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Volume 39, issue 11, 2015

Defining a cluster market: The case of the Korean Internet portal service market pp. 921-932 Downloads
Youngsun Kwon and Shin Cho
The role of network effects and consumer heterogeneity in the adoption of mobile phones: Evidence from South Africa pp. 933-943 Downloads
Lukasz Grzybowski
A socio-technical analysis of software policy in Korea: Towards a central role for building ICT ecosystems pp. 944-956 Downloads
Hongbum Kim, Dong-Hee Shin and Daeho Lee
From Sluggish to Brisk: An analysis of Taiwan׳s cable TV digitalization policy pp. 980-995 Downloads
Chorng-Jian Liu and Yi-Fei Chuang

Volume 39, issue 10, 2015

Information technology in Turkey: Creating high-skill jobs along with more unemployed highly-educated workers? pp. 811-829 Downloads
S. Dube, M. Dube and A. Turan
A multiple indicator model for panel data: An application to ICT area-level variation pp. 830-847 Downloads
Eva Ventura and Albert Satorra
Anchoring policy development around stable points: An approach to regulating the co-evolving ICT ecosystem pp. 848-860 Downloads
David D. Clark and K.C. Claffy
IT and sustainability: New strategies for reducing carbon emissions and resource usage in transportation pp. 861-874 Downloads
Jeffrey L. Funk
Network effects on the iPhone platform: An empirical examination pp. 877-895 Downloads
Garcia-Swartz, Daniel D. and Garcia-Vicente, Florencia
Reassessing competition concerns in electronic communications markets pp. 896-912 Downloads
Martin Peitz and Tommaso Valletti
The Closer Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) between China and Hong Kong SAR: From gesture to commitment pp. 913-920 Downloads
Xu Yan

Volume 39, issue 9, 2015

Social media and the public interest: Governance of news platforms in the realm of individual and algorithmic gatekeepers pp. 751-760 Downloads
Philip M. Napoli
Internet governance by social media platforms pp. 761-770 Downloads
L. DeNardis and A.M. Hackl
Youth and surveillance in the Facebook era: Policy interventions and social implications pp. 771-786 Downloads
Kathryn C. Montgomery
Policy questions raised by virtual economies pp. 787-795 Downloads
Edward Castronova, Isaac Knowles and Travis L. Ross
“Seek the meek, seek the just”: Social media and social justice pp. 796-803 Downloads
Amit M. Schejter and Noam Tirosh

Volume 39, issue 8, 2015

Effect of the customer experience on satisfaction with smartphones: Assessing smart satisfaction index with partial least squares pp. 627-641 Downloads
Dong-Hee Shin
The presence of emotional factors: An empirical exploration of bundle purchasing process pp. 642-657 Downloads
Karri Mikkonen, Hanna Niskanen, Mikko Pynnönen and Jukka Hallikas
Benefit-confirmation model for post-adoption behavior of mobile instant messaging applications: A comparative analysis of KakaoTalk and Joyn in Korea pp. 658-677 Downloads
Apollos Patricks Oghuma, Younghoon Chang, Libaque-Saenz, Christian Fernando, Myeong-Cheol Park and Jae Jeung Rho
Exploring mobile application customer loyalty: The moderating effect of use contexts pp. 678-690 Downloads
Chiao-Chen Chang
Adoption behavior of rural India for mobile telephony: A multigroup study pp. 691-704 Downloads
Ruchita Gupta and Karuna Jain
Network management in the era of convergence: Focusing on application-based quality assessment of Internet access service pp. 705-716 Downloads
Daeho Lee, Jungwoo Shin and Sangwon Lee
Economic and business perspectives on smartphones as multi-sided platforms pp. 717-734 Downloads
Campbell-Kelly, Martin, Garcia-Swartz, Daniel, Richard Lam and Yilei Yang
The impact of piracy on prominent and non-prominent software developers pp. 735-744 Downloads
Alexander Rasch and Tobias Wenzel

Volume 39, issue 7, 2015

Coopetition and convergence in the ICT ecosystem pp. 537-552 Downloads
Rahul C. Basole, Hyunwoo Park and Brandon C. Barnett
Platform openness and the productivity of content providers: A meta-frontier analysis pp. 553-562 Downloads
Changjun Lee, Daeho Lee and Junseok Hwang
Implications of dynamic spectrum management for regulation pp. 563-579 Downloads
Arturo Basaure, Vladimir Marianov and Ricardo Paredes
Platforms and incentives for consensus building on complex ICT systems: The development of WiFi pp. 580-589 Downloads
Geerten van de Kaa and Hans de Bruijn
The welfare effects of banning off-net/on-net price differentials in the mobile sector pp. 590-607 Downloads
Christian Rojas
An Internet periphery study: Network centrality and clustering for mobile access in Bhutan pp. 608-622 Downloads
Emanuele Giovannetti and Sebastian Sigloch

Volume 39, issue 6, 2015

Confusion, denial and anger: The response of the telecommunications industry to the challenge of the Internet pp. 444-449 Downloads
Richard Feasey
Economic aspects of fibre to the distribution point with pp. 450-462 Downloads
Juan Rendon Schneir and Yupeng Xiong
Technology transitions within telecommunications networks: Lessons from U.S. vs. Canadian policy experimentation under federalism pp. 463-485 Downloads
Barbara A. Cherry
Economic replicability tests for next-generation access networks pp. 486-501 Downloads
Laure Jaunaux and Marc Lebourges
Mandating portability and interoperability in online social networks: Regulatory and competition law issues in the European Union pp. 502-514 Downloads
Inge Graef
The effects of ICT and mass media in post-disaster recovery – A two model case study of the Great East Japan Earthquake pp. 515-532 Downloads
John W. Cheng, Hitoshi Mitomo, Tokio Otsuka and Stefan Y. Jeon

