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826. Noam, Eli M. Regulation and Deregulation of the Internet. 1997.
834. Noam, Eli M. Reforming Universal Service: A Prerequisite Competition and Interconnection. 1997.
835. Noam, Eli M. and A. Wolfson. The End of Territoriality in Telecommunications. 1997.
836. Huberman, Gur. Familiarity Breeds Investment: The Geographic Distribution of RBOC Shareholders. 1997.
839. Noam, Eli M. U.S. Media Concentration: Markets, Concentration & Diversity. 1997.
840.- 866. N.A.
867. Noam, Eli M. Regulating Cyberspace. 1997.
869. Noam, Eli M. Systemic Bottlenecks in the Information Society. 1997.
871. Noam, Eli M. Beyond Spectrum Auctions: Taking the Next Step to Open Spectrum Access. 1997.
872. Noam, Eli M. Privacy and Self-Regulation: Markets for Electronic Privacy. 1997.
874. Noam, Eli M. Spectrum and Universal Service. 1997.
875. Noam, Eli M. Universal Internet Access: The USA and the European Countries Between Regulation and Deregulation of the Internet. 1997.
878. Noam, Eli M. Electronics and the Future of the Research Library. 1997.
879. Noam, Eli M. Supra-regulation in Telecommunications. 1997.
880. Noam, Eli M. Creative Destruction and Information Technology. 1997.
881. Noam, Eli M. Interconnection is the Key Issue in Telecommunications. Must it be Regulated? 1997.
882. Noam, Eli M. and Alvarez, C. Electronics and the Future of the Library. 1997.
883. Noam, Eli M. Future of the Media - Media of the Future. 1997.
884. Noam, Eli M. Public Interest Programming by American Commercial Television. 1997.
885. Rowland, Willard. The Institution of American Public Television. 1997.
886. Ledbetter, Jim. Funding and Economics of American Public Television. 1997.
887. Somerset-Ward, Richard. Public Television in America: Programming for a Digital Future. 1997.
888. Price, Monroe. Public Television and New Technologies. 1997.
890. Noam, Eli M. Electronics and the Dim Future of Banks. 1997.
894. Roddy, David. Worldwide Demand for Telephone Service. 1997.
895. Roddy, David. Current Challenges for Domestic Wireless Telecomm Carriers. 1997.
896. Roddy, David. Transportation of Internet Traffic in the 21st Century. 1997.
897. Economides, Nicholas. The Incentive for Non-Price Discrimination by an Input Monopolist. 1997.
898. Economides, Nicholas and White, Lawrence, J. The Inefficiency of the ECPR Yet Again: A Reply to Larson. 1997.
899. Economides, Nicholas and Wildman, Steven S. Monopolistic Competition with Two-Part Tariffs. 1997.
900. Economides, Nicholas. Principles of Interconnection: A Response to "Regulation of Access to Vertically-Integrated Natural Monopolies." 1997.
901. Economides, Nicholas. Quality Choice and Vertical Integration. 1997.
902. Korn, Jessica. What is Economic Development in an Information Economy? 1997.
903. Noll, A. Michael. The Digital Mystique: A Review of Digital Technology and its Application. 1997.
904. Noll, A. Michael. The Costs of Competition: An Analysis of the FCC Telecommunication Orders of 1997. 1997.
905. Miller, Eugene. Digital TV Systems. 1997.
906. Seel, Peter. The Path from Analog HDTV to DTV in Japan. 1997.
907. Hart, Jeffrey. Digital Television in Europe and Japan. 1997.
908. Neuman, Russell W. Broadcasting and Bandwidth. 1997.
909. Waterman, David. Digital Television and Program Pricing. 1997.
910. Parker, Richard. Does Economics Have a Role in the Race Toward Digital TV? 1997.
911. Chang, Monica. Megatrends and Critical Issues in Telecom Evolution. 1997.
912. Chang, Monica. Taiwan's Economic Development strategies for the 21st Century. 1997.
913. Ogunyemi, Dayo. Digital Delivery of Content Via the Internet: Legal and Business Considerations for the Music and Film Industries. 1997.
