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683. Noam, Eli M. and Harumasa Sato. Kobe's Lesson: Dial 711 For "Open" Emergency Communications. 1995.
685. Noam, Eli M. The Future of Television. 1995.
691. Noam, Eli M. Electronics and the Dim Future of the University. 1995.
733. Economides, Nicholas and Charles Himmelberg. Critical Mass and Entwork Evolution in Telecommunications. 1995.
734. Economides, Nicholas. Quality Choice and Vertical Integration. 1995.
735. Economides, Nicholas. The Incentive for Vertical Integration. 1995.
736. Economides, Nicholas and William Lehr. The Quality of Complex Systems and Industry Structure. 1995.
737. Economides, Nicholas. Mixed Bundling in Duopoly. 1995.
738. Economides, Nicholas and Robert Schwartz. Electronic Call Market Trading. 1995.
739. Economides, Nicholas and Jeffrey Heisler. Equilibrium Fee Schedules in a Monopolist Call Market. 1995.
740. Ansari, Asim, Nicholas Economides, and Joel Steckel. The Max-Min Principle of Product Differentiation. 1995.
741. Economides, Nicholas. The Economics of Networks. 1995.
742. Economides, Nicholas. Network Externalities, Complementarities, and Invitations to Enter. 1995.
743. Slaton, Christa Daryl. Televoting in the United States. 1995.
744. Delli Carpini, Michael X. Voters, candidates, and Campaigns in the New Information Age. 1995.
745. Westen, Tracy. Can Technology Save Democracy? 1995.
746. Abramson, Jeffrey B. Electronic Town Meetings: An Idea Whose Time Has Come? 1995.
747. Noam, Eli M. Reforming the Financial Support System for Universal Service in Telecommunications. 1995.
748. Schement, Jorge Reina. Divergence and Convergence: The Evolving Informaiton Environment of the Home. 1995.
749. Baker, R.D., with Hsi-Hui Chang and S.K. Majumdar. Profitability, Productivity, and Price Recovery Patterns in the U.S. Telecommunications Industry. 1995.
750. Edited Remarks of Speakers. East-West Media Cooperation: The European Agenda. 1995.
751. Grewlich, Klaus W. Towards an International Competition Policy in Global Telecommunications. 1995.
752. Chamoux, Jean-Pierre. After Privatisation: Neo-Colonialism? 1995.
753. Hursey, Douglas M. Inter-American Roaming. 1995.
754. Frieden, Rob. Universal Personal Communications in the New Telecommunications World Order. 1995.
755. Noam, Eli M. The Stages of Television: From Multi-Channel Television to Me-TV. 1995.
756. MacCarthy, Mark. Broadcast Self-Regulation: The NAB Codes, Family Viewing Hour and Television Violence. 1995.
757. Brown, Les. Self-Regulation in American Television: In Areas Aside From Program Content. 1995.
758. Geller, Henry. Ownership Regulatory Policies in the U.S. Telecom Sector. 1995.
759. Compaine, Benjamin. The Impact of Ownership Concentration on Content: Does it Matter? 1995.
760. Lange, Bernd-Peter. The European Interest in the American Experience in Self- Regulation. 1995.
761. Kim, Chang-Kon. Telecommunications Development and Policy Trends in the Republic of Korea. 1995.
762. Kasdan, John. The Constitutionality of Mandatory Key Escrowing. 1995.
763. Cohen, Daniel. Rationales for Export Restrictions on Cryptographic Software. 1995.
764. Nelson, Julie. The Effect of Patents on the Cryptographic Industry. 1995.
765. Kurtzman, Joel. "Welcome, Mr. Matsushita, to the New World." 1995.
766. Mayer, Martin. Issues Facing the Development of an Electronic Payment Infrastructure. 1995.
767. Daguio, Kawika. The History of Banks, the U.S. Government, and Payment Systems Improvements. 1995.
768. Laster, David, and John Wenninger. Policy Issues Raised by Electronic Money. 1995.
769. Hazlett, Thomas W. Assigning Property Rights to Radio Spectrum Users: Why did FCC License Auctions Take 67 Years? 1995.
770. Frieden, Rob. Satellite-Delivered Universal Personal Communications: Market Development, Technological and Regulatory Issues. 1995.
771. Sung, Liching. The Political Economy of International Standardization: The Case of the Third Generation Mobile Communications System. 1995.
772. Musto, David K. Year-End Forces in Securities Markets. 1995.
773. Vassalou, Maria G. Multiple-Country Versus Single-Country Tests of International Asset Pricing Models. 1995.
774. Friedman, John. Fostering Development of Advanced Telecommunications Technologies: The F.C.C., the Pioneer's Preference, & Personal Communications Services. 1995.
