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7. Noam, Eli M. Monopoly and Productivity in Cable Television. 1985.

31. Baer, Walter S. Telephone and Cable Companies: Rivals or Partners in Video Distribution? 1985.

38. Noam, Eli M. Office Networks and Private Cable: The žNew" Local Communications. 1985.

49. Noam, Eli M. A Local Regulator's Rewards for Conformity in Policy. 1985.

64. Von Bibra, D.H. Why DBS for Australia? 1985.

65. Noam, Eli M. The New Local Communications. 1985.

66. Lawrence, Colin and Robert P. Shay. Technology and Financial Intermediation in a Multiproduct Banking Firm: An Econometric Study of U.S. Banks, 1979-1982 1985.

67. Berger, Allen M. and David B. Humphrey. The Role of Interstate Banking in the Diffusion of Electronic Payments Technology. 1985.

68. Horvitz, Paul M. Technological Innovation: Implications for Regulation of Financial Institutions. 1985.

69. Townsend, Robert M. Economic Organization with Limited Communication. 1985.

70. Kane, Edward J. Regulatory Policy for a Changing Financial Services Industry. 1985.

72. Ginzberg, Eli. Services: Certainties and Uncertainties. 1985.

73. Scheffler, Richard M. Information Technology and the U.S. Health Care Industry: A New Direction. 1985.

74. Young, David N. Technology Impacts on the Structure of the Insurance Industry. 1985.

75. Phillips, Almarin and Mitchell Berlin. Technology and Financial Service: Regulatory Problems In a Deregulated Environment. 1985.

76. Feketekuty, Geza and Kathryn Hauser. The Impact of Information Technology in Trade in Services. 1985.

77. Jonscher, Charles. The Impact of Information Technology on the Economy: Problems of Modelling and Measurement. 1985.

78. Sternlieb, George and James M. Hughes. A Note on Information Technology, Demographics and the Retail Response. 1985.

79. Baumol, William J. Information Technology and the Service Sector: A Feedback Process? 1985.

80. Hoffman, Donna L. An Argument for Qualitative Ratings. 1985.

81. Drake, William. Canada-U.S.: Free Data Services Zone? 1985.

83. Botein, Michael and Erwin Krasnow. New Video Technologies in the United States: Regulatory and Intellectual Property Considerations. 1985.

84. Botein, Michael and Erwin Krasnow. U.S. Regulatory Treatment of New Video Technology, in FILM exchange. 1985.

85. Botein, Michael and Erwin Krasnow. The Ambiguous Nature of the New Cable Act, in New York Law Journal. 1985.

86. Botein, Michael and Erwin Krasnow. Cable Television and the First Amendment, in Communications and the Law. 1985.

88. Nadel, Mark S. Cablespeech for Whom? 1985.

89. Botein, Michael and Eli M. Noam. The Aftermath of the AT&T Divestiture: A Status Report. 1985.

90. Noam, Eli M. The "New" American DBS: The Entry of Cable Television. 1985.

92. Koch, Marianne J., David Levin, and Donna Sockell. The Determinants of Bargaining Structure: The AT&T Divestiture Case. 1985.

93. Cornfield, Daniel B. Women in the Automated Office: Computers, Work and Prospects for Unionization. 1985.

94. Drazin, Robert and Robert J. Kazajian. Implementing Computer Based Manufacturing Innovations. 1985.

95. Gladstein, Deborah L. and David Caldwell. Management Issues for New Product Teams in High Technology Companies. 1985.

96. Fossum, John A. and Richard D. Arvey. Skills Obsolescence: Individual, Organizational, and Market Definitions and Implications. 1985.

97. Bartel, Ann and Frank Lichtenberg. The Introduction of New Technology and the Demand for Educated Workers. 1985.

98. Bellace, Janice R. Regulating the Telecommuter Workforce: Implications for Employment Law in the '90s. 1985.

99. Batten, Dick. Work, New Technology and Social Change: The Impact of New Technology on Workplace Control and Worker Compensation. 1985.

100. Goldschmidt, Douglas. The Costs of Satellite Telecommunications Systems for Rural Applications. 1985.

101. Goldschmidt, Douglas. A Review and Evaluation of the Technology Used in the AID Rural Satellite Program. 1985.

102. Goldschmidt, Douglas. INTELSAT's Proposed Transponder Sale: Rational Business Strategy or Monopoly Abuse? 1985.

104. Levin, Harvey J. In Search of Common Pool Behavior--the Case of Redundant Satellite Capacity. 1985.

105. Levin, Harvey J. Latecomer Cost Handicap in Satellite Communications. 1985.

107. Noam, Eli M. The Rivalry Between the Traditional Media, Books, Films, and the Electronic Media. 1985.

108. Koenig, Michael. Information Systems and State III, the Management Ramifications. 1985.

109. Moss, Mitchell L. The Telecommunications Infrastructure in the City of New York. 1985.

112. Gibbs, Ellen. Seminar Presentation, Valuation of Media Properties. 1985.

113. Willig, Robert. Seminar Presentation: Analysis of Long Distance Issues. 1985.

114. Pearce, Alan. Seminar Presentation: Implementing Computer III in a Post Divestiture Environment. 1985.

131. Page, Benjamin I., Robert Y.Shapiro, and Glenn R. Dempsey. What Moves Public Opinion? 1985.

146. Yu, Frederick T.C. Where is Mass Communication Research Going. 1985.

254. Harrigan, Kathryn Rudie. Restructuring Industries Through Strategic Alliances. 1985.


1. Noam, Eli M. Economies of Scale and Regulation in CATV. 1984.

2. Noam, Eli M. Electronic Publishing and Information Flows: Europe and the U.S. in Conflict. 1984.

18. Pool, Ithiel de Sola. Problems of Access In Electronic Publishing and Cable Television. 1984.

19. Stern, Jill Abeshouse, Erwin G. Krasnow, and R. Michael Senkowski. The New Video Marketplace and the Search for a Coherent Regulatory Philosophy. 1984.

