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Volume 23, issue 10-11, 1999

OECD regulatory and statistical update pp. 683-686 Downloads
Sam Paltridge
A word about Internet statistics pp. 687-688 Downloads
Hendrik Rood
Mapping information industries and markets pp. 689-699 Downloads
John W. Houghton
Weaving the Western Web: explaining differences in Internet connectivity among OECD countries pp. 701-718 Downloads
Eszter Hargittai
The diffusion of interactive communication innovations and the critical mass: the adoption of telecommunications services by German banks pp. 719-740 Downloads
Alwin Mahler and Everett M. Rogers
Impact of telecommuting on mass transit congestion: the Tokyo case pp. 741-751 Downloads
Hitoshi Mitomo and Toshiya Jitsuzumi
Electronic money: understanding its use to increase the effectiveness of policy pp. 753-773 Downloads
Supriya Singh
Policy globalization and the "information society": a view from Canada pp. 775-791 Downloads
Bram Dov Abramson and Marc Raboy

Volume 23, issue 9, 1999

Institutional endowment as foundation for regulatory performance and regime transitions: the role of the US constitution in telecommunications regulation in the United States pp. 607-623 Downloads
Barbara A. Cherry and Steve S. Wildman
The case for a more binding WTO agreement on regulatory principles in telecommunication markets pp. 625-644 Downloads
Fredebeul-Krein, Markus and Andreas Freytag
Auctions for universal service obligations pp. 645-674 Downloads
Dennis Weller

Volume 23, issue 7-8, 1999

An investment view of mobile telecommunications in the European Union pp. 521-538 Downloads
Harald Gruber
Pricing calls to mobiles: analysis of the UK Monopolies & Mergers Commission Reports on mobile termination charges pp. 539-555 Downloads
Pietro Crocioni and Cento Veljanovski
Sovereignty and universal service: sacred cows in the satellite industry pp. 557-568 Downloads
David Wright
Spectrum use and carrier costs: a critical trade-off pp. 569-584 Downloads
Alex Hills and Hung Yao Yeh
Mobile cellular communications in the Southern African region pp. 585-593 Downloads
Michael Minges

Volume 23, issue 6, 1999

Alternative regulation and the efficiency of local exchange carriers: evidence from the Ameritech states pp. 469-480 Downloads
Trevor R. Roycroft
Access issues: Operational Support Systems and regulation pp. 481-493 Downloads
Maria Michalis
Network policy formation between idealist and strategic models: a political economy perspective from Turkey pp. 495-511 Downloads
Haluk Geray

Volume 23, issue 5, 1999

Tradable universal service obligations pp. 363-374 Downloads
Jon M. Peha
Local exchange competition in early US network development: considerations for developing countries pp. 375-387 Downloads
Krishna P. Jayakar
Korean telecom policy in global competition: implications for developing countries pp. 389-401 Downloads
Daiwon Hyun and John A. Lent
Adding the missing user to policy discourse: understanding US user telephone privacy concerns pp. 403-435 Downloads
Brenda Dervin and Peter Shields
The long-run diffusion and techno-economic performance of national telephone networks: a case study of Ireland, 1922-1998 pp. 437-457 Downloads
Roderick Flynn and Paschal Preston

Volume 23, issue 3-4, 1999

The impact of ICT convergence on development in the Asian region pp. 217-234 Downloads
Meheroo Jussawalla
ICT and economic development in Taiwan: analysis of the evidence pp. 235-243 Downloads
Eunice Hsiao-hui Wang
One country, two systems: contrasting approaches to telecommunications deregulation in Hong Kong China pp. 245-260 Downloads
Xu Yan and Douglas C. Pitt
Regulating China's Internet: convergence toward a coherent regulatory regime pp. 261-276 Downloads
Zixiang (Alex) Tan
Regulating network communication in Asia: a different balancing act? pp. 277-287 Downloads
Georgette Wang
Liberalisation policy, industry structure and productivity changes in Korea's telecommunications industry pp. 289-306 Downloads
Chang-Ho Yoon
Where are the Japanese? Japanese information and communications firms in an internetworked world pp. 317-333 Downloads
Martin Fransman
APEC: steps to harmonising regional telecom policy pp. 335-344 Downloads
Kenji Saga

Volume 23, issue 2, 1999

Re-forming the state: telecom liberalization in India pp. 105-128 Downloads
Anupama Dokeniya
Promoting effective competition through interconnection policy pp. 129-145 Downloads
Carlos Lapuerta and William B. Tye
Open doors and open questions: interpreting the results of the 1998 ITU Minneapolis Plenipotentiary Conference pp. 147-158 Downloads
Donald J. MacLean
The rise of consortia in the information and communication technology industries: emerging implications for policy pp. 159-173 Downloads
Richard Hawkins
Terrestrial digital broadcasting: convergence and its regulatory implications pp. 175-199 Downloads
Reza Tadayoni and Knud Erik Skouby

