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282. Egan, Bruce L. Towards a Sound Policy for Universal Broadband Networks. 1989.

287. Zupan, Mark A. Should Franchise Bidding Schemes be Employed to Regulate Integrated Broadband Networks. 1989.

291. Kirby, Richard C. International Aspects of Radio Frequency Spectrum Management. 1989.

322. Phillips, Kenneth L. A Large User Perspective On Broadband Telecommunications Service. 1989.

323. Marcus, Michael J. Technical Standards for Broadband Networks and Their Policy Implications. 1989.

324. Wildman, Steven S. and Nancy Y. Lee. Program Choice in a Broadband Environment. 1989.

325. Tracey, Michael. Consumers and the New Communication: An Examinitation of the Future of IBN Markets. 1989.

326. Lehr, William, and Roger Noll. ISDN and the Small User: Regulatory Policy Issues. 1989.

327. Miller, Edythe S. The Implications of the Integrated Broadband Network for Regulatory, Pricing, & Public Policy. 1989

328. Hazlett, Thomas W. CATV: The Impact of Deregulation and the Emerging Technology. 1989.

329. Gabel, David. Technological Change, Contracting and the First Divestiture of AT&T. 1989.

330. Solomon, Richard J. Perspectives on Implementation of Broadband Infrastructure. 1989.

331. Noam, Eli M. Broadbanding the Last 15 Inches and the Regulation of Information Screening. 1989.

332. Noam, Eli M. Emerging Technology and the Potential for New Services. 1989.

333. Economides, Nicholas. Variable Compatibility Without Network Externalities. 1989.

334. Edited Remarks of Speakers: The EC and National Regulation of Satellite Broadcasting. 1989.

335. Carey, John and Martin Elton. Applications of ISDN: International Collaboration in User Research. 1989.

336. Egan, Bruce L. and Lester D. Taylor. Capital Budgeting for Technology Adoption in Telecommunications: The Case of Fiber. 1989.

337. Elton, Martin. The Evolving Social Impact of 911 Services. 1989.

338. Elton Martin and Michael Noll, Uncertainties Relating to Demand for New Broadband Services. 1989.

340. Edited Remarks of Speakers: Principles of Standard Setting in Telecommunications and Computers: Illustrations from ONA and UNIX. 1989.

341. Cole, Barry. State Regulators of Telephone: Similar Goals, Divergent Policies. 1989.

342. Cole, Barry. Framing Future Telecommunications Research: Perspectives of State Policymakers. 1989.

345. Noam, Eli M., Beyond Unbundling. 1989.

346. Noam, Eli M. and Richard A. Cass. Services Trade and Services Regulation in the United States. 1989.

348. Teske, Paul E. Cities, Telecommunications Competition, and Economic Development. 1989.

352. Harrigan, Kathryn Rudie. Restructuring the Data Communications Industry Through Strategic Alliances. 1989.

353. Braman, Sandra. Trade and International Information Policy. 1989.

354. Cole, Barry. The Research Agenda of State Regulators. 1989.

355. Verveer, Phillip. Regulatory and Institutional change in Telecommunicaitons. 1989.

356. Oppenheim, Jerrold. Innovation in Telecommunications: Is the Innovation Brought by Divestiture Worth the Price of Competition? 1989

357. Robinson, Glen. Regulatory and Institutional Changes Since Divestiture. 1989.

358. Sirbu, Marvin. Recent Advances in Network Technology and Their Relationship to Divestiture. 1989.

359. Curry, Rowland. Pre- and Post-Divestiture Service Quality. 1989.

360. Crandall, Robert. Efficiency and Productivity in the Post-Divestiture Era. 1989.

361. Robinson, Kenneth. Issues of International Trade in the Post-Divestiture Era. 1989.

362. Bolter, Walter. Innovation and New Telecommunications Services. 1989.

363. Noll, Roger. Trends in Pricing of Telecommunications Services. 1989.

364. Hendricks, Wallace. The Impact of Divestituture on Labor, Employment, and Wages. 1989.

365. Taylor, William and Lewis Perl. Telephone Penetration and Universal Service in the 1980s. 1989.

366. Edited Remarks of Speakers: Auctioning Television Licenses: The Recent UK White Paper on Broadcasting and Its Implications for the US. 1989.

