3 edition of Telecommunications, economic studies found in the catalog.
Telecommunications, economic studies
International Telecommunication Union.
|LC Classifications||HE7631 .I5 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. :|
|LC Control Number||77368215|
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In an emerging global economy the ability of the telecommunications sector to provide an internationally competitive network for transferring information has significant implications for trade and economic growth. Because of recent large world‐wide investments in telecommunications infrastructure, quantifying the impact of telecommunications in economic growth has received much Cited by: The page book chronicles the history of telecommunications Telecommunications the Gold Coast to Ghana and especially the economics around its operations and in.
Some of these studies have examined cross-sectional time-series data from various countries around the world,' while others have focused on aggregate time-series data for the USA.
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This book constitutes a collaborative and selected documentation of the scientific outcome of the European COST Action IS [email protected] "A Telecommunications Economics COST Network" which run from October to October Involving experts from around 20.
Detailed country studies provide empirical evidence for the development of the main themes: the diffusion of mobile telecommunications services, the pricing policies in network industries, the role of entry barriers such as radio spectrum and spectrum allocation procedures.
After an introduction in the main hypotheses, explaining the role of telecommunications in economic development, main directions in economic growth theory as well as recent empirical studies on the link between economic growth and telecommunications (including studies dealing with infrastructure and ICTs) are reviewed.
The telecommunications sector has become a dynamic key area for the economic development of the European Union (EU) and remains in constant evolution.
Because of intense competition, telecommunications companies are forced to diversify their offers and thus to propose an increasing number of services. S hiu A.
and L am P.-L. Causal relationship between telecommunications and economic growth in China and its regions, Regional paper studies the causal relationship between telecommunications development and economic growth of China.
Its result indicates that there is a unidirectional relationship running from real gross domestic product (GDP) to telecommunications. Economic Theory to Measure Increased Consumer Welfare Estimation of the Amount of Increased Consumer Welfare Estimation of a Corrected Telecommunications Service CPI 5.
Government Regulation of Mobile Telephone Estimation of the Cost of Regulatory Delay in the U.S. Regulation of Mobile Prices Books in this series will provide high-quality illustrations, examples, problems and case studies.
For further information, please contact: Dr. Tarek S. El-Bawab, Series Editor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Nile University, Giza, Egypt. The Telecommunications Industry: The Dynamics of Market Structure Issue of Economic Studies Volume of Harvard economic studies: Authors: Gerald W.
Brock, Professor of Telecommunication Gerald W Brock: Editors: Alan L. Browne, Donald F. Hays: Contributor: General Motors Corporation. Research Laboratories: Edition: illustrated: Publisher. Theoretical models based on the assumption that telecommunications is a natural monopoly no longer reflect reality.
As a result, policymakers often lack the guidance of economic theorists. Competition in Telecommunications is written in a style accessible to managers, consultants, government officials, and others. Jean-Jacques Laffont and Jean Tirole analyze regulatory reform and the emergence.
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One of the most useless book ever written on telecommunications. The authors may be good economists (Tirole even got the Nobel Prize for that), but they are Reviews: 7. Telecommunications networks Customer premises equipment Transmission facilities Switching equipment Summary.
2 Economies of scale and scope in telecommunications Characteristics of a natural monopoly Review of empirical studies examining natural monopoly in the local network Conclusion. 3 Demand for.
Telecommunications and economic development (English) Abstract. This revised edition: (a) reviews the available evidence on the role of telecommunications in economic development; (b) outlines the principles and techniques of economic analysis that can be used in allocating telecommunications investment for economic.
Ruth Taplin is the Director of the Centre for Japanese and East Asian Studies. The Centre won Exporter of the Year in Partnership in Trading/Pathfinder for the UK in the year She received her doctorate from the London School of Economics and is the author/editor of 11 books.
Telecommunications matters economically for two reasons. First, it plays a role perhaps second only to brain power in the operation and rapidly expanding productivity of the modern “information-based” economy; indeed, it supplies a primary technical means for productively harnessing the information and knowledge spread among individual economic actors throughout the global economic order.
Telecommunication (from Latin communicatio, referring to the social process of information exchange, and the Greek prefix tele- meaning distance) is the transmission of information by various types of technologies over wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems.
It has its origin in the desire of humans for communication over a distance greater than that feasible with the human. relationship between telecommunications development and economic growth or a unidirectional relationship from the former to the latter.
In addition, there are also studies (e.g., Röller and Waverman,; Karner and Onyeji, ) that indicate that the contribution of telecommunications to economic growth is not independent of.
The telecommunications (telecom) industry is playing a critical role in enabling this digital revolution unfolding around us. The telecom ecosystem has provided the fundamental building blocks – access, interconnectivity and applications – that are enabling this digital revolution to take place.
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