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1991

350. Egan, Bruce L. Fiber to the Home: Public Policy/Technology Conflict. 1991.

448. Edited Remarks of Speakers: Behaviorial and Structural tests for Effective Competition Standard in Cable Television: The FCC's Current Proceeding. 1991.

451. Gabel, David and Joan Nix. Adopting the Pricing Structure of a Regualted Industry to Reflect Rapid Technological Change. 1991.

452. Gabel. David and Joan Nix. Parametric and Non-Parametric Estimates of the Cost Structures of the Telephone Industry. 1991.

453. Gabel, David and Joan Nix. Regulation, Risk, and Capital Structure. 1991.

454. Westin, Alan F. Putting the "Thousand Points of Lights" Online: National Survey Data Shows the Public Voluntary Association Leaders Are Ready to Use Home and Public-Access Computers to Participate More Actively in Association Affairs. 1991.

455. Westin, Alan and Anne L. Finger. "Executive Summary," Using the Public Library in the Computer Age: Present Patterns, Future Possibilities. 1991.

456. Egan, Bruce. Business Case Analysis of Residential Broadband Networks. 1991.

457. Edited Remarks of Speakers: Broad-band Distribution to the Home: Economics and Public Policy. 1991.

458. Chichilnisky, Graciela. Network and Coalition Formation. 1991.

459. Levin, Harvey J. New Evidence about Spectrum Value and some Policy Implications. 1991.

460. Noam, Eli M. 900 Service as a New Medium. 1991.

461. Kramer, Richard A. Misapplying the Model: The French Minitel and the U.S. Videotex. 1991.

462. Lizotte, Pierre and Tremblay, Gaëtan. Tensions in the Canadian Telecommunications System. 1991.

463. Zhu, Prof. Younong. Telecommunications Development in China: A Perspective from Comparative Economics. 1991.

464. Egan, Bruce L. The Future of Telephone Regulation in the World Community. 1991.

465. Noam, Eli M. Will the Liberalization of Television Strengthen Hollywood Dominance: An Economic Critique of a Popular Argument.1991.

467. Edited Remarks of Speakers: Personal Communications Networks(PCNs): Interconnection with Cable, Telco, and Cellular. 1991.

468. Kramer, Richard A. International Tariffs and Settlements: Barriers to Reform. 1991.

471. Woroch, Glenn A. Technology, Regulation, and the Emergence of Competitive Access Providers. 1991.

509. Gabel, David. A Schumpeterian Analysis of Network Industries. 1991.

581. Nadel, Mark S. U.S. Communications Policymaking: Who & Where. 1991.

584. Egan, Bruce L. The Case For Residential Broadband Telecommunication Networks: Supply-Side Considerations. 1991.

585. Noam, Eli M. Into the Third Century of Free Speech. 1991.

680. Zita, Ken. Enterprise Networking Trends in the Pacific Rim. 1991.

1990

The following working papers (164-214)

are authored by Eli M. Noam as

chapters in Telecommunications in

Europe and Television in Europe.