20. Brown, Donald J. and Geoffrey M. Heal. The Optimality of Regulated Pricing: A General Equilibrium Analysis. 1984.

21. Lawrence, Colin, and Pablo T. Spiller. Market Structure, International Trade and Technological Diffusion: A Theoretical Analysis. 1984.

22. Noam, Eli M. Economies of Scale and Scope in Cable Television. 1984.

23. Geller, Henry. The Role of Future Regulation: Licensing, Spectrum Allocation, Content, Access, Common Carrier, and Rates. 1984.

24. Botein, Michael. The FCC's Regulation of the New Video Technologies: Backing and Filling on the Level Playing Field. 1984.

25. Wildman, Steven S. and Bruce M. Owen. Program Competition and Diversity In the New Video Industry. 1984.

26. Henry, Jane B. The Economics of Pay TV Media. 1984.

27. Levy, D. Jonathan and K. Peter Pitsch. Statistical Evidence of Substitutability Among Video Delivery Systems. 1984.

28. Bloch, Harry and Michael O. Wirth. The Broadcasters: The Future Role of Local Stations and the Three Networks. 1984.

29. Schafer, Helmut. A European View of Competition and Control In a MultiMedia Society. 1984.

30. Jouhy, Ernest. New Media in the Third World. 1984.

32. Waterman, David. Prerecorded Home Video and the Distribution of Theatrical Feature Films. 1984.

33. Thorpe, Kenneth. The Impact of Competing Technologies on Cable Television. 1984.

34. White, Lawrence J. Antitrust and Video Markets: The Merger of Showtime and The Movie Channel as a Case Study. 1984.

35. Besen, Stanley M. and Leland L. Johnson. Regulation of Broadcast Station Ownership: Evidence and Theory. 1984.

36. Noam, Eli M. Telecommunications Policy on the Two Sides of the Atlantic: Divergence and Outlook. 1984.

37. Noam, Eli M. The Impact of American Telecommunications Policy on Europe. 1984.

39. Noam, Eli M. Private Sector Monopolies: The Case of Cable Television Franchises. 1984.

40. Noam, Eli M. American Deregulation in Telecommunications and its Implications for Western Europe. 1984.

41. Anderson, Daniel R., and Diane E. Field. Online and Offline Assessment of the Television Audience. 1984.

42. Hoffman, Donna L. Program Impact: The Key Measure of Audience Response. 1984.

43. Garrick, George. A Case for a Shift From Demographics in Targeting to the Empirical Correlation of TV Viewing with Product Purchasing. 1984.

44. Roberts, Elizabeth J. Program Appeal and Program Impact: A New Approach to Qualitative Ratings. 1984.

45. Delaney, Thomas F. Utilizing New Developments in Audience Research in Buying Television Advertising. 1984.

46. Spaeth, James. Commercial Audience: The "Right" Measure of Advertising Value. 1984.

48. Noam, Eli M. Market Power and Regulation: A Simultaneous Approach. 1984.

50. Hirsch, Mario. Public Versus Private Broadcasting in Europe: False Issues, Real Challenges. 1984.

51. Christol, Carl Q. International Satellite Activity the Search for a Stable Regulatory Framework. 1984.

52. Dizard, Wilson P. Space WARC and the Role of International Satellite Networks a Discussion Paper on American Strategy. 1984.

53. Downing, John D.H. Competition and Cooperation in Satellite Communication: The Soviet Union. 1984.

54. Evans, W.M. Canada's Space Policy. 1984.

55. Goldschmidt, Douglas, The Entry of new Satellite Carriers in International Communications: Some Interests of Developing Nations. 1984.

56. Hirsch, Mario. The Doldrums of Europe's TV Landscape. 1984.

57. Hudson, Heather E. Access to Information Resources: the Developmental Context of the Space WARC. 1984.

58. Maddox, Brenda. The Theology of Satellite Television. 1984.

59. Montgomery, William H. A Perspective On the 1985 Space Conference ORB-85. 1984.

60. Pelton, Joseph N. Intelsat: Responding to New Challenges. 1984.

61. Snow, Marcellus S. Competition by Private Carriers in International Commercial Satellite Traffic: Conceptual and Historical Backround. 1984.

62. Vizas, Christopher J. The Reality of Change: Satellite Technology, Economics, and Institutional Resistance. 1984.

63. Weingarten, Fred W. Research and Development Policy in the United States: Implications for Satellite Communications. 1984.

71. Nadel, Mark S. Electrifying the First Amendment. 1984.

87. Botein, Michael and Erwin Krasnow. Cable Television Franchising and the Anti-Trust Laws: A Preliminary Analysis of Substantive Standards. 1984.

106. Levin, Harvey J. The Political Economy of Orbit Spectrum Leasing. 1984.

* Designates a special report. Working papers are free to CITI affiliates. Academic and nonprofit rates: $10 per regular paper, $15 for special papers. All others: $30 per regular paper, special papers $100.

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