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Telecommunications Policy

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Volume 5, issue 4, 1981

Telecommunications in the Pacific region: Impact of a new regime pp. 243-250 Downloads
S. Macdonald, T. Mandeville and D. Lamberton
COMSAT Presidential directors: Promise and performance pp. 251-264 Downloads
Vincent Mosco
Office automation needs: Studying managerial work pp. 265-272 Downloads
Raymond R. Panko
Restructuring the US telecommunications industry: Impact on innovation pp. 273-288 Downloads
Carson E. Agnew and Anthony A. Romeo
Growth in teleconferencing: Looking beyond the rhetoric of readiness pp. 289-295 Downloads
Robert Johansen, Kathleen J. Hansell and David Green
Approaches to teleconferencing justification: Towards a general model pp. 296-303 Downloads
Jeff Charles
Interaction patterns in audio teleconferencing pp. 304-314 Downloads
John Carey
Telematics, teleconferencing and education pp. 315-322 Downloads
Michael G. Ryan
Office automation: From barriers to gateways pp. 323-325 Downloads
Susan L. Baldwin and Gilles P. Rouleau
Will cities become obsolete? pp. 326-328 Downloads
Lehman-Wilzig, S.
Validation in telematics: Symposium on Telematics, organized by the Institute for Social and Economic Research in Telecommunications (IREST), Paris, 15 June 1981 pp. 332-333 Downloads
Pierre Tornato
The data communications conference on teleconferencing and satellite communications systems technology: 24-26 June 1981, New York City pp. 333-335 Downloads
Elliot M. Gold
US telecommunications regulation pp. 335-336 Downloads
H.Gilbert Miller

Volume 5, issue 3, 1981

The design of information pp. 170-170 Downloads
John Edmondson
Consumers and advertisers in the electronic marketplace: Implications for newspapers and other media pp. 171-180 Downloads
Albert E. Gollin
Standards for electronic message systems pp. 181-197 Downloads
Raymond R. Panko
Computing policies and problems: A stage theory approach pp. 198-215 Downloads
Kenneth L. Kraemer and John Leslie King
Teleconference design: A technical approach to satisfaction pp. 216-227 Downloads
H. Wilkens and G. Plenge
A strategy for progress pp. 231-234 Downloads
Ian Priban

Volume 5, issue 2, 1981

International legal norms governing development of the orbit/spectrum resource pp. 63-83 Downloads
Martin A. Rothblatt
Satellite broadcasting to homes: Service options, policy issues and costs pp. 84-101 Downloads
Vincent Sardella and Kim Degnan
Orbit and spectrum resource strategies: Third World demands pp. 102-110 Downloads
Harvey J. Levin
The videotex marketplace: A theory of evolution pp. 111-120 Downloads
James A. Campbell and Hilary B. Thomas
The emerging oligopoly of pay-TV in the USA pp. 121-135 Downloads
Barry Litman and Susanna Eun
Information needs in US telephone industry regulation: A systems approach pp. 136-148 Downloads
Warren J. Ryan
Managing communications-- the value of choice pp. 149-151 Downloads
Barry Stapley
Wanted -- wise policy not restrictive regulation pp. 151-154 Downloads
Jerome R. Corsi
Managing information technology pp. 154-156 Downloads
Michael G. Ryan and Susan L. Baldwin
International computer-based message services pp. 156-157 Downloads
A. Danthine and Ronald P. Uhlig

Volume 5, issue 1, 1981

The act of faith pp. 2-2 Downloads
Lawrence H. Day and General Editor
The distinction between carriage and content pp. 3-11 Downloads
Lewis Auerbach
Communication satellites for rural service: Problems and potentials pp. 12-17 Downloads
Edwin Parker
Potential for competition and the role of PTTs pp. 18-23 Downloads
Jürgen Müller
US telecommunications regulation: Will technology decide? pp. 24-32 Downloads
Manley R. Irwin and John D. Ela
Risks and benefits of new communications services: The national perspective pp. 33-39 Downloads
William A. McCrum and Michael G. Ryan

Volume 4, issue 4, 1980

Multilevel competition: A positive force for development pp. 239-239 Downloads
Lawrence H. Day and oGeneral Editor
A DOMSAT for Australia: Communications planning under strain pp. 240-248 Downloads
Peter B. White
Communication technology transfer: Impact on economic development pp. 249-262 Downloads
Meheroo Jussawalla
Strategies for high-technology equipment manufacturing in developing countries pp. 263-277 Downloads
Jorge Valerdi and Arturo Serrano
The role of the telephone in economic development pp. 278-286 Downloads
Andrew P. Hardy
Visual communication technology: Priorities for the 1980s pp. 287-294 Downloads
Takuji Watanabe
Future delivery systems for public administration training and development pp. 295-302 Downloads
Michael G. Ryan
Communication for a sustainable society pp. 303-307 Downloads
F. E. Emery
Formal representations for EMS - job control language pp. 315-316 Downloads
Tomas Ohlin

Volume 4, issue 3, 1980

Models for the social accountability of computing pp. 166-182 Downloads
Rob Kling
Telecommunications as ecosystem: An Australian case study pp. 183-207 Downloads
David L. Young
A framework for needs assessment in communications development pp. 208-214 Downloads
John H. Clippinger
Computer conferencing: The exchange of experience pp. 215-220 Downloads
Harold E. Bamford
Viewdata--a product in search of a market? pp. 221-225 Downloads
Anthony T. Easton
Instructional telecommunications in Alaska pp. 225-227 Downloads
Walter B. Parker

Volume 4, issue 2, 1980

A value-added future? pp. 78-78 Downloads
Lawrence H. Day
Towards a formal representation of EMS pp. 79-95 Downloads
Richard H. Miller and Jacques F. Vallee
Multilocation audiographic conferencing pp. 96-107 Downloads
Christopher Stockbridge
Telecommunications models: Planning for regional development in LDCs pp. 108-118 Downloads
David Cleevely and Geoffrey Walsham
Potential for visual communications technology in business pp. 119-127 Downloads
Takuji Watanabe, Kazuhisa Watanabe and Kimio Agata
Computer-based message systems: A taxonomy pp. 128-133 Downloads
N. Dean Meyer
White house information handling: 1. Information infrastructure pp. 134-139 Downloads
Richard M. Harden
White house information handling: 2. Technology impact on EOP information program pp. 139-147 Downloads
Sarah T. Kadec and Rhoda Mancher
Social futures in a wired world pp. 147-150 Downloads
Fred Emery
Letter to the editor pp. 156-156 Downloads
K. L. Kraemer and J. L. King

Volume 4, issue 1, 1980

Promises, promises pp. 2-2 Downloads
Lawrence H. Day
US videotex activities and policy concerns pp. 3-8 Downloads
Kathleen Criner
The canadian perspective pp. 9-16 Downloads
Nicole F. Leduc
Service and system implications pp. 17-24 Downloads
A. Michael Noll
Demand for telecommunications services in the home pp. 25-30 Downloads
Ronald J. Goldman
Issues and insights for the USA: Report of a workshop pp. 31-41 Downloads
Robert Johansen, Michael J. Nyhan and Robert Plummer
Specialized information and interdependence: Problems of concentration and access pp. 42-48 Downloads
Rita Cruise O'Brien
Data communication and data processing -- a basis for definition pp. 49-62 Downloads
Neal B. Seitz
US privacy policy -- a comprehensive programme pp. 64-65 Downloads
Richard M. Neustadt
The author replies pp. 65-66 Downloads
Donald A. Marchand
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