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Volume 15, issue 6, 1991

Network competition and value-added services: What should follow ONP? pp. 479-484 Downloads
Jonathan Sandbach
Telecommunications development in Asia-Pacific: The case for a new Australian role pp. 485-490 Downloads
Tony Stevenson
Digital audio broadcasting: Promises and policy issues in the USA pp. 491-496 Downloads
Ernest A. Hakanen
Telecommunications pricing and consumer expectations: The case of alternate operator services pp. 497-508 Downloads
Martin B. H. Weiss and C. Michael Lewis
Value-added services: Regulation and reality in the USA pp. 509-518 Downloads
Michael Dowling and Eberhard Witte
Cable television and competition: Theory, evidence and policy pp. 519-528 Downloads
Stanford L. Levin and John B. Meisel
Telecommunications infrastructure and economic growth: An analysis of causality pp. 529-535 Downloads
Francis J. Cronin, Edwin B. Parker, Elisabeth K. Colleran and Mark A. Gold
Dualism of communications in China pp. 536-544 Downloads
Paul S. N. Lee

Volume 15, issue 5, 1991

Open network architecture: Journey to an unknown destination? pp. 379-394 Downloads
D. G. Smith and D. C. Pitt
Competition for 800 service: An economic evaluation pp. 395-410 Downloads
David L. Kaserman and John Mayo
An analysis of policy options for high-definition television pp. 411-428 Downloads
David J. Schaefer and David Atkin
Local telecommunications competitors: Strategy and policy pp. 429-436 Downloads
Paul Teske and John Gebosky
Value-added services: Regulation and reality in the Federal Republic of Germany pp. 437-452 Downloads
Eberhard Witte and Michael Dowling
Strategic options for national monopolies in transition: The case of Swedish Telecom pp. 453-476 Downloads
Erik Bohlin and Ove Granstrand

Volume 15, issue 4, 1991

Introduction: Reorganizing the ITU pp. 267-270 Downloads
George A. Codding
Evolution of the ITU pp. 271-285 Downloads
George A. Codding
The ITU at the cusp of change pp. 286-297 Downloads
Anthony M. Rutkowski
The ITU in transition pp. 298-310 Downloads
Peter Cowhey and Jonathan D. Aronson
The role of the ITU in standardization: Pre-eminence, impotence or rubber stamp? pp. 311-321 Downloads
Stanley Besen and Joseph Farrell
Tilting towards a trade regime the ITU and the Uruguay round services negotiations pp. 323-342 Downloads
R. Brian Woodrow
Telecommunications in Africa the role of the ITU pp. 343-350 Downloads
Heather E. Hudson
The ITU's 'federal' structure pp. 351-363 Downloads
George A. Codding and Dan Gallegos
The high-level committee and the ITU in the 21st century pp. 365-371 Downloads
James Savage
The ITU in a time of change pp. 372-376 Downloads
Jonathan Solomon

Volume 15, issue 3, 1991

Information cities in Europe 1992 pp. 175-181 Downloads
Mark E. Hepworth
Broadband and the barriers to convergence in the European community pp. 182-194 Downloads
Nicholas Garnham and Geoff Mulgan
A private view of the digital world pp. 195-208 Downloads
Dan Schiller and RosaLinda Fregoso
Taking the long road to liberalization: Telecommunications reform in the Federal Republic of Germany pp. 209-222 Downloads
Susanne K. Schmidt
The effectiveness of low-income telephone assistance programmes: Southwestern Bell's experience pp. 223-240 Downloads
Thomas J. Makarewicz
Telecommunications in Nigeria pp. 241-247 Downloads
Raymond U. Akwule
Golden bird or white elephant?: Australia's Aussat satellite system pp. 248-262 Downloads
Allan Brown

Volume 15, issue 2, 1991

The international dimension of telecommunications policy issues pp. 95-100 Downloads
Peter Robinson
The future of AT&T Bell Labs and telecommunications research pp. 101-105 Downloads
A. Michael Noll
International telephone service imbalances: Accounting rates and regulatory policy pp. 107-118 Downloads
Ken Cheong and Mark Mullins
Universal service in post-divestiture USA pp. 119-128 Downloads
Herbert S. Dordick and Marilyn Diane Fife
Liberalizing the intra-EC long-distance market: Promotion competition in basic telephone services pp. 129-136 Downloads
Oliver Stehmann
Performance indicators for public telecommunications operators: Will they improve performance? pp. 137-150 Downloads
Patrick Xavier
Regulation of 976 services and dial-a-porn: Implications for the intelligent network pp. 151-164 Downloads
Rohan Samarajiva and Roopali Mukherjee
Public concern over privacy: the phone is the focus pp. 166-168 Downloads
James E. Katz

Volume 15, issue 1, 1991

Telecommunications policy in the UK: Myths and realities pp. 3-9 Downloads
David Gillick
Competition and choice in telecommunications: The Duopoly review consultative document pp. 10-14 Downloads
Roger Pye, Martin Heath, Gerry Spring and John Yeomans
EC decisions and directives on information technology and telecommunications pp. 15-21 Downloads
Bernard Delcourt
Growth explosion in international HF information broadcasting pp. 22-28 Downloads
James Wood
International telecommunications settlement arrangements: An unsustainable inheritance? pp. 29-48 Downloads
Henry Ergas and Paul Paterson
Changing markets and institutional inertia: A review of US telecommunications policy pp. 49-61 Downloads
Almarin Phillips
Orbit spectrum policy: Evaluating proposals and regimes for outer space pp. 63-74 Downloads
Ruth F. G. Hart
An application of stand-alone costs to the telecommunications industry pp. 75-84 Downloads
David Gabel