775. Noam, Eli M. Visions of the Media Age: Taming the Information Monster. 1995.
776. ___. Testimony on Foreign Ownership Reform Before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation on SR-253. 1995.
777. ___. Testimony on Radio Spectrum Allocations and Valuation Before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. 1995
778. ___. Telecommunications and Economic Development for the New York-New England Region. 1995.
779. ___. The Three Stages of Television. 1995.
780. Camp, L. Jean. Opportunities, Options and Obstacles in Electronic Commerce. 1995.
781. Gauntt, John du Pre. Perceptions of Wealth in Information Networks: Some Issues for the Banking Sector. 1995.
782. Glass, David L. Electronic Banking and Regulatory Environment: Principles, Problems, and Prolegoma. 1995.
783. Carey, John. The Future of Electonic Banking: Consumer and Marketing Issues. 1995.
784. Croson, David C. Impacts of Electronic Cash on Banking Economics. 1995.
807. Macia, Elisa and Messer, Heidi. Copyright and Censorship in Cyberspace: Regulating on the Electronic Frontier. 1995.
811. Koenig, Michael. Brief Communication. Information Policy: The Mounting Tension (value additive versus uniquely distributable 'public good') 1995.
812. Koenig, Michael and Wilson, Thimas. Opinion Paper. Productivity Growth: The Take-Off Point. 1995.
832. Noam, Eli M. Towards the Third Revolution of Television. 1995.
833. Noam, Eli M. Will Universal Service and Common Carriage Survive the Telecommunications Act of 1996? 1995.
837. NiShuilleabhain, Aine. Extra-Market Covariance Revisited: A Multi-Beta (Technology) CAPM. 1995.
889. Noam, Eli M. Liberalization is Just the Beginning: From Competition to Self-Divestiture. 1995.
163. Noam, Eli M. The Three Stages of Network Evolution. 1994.
624. Gans, Herbert J. Reopening the Black Box: Toward a Limited Media Effects Theory. 1994.
645. Noam, Eli M. The Superstructure of Infrastructure: Principles for a Future Without a Public Network, 1994.
647. Awerbuch, Shimon. Measuring the Cost of Photovoltaics in an Electric Utility Planning Framework. 1994
657. Egan, Bruce, and Steven Wildman. Funding the Pubic Telecommunications Infrastructure. 1994.
658. Botein, Michael. Information Law Towards The 21st Century. 1994.
659. Botein, Michael. Regulation of Fiberoptic Integrated Broadband Networks: Common Carriage, Ownership and Rates. 1994.
660. Corn-Revere, Robert. New Technology and the First Amendment - Breaking the Cycle of Repression. 1994.
661. Baker, C. Edwin. Merging Phone and Cable. 1994.
662. Neuborne, Burt. The Free Speech Rights of Cable Broadcasters: You Can't Tell the Players Without a Scorecard. 1994.
663. Schauer, Frederick. Cable Operators As Editors: Prerogative, Responsibility, and Liability. 1994.
664. Gordon, Wendy J. Mandated Access to Programs by Competing Media. 1994.
665. Besen, Stanley M. & Woodbury, John R. Rate Regulation, Effective Competition, and the Cable Act of 1992. 1994.
666. Meyerson, Michael I. The First Amendment and FCC Rule Making Under the 1992 Cable Act. 1994.
667. Sunstein, Cass R. A New Deal for Speech. 1994.
668. Hawthorne, Donald W. and Monroe E. Price. Rewiring the First Amendment: Meaning, Content and Public Broadcasting. 1994.
669. Armstrong, Mark and Chris Doyle. Social Obligations and Access Pricing: Telecommunications and Railways in the UK. 1994.
675. Weiss, Martin. Standards and Regulations: A Unified Approach. 1994.
676. Woroch, Glenn A. Turning the Cables: A Strategic Analysis of Cable TV Diversification into Telecommunications. 1994.
681. McGarty, Terrence P. Communications Networks: A Morphological and Taxonomical Analysis. 1994.
682. Noam, Eli M. Telecommunications Without a Public Network: Deregulation and the Communications Act of 2034. 1994.
686. McGarty, Terrence. Network Systematics: The Morphology and Taxonomy of Networks. 1994.
687. Meyerson, Michael I. Public and Private Constitutions for Private Networks. 1994.
689. Chakravorti, Bhaskar and Sharkey, William W. Economic Methodologies for Pricing of Broadband Services. 1994.
690. Noam, Eli M. Beyond Territoriality: Economics and Politics in Telesociety. 1994.
692. Egan, Bruce L. Building Value Through Telecommunications...or Regulatory Roadblocks on the Information Superhighway. 1994.