Volume 23, issue 1, 1999

Telecom reform: progress and prospects pp. 7-34 Downloads
William H. Melody
Information and communication technologies for development: assessing the potential and the risks pp. 35-50 Downloads
Robin Mansell
Preparing for the next revolution in telecommunications: implementing the WTO agreement pp. 51-63 Downloads
Pekka Tarjanne
Telecommunications productivity, catch-up and innovation pp. 65-81 Downloads
Gary Madden and Scott J. Savage
Convergence and unbundling of corporate R&D in telecommunications: is software taking the helm? pp. 83-93 Downloads
P. M. Rao

Volume 22, issue 11, 1998

FCC benchmarks and the reform of the international telecommunications market pp. 899-911 Downloads
Peter Cowhey
Using call-back to demonstrate the discriminatory nature of the proportionate return rule pp. 913-930 Downloads
Mark Scanlan
Internet telephony and the international accounting rate system pp. 931-944 Downloads
Robin Mason
Distinctive arrangements for international interconnection? pp. 945-951 Downloads
Douglas A Galbi
Interconnection in international telecommunications: An empirical investigation of United States settlement rates pp. 953-961 Downloads
Gary Madden and Scott J Savage
Falling through the cracks: International accounting rate reform at the ITU and WTO pp. 963-975 Downloads
Rob Frieden

Volume 22, issue 10, 1998

Corporations vs. communities: Evolution of wireless services in the US and the devolution of local control pp. 791-795 Downloads
Rg Lentz
International economic relationships in telecommunications: A painful transformation pp. 797-816 Downloads
Michael Tyler and Susan Bednarczyk
Convergence and new regulatory frameworks: A comparative study of regulatory approaches to Internet telephony pp. 817-838 Downloads
R Ono and K Aoki
A dynamic universal service for a heterogenous European Union pp. 839-852 Downloads
Thomas Hart
Vanitas vanitatum: Alphanumeric use of service numbers pp. 853-861 Downloads
Nico van Eijk
A robust methodology for setting tariffs pp. 863-874 Downloads
Jt Buchanan
Pricing policy and regulation in the Greek telecommunications market pp. 875-881 Downloads
Demetrius Yannelis

Volume 22, issue 9, 1998

Fast Internet: An analysis about capacities, price structures and government intervention pp. 745-755 Downloads
Rudolf Pospischil
The Finnish telecommunications market: Advantage of local access incumbency pp. 757-773 Downloads
Pm Nattermann and Dd Murphy
Stages of universal service policy pp. 775-780 Downloads
Claire Milne
Lifestyles and the use of new media technology in urban China pp. 781-790 Downloads
Louis Leung

Volume 22, issue 8, 1998

The future of telecommunications operator alliances pp. 635-641 Downloads
J Monlouis
Towards next generation regulation pp. 643-659 Downloads
D Ypsilanti and P Xavier
An alternative approach to allocate universal service obligations pp. 661-669 Downloads
Lorenz Nett
Regulatory reform of telecommunications in Switzerland pp. 671-680 Downloads
Stefan Bühler
International telephony revenue settlement reform pp. 681-696 Downloads
Andreas Thuswaldner
The political economy of the Korean telecommunications reform pp. 697-711 Downloads
Sung Gul Hong
The development of information infrastructure in Hong Kong pp. 713-725 Downloads
Pun-Lee Lam

Volume 22, issue 7, 1998

Internet telephony: Costs, pricing, and policy pp. 555-569 Downloads
Lee W McKnight and Brett Leida
The EU regulatory framework in telecommunications: A critical analysis pp. 571-592 Downloads
T Kiessling and Y Blondeel
Duopoly and competition: The case of American cellular telephone pp. 593-607 Downloads
Hugh S Fullerton
ISDN services in Greece: Current status and future prospects pp. 609-615 Downloads
Helen Gaglia and Demetrius Yannelis
The Iowa communications network: The policy implications of publicly funded infrastructure pp. 617-627 Downloads
Dom Caristi