Volume 14, issue 6, 1990

European telecommunications environment in the 1990s pp. 451-456 Downloads
George K. Symeonidis
Public policy for fibre-to-the-home pp. 457-460 Downloads
Bruce L. Egan
International telecommunications around the world: A flow analysis pp. 461-475 Downloads
Aharon Kellerman
Improving development assistance for telecommunications pp. 476-487 Downloads
Ryota Ono
French and US videotex: Prospects for the electronic directory service pp. 489-504 Downloads
Michel Dupagne
Cost allocation and regulatory pricing in telecommunications: A UK case study pp. 505-520 Downloads
Martin Cave, Ken Lever, Roger Mills and Stephen Trotter
The European Telecommunications Standards Institute: A preliminary analysis pp. 521-530 Downloads
Stanley Besen

Volume 14, issue 5, 1990

WARC 92 The case for mobile satellites pp. 355-364 Downloads
Peter Poskett and Patrick McDougal
Universal telephone service in the UK: An agenda for policy research and action pp. 365-371 Downloads
Claire Milne
Caller-ID, privacy and social processes pp. 372-411 Downloads
James E. Katz
A public policy strategy for cable development: The experience of Hong Kong pp. 412-424 Downloads
Tuen-yu Lau and Thomas F. Baldwin
Rent-seeking in the telco/ cable cross-ownership controversy pp. 425-433 Downloads
Thomas W. Hazlett
The technological information pilot system: A multinational bridge across the South pp. 434-441 Downloads
Werner E. Breede

Volume 14, issue 4, 1990

The changing environment: Multidimensional issues pp. 275-278 Downloads
Richard E. Butler
Doing business in Europe pp. 279-282 Downloads
Keith E. Bernard
Conflicts in the development of broadband communications pp. 283-289 Downloads
E. Lera
Portuguese telecommunications and information technologies: Development and prospects pp. 290-302 Downloads
Donald Owen Case and Joel Hasse Ferreira
Towards greater competition in Singapore's telecommunications pp. 303-314 Downloads
Toh Mun Heng and Linda Low
The US cable communications act reconsidered pp. 315-323 Downloads
David J. Atkin and Michael Starr
Social aspects of telecommunications security policy pp. 324-332 Downloads
James E. Katz
The emerging market for 'faultless' telecommunications pp. 333-341 Downloads
Dennis L. Weisman
Horses for courses pp. 342-342 Downloads
J. M. Harper

Volume 14, issue 3, 1990

Telephone subsidization of rural areas in the USA pp. 183-188 Downloads
Joseph P. Fuhr
The Scottish highlands and islands initiative: An alternative model for development pp. 189-192 Downloads
John Taylor and Howard Williams
Information gaps in rural America: Telecommunications policies for rural development pp. 193-205 Downloads
Heather E. Hudson and Edwin B. Parker
Telecommunications in rural Europe: Economic implications pp. 207-222 Downloads
Suella Hansen, David Cleevely, Simon Wadsworth, Hilary Bailey and Oliver Bakewell
The origins of universal service: History as a determinant of telecommunications policy pp. 223-231 Downloads
Herbert S. Dordick
Global claim-staking and latecomer cost in the orbit spectrum resource pp. 233-248 Downloads
Harvey J. Levin
Global cooperation in an era of deregulation pp. 249-259 Downloads
Richard A. Gershon

Volume 14, issue 2, 1990

The Swedish road to liberalization pp. 94-98 Downloads
Bertil Thorngren
The UK duopoly review: Status and issues pp. 99-104 Downloads
Roger Pye
Divestiture and regulatory policies: Implications for research, development and innovation in the US telecommunications industry pp. 105-124 Downloads
Robert G. Harris
Natural monopoly and the deregulation of local telephone service pp. 125-138 Downloads
John T. Wenders
The Nice ITU plenipotentiary conference pp. 139-149 Downloads
George A. Codding
Information systems and society: Potential impacts of alternative structures pp. 151-158 Downloads
Benjamin J. Bates
Telecommunications policymaking in Japan: The 1980s and beyond pp. 159-168 Downloads
Akhavan-Majid, Roya
The development of a state telecommunications infrastructure: A survey of telephone companies and large users pp. 169-175 Downloads
Michael Dowling

Volume 14, issue 1, 1992

Should the UK play the ITU political game? pp. 3-5 Downloads
Jonathan Solomon
Economic aspects of telephone network development: The USSR plan pp. 7-14 Downloads
G. G. Kudriavtzev and L. E. Varakin
Evaluating Intelsat's performance and prospects: Conceptual paradigms and empirical investigations pp. 15-25 Downloads
Marcellus S. Snow
The role of Oftel pp. 26-51 Downloads
Peter Gist
Balancing the ex-Bell system companies: Changing the centre of gravity pp. 52-63 Downloads
Leonidas C. Charalambides, Robert L. Armacost and Daniel J. Koys
TDF issues: Hard choices for governments pp. 64-70 Downloads
Peter Robinson
Bypassing the local telephone company: The case of the electric utility industry pp. 71-77 Downloads
Fereidoon P. Sioshansi, Paul Baran and Spencer T. Carlisle
Future use of cellular technology: Some social implications pp. 78-84 Downloads
Jennifer Jarratt and Joseph F. Coates
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