2 edition of Telecommunications economics found in the catalog.
T. J. Morgan
Previous ed. London: Macdonald, 1958.
|Statement||foreword by Brigadier Sir Lionel H. Harris.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 434p. :|
|Number of Pages||434|
This book bridges the worlds of the economist, the engineer, the regulator and the manager. It outlines the technology of the subject in sufficient detail to provide an understanding of the industry's economics, and presents a comprehensive picture of the markets into which its products and Price: $ Handbook of Telecommunications Economics, Volume 1 by Martin E. Cave Handbook of Telecommunications Economics, Volume 1 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The years since the early s have se 2/5.
8 Welfare economics for telecommunications Business strategy is a large and complex subject, the full extent of which is outside the scope of this book. Strategies for growth or survival must, however, have secure economic foundations if they are to succeed. With the acceleration of technological change and the spread of deregulation, a new. OCLC Number: Notes: First ed. published in under title: Telecommunication economics. Description: xiii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 22 cm.
Handbook of Telecommunications Economics, Volume 2: Technology Evolution and the Internet (Handbook of Telecommunications Economics) by Editor-Sumit K. Majumdar; Editor-Ingo Vogelsang; Editor-Martin E. Cave and a great selection of related books, . 'the book provides an excellent introductory course in telecommunication economics and policy. It can also be recommended for the regulator, or public policy advocate trying to rapidly grasp the intricacies of economics and regulation and apply them to the telecommunication sector.'.
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It can also be recommended for the regulator, or public policy advocate trying to rapidly grasp the intricacies of economics and regulation and apply them to the telecommunication sector.'Cited by: The page-book looks at the history of telecommunications from the Gold Coast to Ghana and, especially, the economics around its operations and, in particular, the last 20 years of MTN in Ghana.
The chapter book looks at telecommunications role in aspects of development. Introduction 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 The page-book looks at the history of telecommunications from the Gold Coast to Ghana and, especially, the economics around its operations and, in particular, the last 20 years of MTN in Ghana.
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This book on “Telecommunication Economics” fills that gap, presenting the multidisciplinary outcomes of COST Action “[email protected]: A Telecommunications Economics COST Network”. Download to Author: Antonis M. Hadjiantonis. The book is a comprehensive overview of crucial issues in the economics of telecommunication networks and services that are valid today.
[It] maintains a balance between theory and practice, [and] therefore can be used either as a textbook for academic courses or [as] a handbook for practitioners.'Cited by: Networks in Telecommunications explores the economic and legal implications of network access in terms of both antitrust and regulation.
The book documents a shift in regulatory policy in network industries from rate regulation to mandated access, as exemplified by the Telecommunications Act of Cited by: Part of the Contributions to Economics book series (CE) Modeling the Linkages Between the Economic Development and the Telecommunications Infrastructure in Transition Countries In this section, the author investigates empirically the relationship between economic development and telecommunications in transition countries.
This tenth anniversary edition of the Telecommunications Regulation Handbook, edited by Colin Blackman and Lara Srivastava, is a revised and updated version of the first edition, which was edited by Hank Intven (McCarthy Tétrault) and originally published in November Mobile telecommunications is on the frontier of this transition, and The Economics of Mobile Telecommunications documents and analyzes the technological and institutional factors that determine performance in this industry.
It will be an invaluable contribution to the literature.’ Stephen Martin - Krannert School of Management, Purdue UniversityCited by: The fundamental economic reform that has altered telecommunications is the introduction of competition into what had previously been a closed monopoly.
In the United States, governments monopolized and regulated private telephone companies; in most other countries, governments owned and operated a monopoly telephone network.
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 attention.
TELECOMMUNICATIONS ECONOMICS VOLUME 1 STRUCTURE, REGULATION AND COMPETITION Edited by MARTIN E. CAVE University of Warwick SUMIT K. MAJUMDAR Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine University of London and INGO VOGELSANG Boston University ELSEVIER AMSTERDAM • BOSTON • LONDON • NEW YORK • OXFORD • PARIS.
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I recommend the book to economics students, regulators, and other business people and government officials with an interest in telecommunications. Jerry A. Hausman. MacDonald Professor of Economics, MIT. This book is as systematic, probing, and original an exploration of the important regulatory issues as one can hope for.
The handbooks serve both as a source of reference and technical supplement for the field of telecommunications economics. Volume III examines the structure within which modern communications companies operate and evolve, and how corporations must account for multiple objectives associated with both national economic and social by: 2.Books in this series will provide high-quality illustrations, examples, problems and case studies.
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