164. Telecommunications in Iceland. 1988, revised 1990.

165. Television in Iceland. 1988, revised 1990.

166. Telecommunications in Norway. 1988, revised 1990.

167. Television in Norway. 1988, revised 1990.

168. Telecommunications in Austria. 1988, revised 1990.

169. Television in Austria. 1988, revised 1990.

170. Telecommuications in Switzerland. 1988, revised 1990.

171. Television in Switzerland. 1988, revised 1990.

172. Telecommunications in Luxembourg. 1988, revised 1990.

173. Television in Luxembourg. 1988, revised 1990.

174. Telecommunications in Belgium. 1988, revised 1990.

175. Television in Belgium. 1988, revised 1990.

176. Telecommunications in Denmark. 1988, revised 1990.

177. Television in Denmark. 1988, revised 1990.

178. Telecommunications in Ireland. 1988, revised 1990.

179. Television in Ireland. 1988, revised 1990.

180. Telecommunications in Italy. 1988, revised 1990.

181. Telecommunications in Spain. 1988 revised 1990.

182. Television in Spain. 1988 revised 1990.

183. Telecommunications in Portugal. 1988 revised 1990.

184. Television in Portugal. 1988 revised 1990.

185. Television in the Netherlands. 1988, revised 1990.

186. Television in Sweden. 1988, revised 1990.

187. Television in Finland. 1988, revised in 1990.

188. Telecommunications in Germany. 1990.

189. Television in Germany. 1990.

190. Telecommunications in France. 1990.

191. Television in France. 1990.

192. Telecommunications in the United Kingdom. 1990.

193. Television in the United Kingdom. 1990.

194. Telecommunications in Greece. 1988, revised 1990.

195. Telecommunications in Turkey. 1988, revised 1990.

196. Telecommunications in Israel. 1988, revised 1990.

197. Television in Israel. 1988, revised 1990.

198. Television in Turkey. 1988, revised 1990.

199. Television in Greece. 1988, revised 1990.

200. National Culture and the Iron Law of Hollywood Dominance. 1988.

201. Basic Concepts for the New Television Environment. 1988, revised 1990.

202. Three Efforts at European Integration. 1988, revised 1990.

203. Direct Satellite Broadcasting. 1990.

204. The History of French Television. 1988 revised 1990.

205. The Long March to Commercial Television in Germany. 1988, revised 1990.

206. The History of French Television. 1988, revised 1990.

207. The Establishment of French Private Television. 1988, revised 1990.

208. The British Broadcasting Corporation. 1988, revised 1990.

209. The Creation of Independent Television. 1988, revised 1990.

210. The Establishment of Cable Television in Britain. 1998, revised 1990.

211. Television in Italy. 1988, revised 1990.

212. Telecommunications in Netherlands. 1988, revised 1990.

213. Telecommunications in Sweden. 1988, revised 1990.

214. Telecommunications in Finland. 1988, revised 1990.

349. Gabel, David. Divestiture, Spin-Offs, and Technological Change in the Telecommunications Industry: A Property Rights Analysis. 1990.

351. Egan, Bruce L. and Leonard Waverman. The State of Competition in U.S. Telecommunications. 1990.

376. Gabel, David. The History of Federalism in Telecommunications. 1990.

377. Cole, Barry. Innovation and Variation in State Regulation: Are the States Really Acting as Laboratories? 1990.

378. Wenders, John and Bruce Egan. The Costs, In Theory and Actual Practice, of State Regulation. 1990.

379. Megdal, Sharon. The Benefits, In Theory and In Practice, of State Regulation. 1990.

380. Stalon, Charles. Practical Models of Regulatory Federalism From Other Industries. 1990.

381. Teske, Paul. The Policy Roles of State Government Actors Outside the PUCs. 1990.

382. Noam, Eli. Should the 1934 Communications Act Be Changed? 1990.

383. Lewis, Thomas. Armstrong and His Rivals, Sarnoff and DeForest. 1990.

384. Barnouw, Erik. The Early Development of Commercial Radio in the US and the Role of Edwin Armstrong. 1990.

385. Erickson, Donald. Edwin Armstrong: His Life and Behavior in the Face of Adversity. 1990.

386. Schreiber, William. The Role of the Academic Inventor in Todayūs Information Business Environment. 1990.

387. Brittain, James. The Use and Evolution of Armstrongūs Inventions: 1914-1954. 1990.

388. Ducey, Richard. Today's FM Radio Industry and Important Developments for Its Future. 1990.

389. Douglas, Susan. Social and Cultural Forces which Shaped the Content of FM Radio. 1990.

390. Besen, Stanley. Setting Standards and Allocating Frequencies for FM Radio: Theoretical Insights and Policy. 1990.

391. Rosenberg, Maurice. Scientific Expert Testimony and the Courts: Is There Room for vImprovement? 1990.

392. Tunstall, Jeremy, Liberating European Telecommunications: Towards a Global Media Industry. 1990.

394. Egan, Bruce L. Policy Recommendations for the Future US Telecommunications Infrastructure. 1990.

395. Edited Remarks of Speakers: Federal Telecommunications Infrastructure. 1990.

396. Egan, Bruce L. and Douglas Conn. Capital Budgeting Alternatives for Residential Broadband Networks. 1990.

397. Edited Remarks of Speakers: An Examination of Cable Television Overbuilds: Implications for Public Policy. 1990.

398. Edited Remarks of Speakers: Liberating European Communications: Towards a Global Media Industry. 1990.

399. Edited Remarks of Speakers: Overturning the FCC's Computer III Inquiry: Implications for ONA, Regulation and Federal-State Relations. 1990.