Volume 22, issue 6, 1998

European mediamatics policies: Coping with convergence and globalization pp. 457-466 Downloads
Michael Latzer
Competition aspects of pricing access to networks: What are the issues? pp. 467-470 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
Change, politics and determinist economics in Europe pp. 471-482 Downloads
Jbk Rickford
The licensing of telecommunication suppliers: Beyond the EU's Directive pp. 483-492 Downloads
Patrick Xavier
Impacts of the 1996 Telecommunications Act on the US model of telecommunications policy pp. 493-517 Downloads
M Cimatoribus, A De Tommaso and P Neri
Albanian telecommunication reform: The road less travelled pp. 519-539 Downloads
Niall Levine, Mimosa Manxhari and Doug Pitt
Regional universal telecommunication service provisions in the US: Efficiency versus penetration pp. 541-553 Downloads
Mustafa Dinc, Kingsley E Haynes, Roger R Stough and Serdar Yilmaz

Volume 22, issue 4-5, 1998

Telecom liberalization and competition in developing countries pp. 259-265 Downloads
Th Chowdary
The European Commission and the satellite industry combine forces to open markets pp. 267-272 Downloads
David Wright
A charter for the Internet pp. 273-279 Downloads
Klaus W Grewlich
Universal service and Internet commercialization: Chasing two rabbits at the same time pp. 281-288 Downloads
Jae-Young Kim
Price discount schemes and inter-country comparisons of telecommunication tariffs pp. 289-314 Downloads
Patrick Xavier
The role of resale entry in promoting local exchange competition pp. 315-326 Downloads
Thomas Beard, David L Kaserman and John Mayo
Internet dropouts in the USA: The invisible group pp. 327-339 Downloads
James E Katz and Philip Aspden
Telecommunications in Mexico pp. 341-357 Downloads
Adrian E Gonzalez, Amar Gupta and Sawan Deshpande
Was PLDT a natural monopoly?: An economic analysis of pre-reform Philippine telecoms pp. 359-370 Downloads
Ramonette B. Serafica
Policy issues for cable startup in smaller countries: The case in South Korea pp. 371-381 Downloads
Hyuhn-Suhck Bae and Thomas F Baldwin
Back to the future: Digital television and convergence in the United Kingdom pp. 383-396 Downloads
Richard Collins
Social movement in Telecommunications: Rethinking the public service history of US telecommunications 1894-1919 pp. 397-408 Downloads
Dan Schiller
Government assessment of FCC performance: Recurring patterns and implications for recent reform efforts pp. 409-418 Downloads
Philip M Napoli
Competition between regional standards and the success and failure of firms in the world-wide mobile communication market pp. 419-441 Downloads
Jefrey L Funk
Policy evolution in the information economy: An assessment of the Victoria 21 strategy pp. 443-452 Downloads
Stephen Braim

Volume 22, issue 3, 1998

Convergence between telecommunications and other media: How should regulation adapt? pp. 163-170 Downloads
Colin R Blackman
Free and equal access: In search of policy models for converging communication systems pp. 171-181 Downloads
Jan van Cuilenburg and Pascal Verhoest
Communications infrastructure regulation and the distribution of control over content pp. 183-196 Downloads
Yochai Benkler
The impact of convergence on regulatory policy in Europe pp. 197-205 Downloads
Bernard Clements
Competition or regulation for multimedia? pp. 207-218 Downloads
Paul Nihoul
EC competition law and the convergence of the telecommunications and broadcasting sectors pp. 219-242 Downloads
Pierre Larouche
The proceduralization of telecommunications law pp. 243-254 Downloads
Colin Scott
Convergence and proceduralisation: Generalisation vs contextualisation? pp. 255-258 Downloads
Louis-Léon Christians

Volume 22, issue 2, 1998

The battle over Internet domain names: Global or national TLDs? pp. 89-107 Downloads
Milton L Mueller
Competition in UK mobile communications pp. 109-131 Downloads
Tommaso Valletti and Martin Cave
That pesky last mile: Call termination strategies for mobile satellite systems pp. 133-143 Downloads
Rob Frieden
An assessment of Thailand's new telecommunications plan pp. 145-155 Downloads
Robert Cairns and Deunden Nikomborirak
Trust on the Internet pp. 159-160 Downloads
Alicia Clegg

Volume 22, issue 1, 1998

A pan-European telecommunications regulator? pp. 1-7 Downloads
John Worthy and Rohan Kariyawasam
Politics and economics of telecom liberalization in India pp. 9-22 Downloads
Th Chowdary
Consumer spending behavior and telecommunications services. A multi-method inquiry pp. 23-46 Downloads
Carl E Batt and James E Katz
The costs of competition. FCC Telecommunication Orders of 1997 pp. 47-56 Downloads
A Michael Noll
Universal service and the Telecommunications Act of 1996. The fact after the act pp. 57-71 Downloads
James Prieger
Local number portability and local loop competition. Critical issues pp. 73-87 Downloads
Thomas H Reinke
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