367. Elton, Matin C.J., Integrated Broadband Networks: Balancing the Risks. 1989.

368. Edited Remarks of Speakers: Access to Dial-It Services: What Really is at Stake? 1989

369. Edited Remarks of Speakers: Recent Developments Towards Deregulation and Issues of Divestiture in Japanese Telecommunications. 1989.

370. Edited Remarks of Speakers: The Movement Towards an Information Society: Development of a Multi-Dimensional Model and Its Implications for Various Countries. 1989.

371. Carey, John. Interactivity and Media in the 1990s. 1989.

372. Schement, Jorge Reina. Porat, Bell, and the Information Society Reconsidered: The Growth of Information Work in the Twentieth Century. 1989.

373. Awerbuch, Shimon. Depreciation and the Regulated Firm. 1989.

374. Westin, Alan F. The Voluntary Sector and Federal Public Information: How is Computerization Affecting Non-Profit Organizations? 1989.

375. Levin, Stanford. The State of Competition in Telecommunications Since 1984. 1989.

413. Noam, Eli M. Regulatory Priorities for the Information Age. 1989.

415. Noam, Eli M. The Role of State Regulation in Telecommunications. 1989.

416. Noam, Eli M. 1992 Won't Happen in 1992: The Integration of European Telecommunications Policy and its Implications for North America. 1989.

417. Noam, Eli M. Broadbanding the Last 20 Inches. 1989.

439. Dutton, William, and Sharon Bywater. To Wire a City, The Political Ecology of a Fiber-to-Home Trial. 1989.


250. Einhorn, Michael A. Price Caps, Deregulation and Bypass Efficiency. 1988.

253. Harrigan, Kathryn Rudie. Implications of Technological Advances in Information Systems for Multinational Corporate Strategic Decision Making. 1988.

265. Edited Remarks of Speakers. Integrated Broadband Networks: Towards a Policy Agenda. 1988.

266. Vedel, Thierry and William H. Dutton. The New Media Politics: Shaping Cable Television Policy in France. 1988.

268. Edited Remarks of Speakers. The Changing Economics of Broadcast and Cable and the Potential Impact of HDTV. 1988.

269. Baker, Robert and David C.H. Park. Integrated Broadband Networks: Ongoing Annotated Bibliography. 1988.

270. Noam, Eli M. Open Network Architecture: The Need for FCC-State Partnership. 1988.

271. Edited Remarks of Speakers. The Overseas Market in Telecommunications Equipment. 1988.

272. Brown, Ralph S. Adherence to the Berne Copyright Convention: The Moral Rights Issue. 1988.

273. Edited Remarks of Speakers. The Evolution of Audience Measurement. 1988.

274. Edited Remarks of Speakers. Developing International Standards for Television Transmission. 1988.

275. Edited Remarks of Speakers. ISDN: What's Holding up Implementation? 1988.

276. Gabel, David. Where Was the White Knight When the Competition Wanted One? An Analysis of the First Major Attempt to Build an Alternative Toll Network. 1988.

277. Levin, Harvey. Latecomer Cost Handicap and Claimstaking in the Orbit Spectrum Resource. 1988.

278. Economides, Nicholas. Sequential Leadership and Social Inefficiency. 1988.

279. Economides, Nicholas. Desirability of Compatibility in the Absence of Network Externalities. 1988.

280. Carey, John. Integrated Broadband Networks: The Market for New Residential Services. 1988.

281. Johansen, Robert and Paul Saffo. Believable Broadband for Businesses: 5 Scenarios. 1988.

283. Jackson, Charles L. Separation of Content from Conduit in Broadcast Services. 1988.

284. Pepper, Robert. Regulatory and Institutional Barriers to Public Broadband Networks. 1988.

285. Sudit, Ephraim F. The Potential Economic Externalities of IBM: A Case for Public Subsidies and Regulatory Reform. 1988.