400. Edited Remarks of Speakers: International Competitiveness in Telecommunications: Where Does the US Really Stand? 1990.

401. Edited Remarks of Speakers: Leapfrogging Analog HDTV Directly to a Fully Digital Standard: Is a Intermediary Standard Necessary? 1990.

402. Edited Remarks of Speakers: Dividing PTTs into Regulatory and Operating Bodies: Experiences and Problems in Telecommunications Abroad. 1990.

403. Noam, Eli M. The Last Bottlenecks in Communications. 1990.

404. Noam, Eli M. Network Tipping and the Tragedy of the Common Network: A Theory for the Formation and Breakdown of Public Telecommunications Systems. 1990.

405. Noam, Eli M. Beyond ONA: Designing a Modular Network. 1990.

406. Noam, Eli M. Privacy in Telecommunications Services. 1990.

407. Noam, Eli M. Privacy bei Telekommunikationsdiensten. 1990.

408. Noam, Eli M. and Thomas Aust. Common Carriage in Telecommunications: Principles and History. 1990.

409. Noam, Eli M. and Dennis Taratus. New Opportunities for Cable by Interconnection Rules. 1990.

410. Noam, Eli M. Rural Telecommunications from an Urban Perspective. 1990.

411. Noam, Eli M. The Quality of Regulation in Regulating Quality: A Proposal for an Integrated Incentive Approach to Telephone Service Performance. 1990.

412. Noam, Eli M. Implementing ONA: Problems and a Framework for Their Resolution. 1990.

414. Noam, Eli M. El Futuro De La Reglamentacion De Las Telecommunicaciones. 1990.

418. Noam, Eli M. Common Carriage Principles in the New Telecommunications Environment. 1990.

419. Noam, Eli M. Market Power and Freedom of Speech in Telecommunications. 1990.

420. Noam, Eli M. Bottleneck Powers and Freedom of Speech in Telecommunications Networks. 1990.

421. Noam, Eli M. The Evolutionary Stages of Broadcasting. 1990.

422. Noam, Eli M. Telecommunications Policy Tasks for the 1990,s and the Role of the States. 1990.

423. Teske, Paul. Beyond the PUCs: Telecommunications Policy Roles of Other State Actors. 1990.

424. Teske, Paul. An Introduction to the Background of Divestiture. 1990.

425. Einhorn, Michael A. Toward Improved and Practical Incentive Regulation. 1990.

426 Einhorn, Michael A. Incentive Mechanisms for Cost Revelation With Intermodal Competition. 1990.

427. Shapiro, Robert with John Young, Kelly Patterson, Jill Blumenfeld, Douglas Cifu, Sara Offenhartz, and Ted Tsekerides. Media Influences on Candidate Support in Primary Elections: Theory, Method and Some Evidence. 1990.

428. Noam, Eli M. International Telecommunications Services: The Emerging Asymmetry Across the Atlantic and Comparisons of Performance. 1990.

429. Noam, Eli M. The Economics of ISDN Integration. 1990

430. Noam, Eli M. The Political Economy of ISDN. 1990.

431. Noam, Eli M. Value-Added Networks and Services. 1990.

432. Noam, Eli M. Regulatory Tasks for the Future: Interconnectivity in the Pluralist Network. 1990.

433. Noam, Eli M. The Pluralist Telecommunications Network. 1990.

434. Noam, Eli M. Telecommunications in Eastern Europe. 1990.

435. Noam, Eli M. Television in Eastern Europe. 1990.

436. Noam, Eli M. Transatlantic Trade Friction in Telecommunications. 1990.

437. Noam, Eli M. A Model for the Analysis of Broadcast Structures. 1990.

438. Noam, Eli M. Electronic Media and Their Impact. 1990.

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