914. Einhorn, Michael A. International Accounting and Settlements: A Review of Literature. 1997.
915. Noam, Eli M. Can the Internet be Regulated? 1997.
916. Noam, Eli M. and Freeman, Robert. The Media Monopoly and Other Myths. 1997.
917. Noam, Eli M. and Drake, William. The WTO Deal on Basic Telecommunications: Big Bang or Little Whimper? 1997.
918. Noam, Eli M. Will Books Become the Dumb Medium? 1997.
919. Levine, Howard J. Electronic Commerce: Are the Current Tax Rules Adequate, or Even Relevant? 1997.
920. Casey, John. Content and Services for the New Digital TV Environment. 1997.
533. Saravia, Edgar. Telecommunications in Bolivia: A Country Analysis. 1996.
534. Botelho, Antonio, Lee McKnight, Roberto Ferro and Carlos Manfredini. Telecommunications in Brazil. 1996.
535. Noguera, Felipe. Telecommunications in the Caribbean Islands. 1996.
537. Melo, Jose Ricardo. Telecommunications in Chile. 1996.
538. Nichols, John Spicer and Torres, Alicia M. Telecommunications, Conflicts, and Change in Cuba. 1996.
539. Espinosa, Ivan and Pineda, Michael Chong. Telecommunications Development in Ecuador. 1996.
540. Gutosso, Graciela Perez Montero. Telecommunications in Uruguay. 1996.
541. Zaidman, Natan E. Past, Present, and Future of Telecommunications in Venezuela. 1996.
630. Hooley, Margot Lise. Telecommunications in Colombia. 1996.
631. Griffith, Kathleen A. Telecommunications in Mexico. 1996.
632. Cornejo, Ingeniero Percy and Delgado, Ingeniero Juan Ernesto Barreda. Telecommunications in Peru. 1996.
633. Cortes, Ramon Morales. Telecommunications in Puerto Rico. 1996.
785. Camp, L. Jean Internet Commerce: Evolution, Examples and Evaluation. 1996.
786. Panel Transcription Telecommunications Act of 1996: The Morning After. 1996.
787. Szafran, Marc E. Examining the Causal Relationship Between Global Communications Technologies and Internationally Recognized Freedom of Speech. 1996.
788. Szafran, Marc E. A Neo-Institutional Paradigm for Contracts Formed in Cyberspace: Judgement Day for the Statute of Frauds. 1996.
789. Frieden, Rob. Privatization of Satellite Cooperatives: Smothering a Golden Goose? 1996.
790. Pfeifenberger, Johannes P. and Houthakker, Hendrik S. Does Intelsat Face Effective Competition in the Provision of its Services? 1996.
791. Sweeney, J. Gregory. Cybernetworks and Telecommunications Carriers. 1996
792. Srinagesh, Padmanabhan and Gong, Jiong. Network Competition and Industry Structure. 1996
793. McGarty, Terrence P. Disaggregation of Telecommunications. 1996
794. Lehr, William H. and Weiss, Martin B.H. The Political Economy of Congestion Charges and Settlements in Packet Networks. 1996
795. Tanaka, Tatsuo. Is Packet-Usage Pricing Inevitable? 1996
796. Solomon, Richard Jay. "Anything you can do, I can do better: I can do anything better than you..." 1996
797. Hudson, Heather E. New Communications Technologies for sDevelopment: Challenges for Africa. 1996.
798. Um, Paul Noumba. Telecommunications Restructuring in Africa: Country Case Studies. 1996.
799. Nuruddin, Mansur M. Models for the Development of Regional Telecommunications Networks. 1996.
800. Herrera, Alejandra. Telecommunications in Nicaragua. 1996.
801. Russell, Sheryl. Telecommunications in Guatemala. 1996.
802. Dunn, Hopeton S. and Gooden, Winston S. Telecommunications in Jamaica. 1996.
803. Chowdary, T.H. Telecommunications in India. 1996.
804. Gannon, Brendan J. Telecommunications in Central Asia and the Trans-Caucasian Republics of the Newly Independent States. 1996.
805. Vivekenand, P.V. Telecommunications in Jordan. 1996.
806. Bayazit, Huseyin. Telecommunications in Turkey. 1996.
808. Panel Transcription. Open Video Systems and the Media Marketplace. 1996.
809. Einhorn, Michael. INTELSAT: A Reform Proposal. 1996.
810. Koenig, Michael and Sione, Patrizia. The World at Stage III But Net at Stage II. 1996.
813. Koenig, Michael. Intellectual Capital and Knowledge Management. 1996.
814. Pavlik, John V. and Andrew Lih. Media Role of Computer Networks: Video on the Internet. 1996.
815. Kalakota, Ravi. The Impact of Cybercommunications on Traditional Financial Services. 1996.
816. Bauer, Johannes M. and Michelle F. Wilsey. National and Supra-National Regulation of Cybernetworks and Telecommunications Carriers. 1996.
817. Samarajiva, Rohan. Cybercontent Regulation: From Proximate-Community Standards to Virtual-Community Standards? 1996.
818. Hops, Jeffrey S. Cybermedia and Free Speech: Some Potential Pitfalls. 1996.
819. McGarty, Terrence P. The Economic Viability of Wireless Local Loop and its Impact on Universal Service. 1996.
820. Frieden, Rob. Business, Legal, Regulatory and Spectrum Challenges to Widespread Deployment of Wireless Telephony. 1996.
821. Gabel, David and D. Mark Kennet. The Effect of Cellular Service on the Cost Structure of a Land-Based Telephone Network. 1996.
822. Hills, Alex and Hung-Yao Yeh. Using Wireless Technology to Provide Basic Telephone Service in the Developing World. 1996.
823. Trinkwon, David. Technology of Fixed-Wireless Access. 1996.
824. Egan, Bruce. The Economics of the Wireless Local Loop. 1996.
825. Noam, Eli M. Media Concentration in the United States: Trends and Regulatory Responses 1996
827. Noam, Eli M. Revolution in Access Control: Markets for Electronic Privacy. 1996.
829. Noam, Eli M. Spectrum Auctions: Yesterday's Heresy, Today's Orthodoxy, Tomorrow's Anachronism. Taking the Next Step to Open Spectrum Access. 1996.
830. Noam, Eli M. Supra-National Regulation for Supra-National Telecommunications Carriers? 1996.
831. Noam, Eli M. Toward a Common Law of Telecom. 1996.
838. Noam, Eli M. and Freeman, Robert. Are American Media Concentrated? A Decade of Empirical Evidence. 1996.
876. Noam, Eli M. The Cyber-communications Revolution. 1996.
892. Roddy, David. The Telecom Act of 1996: A Comprehensive Overview of the New Law. 1996.
893. Roddy, David. Dimensions of the PCS/Wireless Marketplace. 1996.
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