Volume 39, issue 5, 2015

Assessing data access issues in online platforms pp. 375-387 Downloads
Inge Graef, Sih Yuliana Wahyuningtyas and Peggy Valcke
Seeking the links between competition and telecommunications investments pp. 388-405 Downloads
Paola Garrone and Michele Zaccagnino
Two-phased composite I-distance indicator approach for evaluation of countries’ information development pp. 406-420 Downloads
Marina Dobrota, Milan Martic, Milica Bulajic and Veljko Jeremic
Universal service obligations and public payphone use: Is regulation still necessary in the era of mobile telephony? pp. 421-435 Downloads
Maude Hasbi

Volume 39, issue 3, 2015

Innovation and competition in the smartphone industry: Is there a dominant design? pp. 162-175 Downloads
Grazia Cecere, Nicoletta Corrocher and Riccardo David Battaglia
Identifying and quantifying the indirect benefits of broadband networks for e-government and e-business: A bottom-up approach pp. 176-191 Downloads
Marlies Van der Wee, Sofie Verbrugge, Bert Sadowski, Menno Driesse and Mario Pickavet
Inequality in the network society: An integrated approach to ICT access, basic skills, and complex capabilities pp. 192-207 Downloads
Sandro Mendonça, Nuno Crespo and Nadia Simões
Copyright indicators and the costs of symbolic production: The cultural dimension of telecommunications policy pp. 208-217 Downloads
Esteve Sanz
Qualitative indicators for smart city business models: The case of mobile services and applications pp. 218-240 Downloads
Nils Walravens
Measuring the impact of market competition analysis process in EU׳s electronic communications sector: Catalyst or impediment towards market competition? pp. 241-252 Downloads
Spyros E. Polykalas and George N. Prezerakos
Measuring broadband in Europe: Development of a market model and performance index using structural equations modelling pp. 253-268 Downloads
Wolter Lemstra, Bart Voogt and Nicolai van Gorp
LTE techno-economic assessment: The case of rural areas in Spain pp. 269-283 Downloads
Catalina Ovando, Jorge Pérez and Antolín Moral
Accounting for telecommunications contribution to economic growth: A study of Small Pacific Island States pp. 284-295 Downloads
Ronald Ravinesh Kumar, Radika Devi Kumar and Arvind Patel
A new regional clustering approach for mobile telecommunications policy in China pp. 296-304 Downloads
Jinyang Lim, Changi Nam, Seongcheol Kim, Euehun Lee and Hongkyu Lee
Institutional isomorphism, policy networks, and the analytical depreciation of measurement indicators: The case of the EU e-government benchmarking pp. 305-319 Downloads
Cristiano Codagnone, Gianluca Misuraca, Alberto Savoldelli and Lupiañez-Villanueva, Francisco
A profile of visual analytical toolkits for understanding the spatio-temporal evolution of broadband provision pp. 320-332 Downloads
Elizabeth A. Mack and Ross Maciejewski
Data from mobile phone operators: A tool for smarter cities? pp. 335-346 Downloads
John Steenbruggen, Emmanouil Tranos and Peter Nijkamp
Discovering urban and country dynamics from mobile phone data with spatial correlation patterns pp. 347-362 Downloads
Roberto Trasarti, Olteanu-Raimond, Ana-Maria, Mirco Nanni, Thomas Couronné, Barbara Furletti, Fosca Giannotti, Zbigniew Smoreda and Cezary Ziemlicki
The SMS–GPS-Trip method: A new method for collecting trip information in travel behavior research pp. 363-373 Downloads
Kristian Hegner Reinau, Henrik Harder and Michael Weber

Volume 39, issue 2, 2015

Advancement of indices assessing a nation׳s telecommunications development status: A PLS structural equation analysis of over 100 countries pp. 93-111 Downloads
Torsten J. Gerpott and Nima Ahmadi
“A time to scatter stones and a time to gather them”11Ecclesiastes 3:5.: Electronic media industries concentration trends in Israel 1984–2013 pp. 112-126 Downloads
Amit M. Schejter and Moran Yemini
Benchmarking and effects of reforms in the fixed telecommunications industry: A DDF approach pp. 127-139 Downloads
Clementina Bruno and Alessandro Manello
Mobile and fixed broadband access services substitution in Japan considering new broadband features pp. 140-154 Downloads
Akihiro Nakamura

Volume 39, issue 1, 2015

Broadband adoption and firm productivity: Evidence from Irish manufacturing firms pp. 1-13 Downloads
Stefanie Haller and Sean Lyons
Assessment of the gap and (non-)Internet users evolution based on population biology dynamics pp. 14-37 Downloads
Ioannis Neokosmidis, Nikolaos Avaritsiotis, Zoe Ventoura and Dimitris Varoutas
Who is (not) convinced to withdraw a contract termination announcement? – A discriminant analysis of mobile communications customers in Germany pp. 38-52 Downloads
Torsten J. Gerpott, Nima Ahmadi and Daniel Weimar
Bundling of telecom offerings: An Empirical Investigation in the Turkish market pp. 53-64 Downloads
M. Mithat Üner, Faruk Güven and S. Tamer Cavusgil
Fixed-mobile substitution and termination rates pp. 65-76 Downloads
Steffen Hoernig, Marc Bourreau and Carlo Cambini
The production function methodology for estimating the value of spectrum pp. 77-88 Downloads
Rohit Prasad
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