunication and national spectrum management policies pp. 531-548 Downloads
El-Moghazi, Mohamed, Jason Whalley and James Irvine
E-health/m-health adoption and lifestyle improvements: Exploring the roles of technology readiness, the expectation-confirmation model, and health-related information activities pp. 563-575 Downloads
Louis Leung and Cheng Chen
eHealth in Egypt: The demand-side perspective of implementing electronic health records pp. 576-594 Downloads
Mona Badran

Volume 43, issue 5, 2019

The European digital single market strategy: Local indicators of spatial association 2011–2016 pp. 393-410 Downloads
Sebastian Uljas Lutz
Governance and social media in African countries: An empirical investigation pp. 411-425 Downloads
Simplice Asongu and Nicholas Odhiambo
Switching mobile operators: Evidence about consumers’ behavior from a longitudinal survey pp. 426-433 Downloads
García-Mariñoso, Begoña and David Suárez
What roles should the government play in fostering the advancement of the internet of things? pp. 434-444 Downloads
Gwanhoo Lee
Are social media companies motivated to be good corporate citizens? Examination of the connection between corporate social responsibility and social media safety pp. 445-460 Downloads
Jennifer Grygiel and Nina Brown
Race, ethnicity, and telecommunications policy issues of access and representation: Centering communities of color and their concerns pp. 461-473 Downloads
Rachel E. Moran and Matthew N. Bui
The internet-growth link: An examination of studies with conflicting results and new evidence on the network effect pp. 474-483 Downloads
Khuong M. Vu

Volume 43, issue 4, 2019

Pricing of mobile phone attributes at the retail level in a developing country: Hedonic analysis pp. 299-309 Downloads
Waseem Ahmad, Tanvir Ahmed and Bashir Ahmad
Welfare effects of switching barriers through permanence clauses: Evidence from the mobiles market in Colombia pp. 310-323 Downloads
Natalia Serna, Alvaro Riascos and Juan David Martin
Global discourse on ICT and the shaping of ICT policy in developing countries pp. 324-338 Downloads
Payam Hanafizadeh, Bayan Khosravi and Kambiz Badie
Quality-adjusted international price comparisons of mobile telecommunications services pp. 339-352 Downloads
Seong Hun Yun, Yongjae Kim and Minki Kim
Technology, education, and economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 353-360 Downloads
Donou-Adonsou, Ficawoyi
Fueling investments - The effect of the Agreement on Basic Telecommunications pp. 361-379 Downloads
Felicitas R. Eckebrecht
The reluctant regulator: The Rural Utilities Service and American broadband policy pp. 380-392 Downloads
Christopher Ali and Mark Duemmel

Volume 43, issue 3, 2019

Ultra-fast broadband investment and adoption: A survey pp. 183-198 Downloads
Laura Abrardi and Carlo Cambini
A new direction for the net neutrality debate pp. 199-212 Downloads
Victor Glass and Timothy Tardiff
Obtaining indirect internet access: An examination how reasons for internet non-use relate to proxy internet use pp. 213-224 Downloads
Darja Grošelj, Bianca C. Reisdorf and Andraž Petrovčič
Rollout and regulation of Fibre-To-The-Premises networks. Insights from the Spanish case pp. 225-237 Downloads
Zoraida Frias and Jorge Pérez Martínez
Lopsided effects of telecom reforms on mobile markets in the enlarged EU: Evidence from dynamic quantile model pp. 238-261 Downloads
Chiraz Karamti
An analysis of the disruptive impact of the entry of Free Mobile into the French mobile telecommunications market pp. 262-277 Downloads
Michel Berne, Pierre Vialle and Jason Whalley
The rural telecommuter surplus in Southwestern Ontario, Canada pp. 278-286 Downloads
Helen Hambly and Lee, Jamie (Donghoon)
Diffusion of mobile telephony: Analysis of determinants in Cameroon pp. 287-298 Downloads
Bidiasse Honoré

Volume 43, issue 2, 2019

Proposals for a digital industrial policy for Europe pp. 116-127 Downloads
Harald Gruber
Bagging bundle benefits in broadband and media mergers: Lessons from Sky/Vodafone for antitrust analysis pp. 128-139 Downloads
Bronwyn E. Howell and Petrus H. Potgieter
The impacts of technology platform openness on application developers’ intention to continuously use a platform: From an ecosystem perspective pp. 140-153 Downloads
Goya Choi, Changi Nam and Seongcheol Kim
Internet of Things, big data and the economics of networked vehicles pp. 171-181 Downloads
Günter Knieps

Volume 43, issue 1, 2019

Has Europe missed the endgame of telecommunications policy? pp. 1-10 Downloads
Ingo Vogelsang
Effects of broadband availability on total factor productivity in service sector firms: Evidence from Ireland pp. 11-22 Downloads
Stefanie Haller and Sean Lyons
A dynamic policy license for flexible spectrum management pp. 23-37 Downloads
Martin Saint and Timothy X Brown
Legal separation of BT: A necessary incentive for investment? pp. 38-49 Downloads
Richard Cadman
Closing information asymmetries: A scale agnostic approach for exploring equity implications of broadband provision pp. 50-66 Downloads
Tony Grubesic, Edward Helderop and Tooran Alizadeh
Reforming the lifeline program: Regulatory federalism in action? pp. 67-75 Downloads
Krishna Jayakar and Eun-A Park
Understanding the trend to mobile-only internet connections:A decomposition analysis pp. 76-87 Downloads
Jacob Manlove and Brian Whitacre
Information communications technology and economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa: A panel data approach pp. 88-99 Downloads
Girmay Giday Haftu
Models for individual adoption of eCommerce, eBanking and eGovernment in Spain pp. 100-111 Downloads
Garín-Muñoz, Teresa, Rafael López, Pérez-Amaral, Teodosio, Iñigo Herguera and Angel Valarezo
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