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Volume 9, issue 4, 1985

Mixed planning approach at Geneva pp. 270-272 Downloads
Heather Hudson
Setting technical standards for improved communication flows pp. 273-275 Downloads
Ruben Näslund
Implications of deregulating satellite communications pp. 276-280 Downloads
Lee McKnight
Regulation to deregulation: the telecommunications sector and industrialization: Evidence from the Pacific rim and basin pp. 281-290 Downloads
Marcellus S. Snow
DBS systems: Perspectives from a profit seeking company pp. 291-300 Downloads
Ernesto R. Martin
Pay television in Australia: An application of functional measurement to telecommunications demand forecasting pp. 301-309 Downloads
L. W. Johnson, B. J. Buchanan and F. J. Crittle
Telecommunications, trade and TDF pp. 310-318 Downloads
Peter Robinson
Predatory pricing and foreclosure in telecommunications pp. 319-328 Downloads
Steven Globerman
Predatory pricing and foreclosure in Canadian telecommunications pp. 329-333 Downloads
Robert E. Babe
Copyright issues for home videotaping pp. 334-350 Downloads
Carolyn Lin

Volume 9, issue 3, 1985

The new communication age in Japan pp. 182-184 Downloads
Moriya Koyama
Financing and other issues in telecommunications development pp. 185-188 Downloads
Edwin B. Parker
Usage sensitivity and priority coding: a flexible approach to telecommunications pricing pp. 189-190 Downloads
Joseph P. Fuhr
Regulatory issues in regional satellite communications: Towards a USA - Mexico bilateral agreement pp. 191-202 Downloads
Jorge Valerdi
Deregulation is politicization pp. 203-214 Downloads
Jeremy Tunstall
Competition and performance in the UK telecommunications industry pp. 215-228 Downloads
James Foreman-Peck
National telecommunications planning in Brazil pp. 229-239 Downloads
Raul Antonio Del Fiol and JoséEugênio Guisard Ferraz
Telecommunications and economic development in Singapore pp. 240-244 Downloads
Huey-tsyh Chen and Eddie C.Y. Kuo
Changing dynamics of the overseas marketplace for TV programming: The rise of international co-production pp. 245-261 Downloads
Jean-Luc Renaud and Barry R. Litman

Volume 9, issue 2, 1985

The missing link: a political hot potato pp. 90-92 Downloads
Jonathan Solomon
Privatization of Japanese telecommunications pp. 93-95 Downloads
Kunji Maeda
WARC-ORB-85: Guaranteeing access to the geostationary orbit pp. 97-108 Downloads
Mahindra Naraine
Freedom of access to the radio spectrum for satellite communications pp. 109-120 Downloads
David Withers
Latecomer cost handicap in satellite communications pp. 121-135 Downloads
Harvey J. Levin
Research and development policy in the USA: Implications for satellite communications pp. 137-144 Downloads
Fred W. Weingarten and Charles K. Wilk
The diffusion of new telecommunication technologies pp. 145-158 Downloads
John Carey and Mitchell L. Moss
Rural telephone in Indonesia and Thailand: Social and economic benefits pp. 159-169 Downloads
Godwin C. Chu, Chote Srivisal, Alfian and Boonlert Supadhiloke
Project evaluation techniques for investment in LDCs pp. 170-171 Downloads
Christopher W. Nordlinger

Volume 9, issue 1, 1985

Information technology comes home pp. 3-22 Downloads
Walter S. Baer
Access to information resources: The developmental context of the space WARC pp. 23-30 Downloads
Heather E. Hudson
Reform of telecommunications regulation in Japan and Canada pp. 31-40 Downloads
H. Janisch and Y. Kurisaki
Videotex for news and business data: Comparison of user response to two information retrieval applications pp. 41-48 Downloads
James S. Ettema
Direct broadcasting by satellite in the USA: Interim regulations and implications pp. 49-61 Downloads
James C. Hsiung
Media diversity and communications policy: Impact of VCRs and satellite TV pp. 63-73 Downloads
Christine L. Ogan
ISDN for West Germany pp. 77-78 Downloads
Rolf T. Wigand
US international telecommunications goals pp. 78-80 Downloads
Mahindra Naraine