694. Gans, Herbert J. Reopening the Black Box: Toward a Limited Effects Theory. 1994.
695. Carey, John. Adoption of New Telecommunication Technologies and Services: Historical Patterns and Lessons. 1994.
696. Koenig, Michael E.D. Two CD-Rom Pricing Issues. 1994.
697. Vasarhelyi, Miklos A. and Joseph Natovich. FraudSimulator: A1-Planning Techniques for Internal Control Evaluation and Assessment of Fraud Opportunities. 1994.
698. Noam, Eli M. Beyond Liberalization: From the Network of Networks to the System of Systems. 1994
699. Noam, Eli M. Beyond Liberalization II: The Impending Doom of Common Carriage. 1994.
700. Noam, Eli M. Beyond Liberalization III: Reforming Universal Service. 1994.
701. Noam, Eli M. Beyond Liberalization: Past Performance, Present Hype, and Future Direction. 1994.
702. Hazlett, Thomas W. What Can Regulators Regulate? The Case of Cable TV. 1994.
706. Noam, Eli M. The Impact of Competition on Television's Public Interest Performance. 1994.
707. Schement, Jorge Reina, Denise Anderson and Susan Peters. Beyond Universal Service: Characteristics of Americans Without Telephone Service. 1994.
708. Salinger, Michael A. Buying and Banking on Perspective Returns in Televommunications. 1994.
709. Katz, James E. Changing Corporate Culture in the Local Competition Enviroment. 1994.
710. Economides, Nicholas and Lawrence J. White. One-Way Networks, Two-Way Networks, Compatibility and Antitrust. 1994.
711. Egan, Bruce L. Bringing Advanced Technology to Rural America: The Cost of Technology Adoption. 1994.
712. Kramer, Richard & Aine NiShuilleabhain. Monopolistic Competition in European Telecommunications: Market Structure and Emerging Global Operators. 1994.
713. Gordon, Wendy J. and Anne E. Gowen. Mandated Access to Progress by Competiting Medium. 1994.
714. Bowie, Nolan. Equity and Access to Information Technology. 1994.
715. Hadden, Susan S. Universal Service: Policy Options for the Future. 1994.
716. Hudson, Heather E. Universal Service: The Rural Challenge: Changing Requirements and Policy Options. 1994.
717. Einhorn, Michael. Recovering Network Subsidies Without Distortion. 1994.
718. Mueller, Milton. Universal Service in Telephone History. 1994.
719. Egan, Bruce L. Economics of Wireless Communications Systems in the National Information Infrastructure. 1994.
720. Pilon, Roger. A Modest Proposal on "Must Carry," the 1992 Cable Act, and Regulation Generallly: Go Back to the Basics. 1994.
721. Noam, Eli M., Charles D. Ferris and Everett C. Parker. Policy Implications for Citizen Information Services. 1994.
722. Grimm, Curtis M. and Robert Harris. Competitive Access Policies in the Rail Freight Industry with Comparisons to Telecommunications. 1994.
723. Halprin, Albert. Reforming the International Settlements System. 1994.
724. Timmins, Michael J. Entering the New Age of Telecommunications Networks. 1994.
725. Egan, Bruce L. Building Value Through Telecommunications. 1994.
726. Brock, Gerald W. Interconnection Conditions, Access Charges and Universal Service. 1994.
727. Baseman, Kenneth, Frederick Warren-Boulton, and Glenn Woroch. Microsoft Plays Hardball: Use of Exclusionary Pricing and Technical Incompatibility to Maintain Monopoly in the Market for Operating System Software. 1994.
728. Fishkin, James. The Televised Deliberative Poll: The British Experiment. 1994.
729. Weiman, David F. Planning the Bell System, 1888-1914: The Cumulative Dynamics of Network and Urban Regional Development. 1994.
730. Hazlett, Thomas W. What Can Regulators Regulate? The Case of Cable TV. 1994.
731. Parker, Everett. The Impact of Regulation on Television's Social Responsiblity and Performance. 1994.
732. Schneider, Alfred R. Responsibilities of Television Towards Society. 1994.
828. Noam, Eli M. Silicon Law of Telecommunications Self-Divestiture. 1994.
891. Noam, Eli M. Responsibilities of Television Towards Society. 1994.
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