286. Botein, Michael. The Regulatory Status of Integrated Broadband Networks: A Preliminary Inquiry. 1988.

288. Mercer, Robert A. The Technology of Broadband Network. 1988.

289. Sirbu, Marvin, Frank Ferrante, and David Reed. An Engineering and Policy Analysis of Fiber Introduction into the Residential Subscriber Loop. 1988.

290. Hatfield, Dale. A Critique of Significant Recent Changes in Radio Spectrum Management. 1988.

292. Jansky, Donald M. The Management of the Government's Own Use of the Radio Spectrum. 1988.

293. Goldberg, Henry. The Regulatory Dilemma of Spectrum Management. 1988.

294. Webbink, Douglas W. Spectrum Deregulation and Market Forces. 1988.

295. Hatfield, Dale and Gene Ax. The Opportunity Costs of Spectrum Allocated to High Definition Television. 1988.

296. Aquino, Thomas. The Philippines Telecommunications Industry: Changes and Prospects. 1988.

297. Barr, Trevor. The Australian Telecommunications Environment. 1988.

298. Boonyaketmala, Boonrak. The Political Economy of Thailandžs Telecommunications Policy: An Outline of Contexts, Patterns, Issues. 1988.

299. Charmonman, Srisakdi. Telecommunications in Thailand. 1988.

300. Cowhey, Peter. Public and Private Cooperation on the International Informatics Regime. 1988.

301. Day, Jr., Jerome J. Telecommunications Policy and Practice in Hong Kong. 1988.

302. Dordick, Herbert. Pacific Basin Telecommunications: New Zealand. 1988.

303. Ergas, Henry. International Telecommunications: Australian Perspectives. 1988.

304. Fong, Chan Onn. The Development of the Malaysian Telecommunications System. 1988.

305. Ito, Yoichi and Atsushi Iwata. Historical Review of the Japanese Telecommunications Policies. 1988.

306. Janisch, Hudson and Bohdan Romaniuk. The Canadian Telecommunications Industry: A Study in Caution. 1988.

307. Jussawalla, Meheroo. The Economic and Political Issues of Telecommunications in the Pacific Islands and the Philippines. 1988.

308. Kang, Myung Koo and Kwang Young Choo. Structures and Changes in Korean Telecommunications. 1988.

309. Kuo, Eddie C.Y. Telecommunications in Singapore: Structure and Change. 1988.

310. Liang, Xiong Jian and You Nong Zhu. The Development of Telecommunications in China. 1988.

311. Lowe, Vincent. The Policy Context for Telecommunications Reform in Malaysia: A Case Study. 1988.

312. Mao, Chi-kuo and Fan-tung Tseng. The Historical Development and Present State of China- Taipei's Telecommunications Systems. 1988.

313. Nagai, Susuma. On the Deregulation Process in Japanese Telecommunications. 1988.

314. Nambu, Tsuruhiko. A Comparison of Telecommunications Policies from a Deregulation Aspect. 1988.

315. Noam, Eli M. An Overview of Telecommunications in the United States of America. 1988.

316. Noam, Eli M. Pluralism of Networks and Pluralism in Regulation: The Next Issues in Network Interconnection. 1988.

317. Parapak, Jonathan L. The Development of Telecommunications in Indonesia. 1988.

318. Saunders, A.M., S. C. Goodin, and A.E. Stewart. Telecommunications in New Zeland. 1988.

319. Shih, Chintay, Terry Taihor Huang, and Chien Tsai Hung. Changes in the Environment and the Development of Telecommunications in China-Taipei. 1988.

320. Zita, Ken. Chinese Steps Toward Political and Financial Reform. 1988.

321. Noam, Eli M. The Past Five Years and the Next Five Years: A Look at The Post- Divestiture Network and the Next Regulatory Agenda. 1988.

339. Baker, Robert, Future Video Networks: An Alternative Scenario. 1988.

343. Shapiro, Robert and Benjamin Page. Democracy, Information and the Rational Public. 1988.

344. Mueller, Milton. Open Interconnection and the Economics of Networks: An Analysis and Critique of Current Policy. 1988.

610. Noam, Eli M. Der Einfluss Von Martstruktur und Eintrittsschranken auf die Vielfalt der Fernsehprogramme. 1988

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