Volume 8, issue 4, 1984

Deregulation in Australia, by design or default pp. 267-270 Downloads
Ian Reinecke and Julianne Schultz
Telephone and cable companies: Rivals or partners in video distribution? pp. 271-289 Downloads
Walter S. Baer
Regulatory options for cable TV in the UK pp. 290-306 Downloads
Cento Veljanovski
Telemedicine: an historical perspective pp. 307-313 Downloads
Chris Higgins, Earl Dunn and David Conrath
Demand for sex-oriented cable TV in the USA: Community acceptance and obscenity law pp. 314-320 Downloads
Michael O. Wirth, Thomas F. Baldwin and Jayne Zenaty
A behavioural measure of information work pp. 321-334 Downloads
Jorge Reina Schement and Leah Lievrouw
The use of telephones in Sri Lanka pp. 335-338 Downloads
Mitsuhiro Kojina, Junichiro Hoken and Masaru Saito

Volume 8, issue 3, 1984

Creating a convivial communications society pp. 170-172 Downloads
Lorne Peterson
Appropriate telecommunications for economic development pp. 173-177 Downloads
Edwin B. Parker
London calling: A policy for telecommunications after privatization pp. 178-180 Downloads
Gareth Locksley
Financing telecommunications for rural development pp. 181-203 Downloads
Douglas Goldschmidt
Global competition and EEC policy in telecommunications: An Italian perspective pp. 205-212 Downloads
Luigi Montella
The future role of international telecommunications institutions pp. 213-221 Downloads
Jonathan Solomon
Technology and policy in cable TV development in the UK pp. 223-235 Downloads
Michael Gibbons, Jill Hartley, Janet Evans, John Metcalfe and Jonathan Simnett
The economic implications of satellite technology and the industrialization of space pp. 237-248 Downloads
Meheroo Jussawalla
Local measured telephone service in the USA: A quantitative analysis pp. 249-255 Downloads
Patricia L. Pacey and Larry Singell
The Maitland commission pp. 256-257 Downloads
John Edmondson and oManaging Editor

Volume 8, issue 2, 1984

Telecommunications for development: findings of the ITU-OECD project pp. 83-88 Downloads
Nicolas Jéquier
Doctrine, decision and development in international telecommunications pp. 89-92 Downloads
Henry M. Boettriger
Regulation of the Canadian cable industry: A comparative analysis pp. 93-106 Downloads
Janay Collins and Barry R. Litman
Telecommunications policy-making in New Zealand during the last two decades pp. 107-126 Downloads
Graham A. Wagner
Assimilating social values in computer-based technologies pp. 127-147 Downloads
Rob Kling
Regional structure and telecommunications planning pp. 149-161 Downloads
David Cleevely
Regional structure and telecommunications planning pp. 162-163 Downloads
Geoffrey Walsham
Broadening the discussion pp. 162-162 Downloads
Heather E. Hudson
Deregulation in Hong Kong pp. 165-166 Downloads
Anthony Newstead

Volume 8, issue 1, 1984

The UNESCO fiasco pp. 2-2 Downloads
Charles Jonscher
Standard setting in international telecommunications pp. 3-6 Downloads
L. Burtz and E. Hummel
Will choice be extended by cable? pp. 7-11 Downloads
Richard Collins
Markets without boundaries pp. 12-14 Downloads
Manley R. Irwin
Satellite data networks for national development pp. 15-28 Downloads
Norman Abramson
Electronic funds transfer: The creeping revolution pp. 29-43 Downloads
R.T. Clark
Japan's policy on monopoly and competition in telecommunications pp. 44-50 Downloads
Tetsuro Tomita
Telecommunications and investment decisions in the Philippines pp. 51-57 Downloads
Renato B. Garcia
On the role of telecommunications in development pp. 59-66 Downloads
Bjorn Wellenius
No development without connectivity pp. 67-68 Downloads
Melvin M. Webber
Recognizing priorities pp. 68-69 Downloads
David D. Cleevely
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