Telecommunication Markets

Brigitte Preissl, Justus Haucap, and Peter Curwen Telecommunications markets are commonly assumed to have a high ... New technical developments offer opportunities to move into a world of exciting new communication-based services.

Telecommunication Markets

Telecommunication markets are characterized by a dynamic development of technology and market structures. The specific features of network-based markets, convergence of previously separate spheres and the complex task of market regulation put traditional theoretical approaches as well as current regulatory policies to the test. This book sheds light on some of the challenges ahead. It covers a vast range of subjects from the intricacies of market regulation to new markets for mobile and internet-related services. The diffusion of broadband technology and the emergence of new business strategies that respond to the technological and regulatory challenges are treated in the book’s 24 chapters.

Collaboration in the Australian and Chinese Mobile Telecommunication Markets

7.1 Introduction The Australian mobile telecommunications market is a mature market in terms of industry structure and content integration. The Australian mobile telecommunication market, like most mobile telecommunicate markets in the ...

Collaboration in the Australian and Chinese Mobile Telecommunication Markets

A major objective of this book is to identify the key determinants of successful inter-firm collaborations in the telecommunications industry in Australia and China, utilizing both qualitative and quantitative research methods as complementary methodologies. The findings will provide essential information and suggestions for businesses, researchers and policy makers and shed light on how to concretely improve the performance of business collaborations. Inter-firm collaboration has become increasingly important in the global economy, as firms now rely on collaborations to access new resources, new technologies, skills, the latest market information, new markets and knowledge, to accelerate innovation, to reduce costs, and to overcome government policy barriers.

Toward A Competitive Telecommunication Industry

The formation of alliances and other forms of collaboration also impact the patterns and intensity of the emerging forms of competition in global telecommunication markets (Gomes-Casseres, 1994). THE ANATOMY OF TELECOM GLOBALIZATION The ...

Toward A Competitive Telecommunication Industry

Providing an authoritative perspective on the best current research regarding telecommunication policy, this book is based on the 22nd Annual Telecommunications Policy Research Conference. The papers focus on the critical policy issues created by increasing competition in the industry. The book contains a careful analysis of local competition and interconnection, international competition, universal service issues, the Internet and emerging new methods of communication, and the first amendment problems created by changing telecommunication technology. It brings together -- in a convenient form -- a wide range of important scholarship on telecommunication policy that otherwise would require extensive research into a variety of journals, government filings, and unpublished papers.

Transforming Global Information and Communication Markets

See Maria Behrens and Raymund Werle, “Lobbying for global telecommunication markets? The political activities of dominant providers in the EU and the US during the basic telecommunication negotiations of the WTO,” paper presented at ...

Transforming Global Information and Communication Markets

Innovation in information and communication technology (ICT) fuels the growth of the global economy. How ICT markets evolve depends on politics and policy, and since the 1950s periodic overhauls of ICT policy have transformed competition and innovation. For example, in the 1980s and the 1990s a revolution in communication policy (the introduction of sweeping competition) also transformed the information market. Today, the diffusion of Internet, wireless, and broadband technology, growing modularity in the design of technologies, distributed computing infrastructures, and rapidly changing business models signal another shift. This pathbreaking examination of ICT from a political economy perspective argues that continued rapid innovation and economic growth require new approaches in global governance that will reconcile diverse interests and enable competition to flourish. The authors (two of whom were architects of international ICT policy reforms in the 1990s) discuss this crucial turning point in both theoretical and practical terms.

Monopolization and Competition in the Telecommunication Industry

AT & T commands substantial portions of both domestic and overseas telecommunications markets . Consequently , AT & T's entry into the non - voice markets would seriously jeopardize the ability of the record carriers to obtain a ...

Monopolization and Competition in the Telecommunication Industry


Market Entry Strategies of Foreign Telecom Companies in India

The telecommunication markets in Europe, North America and Australia are currently changing from growth to saturation or even to decline. The results are fierce competition and strongly reduced profit rates. The situation in developing ...

Market Entry Strategies of Foreign Telecom Companies in India

Kiruba Jeyaseeli Benjamin Levi highlights why the Indian telecom market is so attractive to foreign investors. She describes the rules and regulations for telecoms in India, and examines the reasons for success and failure of the foreign telecom companies in India. She identifies the prime sectors of the Indian telecom market for investment and provides recommendations to foreign companies intending to enter the Indian telecom market.

The Telecommunication Industry

... which in turn would open up important business opportunities for the telecommunication industry in ECE member countries . The relative distribution of the demand for various types of telecommunication services in countries with high ...

The Telecommunication Industry


A STUDY ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AND RETENTION IN THE TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE NEW JUABEN MUNICIPALITY

2.3 TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY IN GHANA ''The Telecommunications Industry in Ghana has been on a very progressive journey and it has covered a great distance in a very short period of time '' as described by Amoafo-Yeboah in the online ...

A STUDY ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AND RETENTION IN THE TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY  AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE NEW JUABEN MUNICIPALITY


Transport Post and Telecommunication Industry

... termination date for periods not exceeding one year Turnover Turnover includes : Transport , post and telecommunication industry , 2010 General information Statistics South Africa 21 P7000 General information Electronic services A.

Transport  Post and Telecommunication Industry


China Telecom 2000 Vol 5 Data Market and Opportunities

... information products Telecommunications Bureau Director: Zhang Chunjiang Deputy Director: Chang Xiaoping, Zhou Baoxin, Wang Xiujun • Formulates development plans, policies and measures for the telecommunication industry • Exercises ...

China Telecom 2000  Vol  5  Data Market and Opportunities


Introduction to Mobile Communications Technology Services Markets

The book also examines how mobile communications are evolving in order to meet the changing needs of users.

Introduction to Mobile Communications  Technology  Services  Markets

The traditionally separate Fixed, Mobile, and Internet sectors have been evolving recently toward a single sector, offering numerous implications for those involved in technology and business. It is therefore essential for telecommunication professionals to get a keen grasp of where the industry is heading. Providing a solid foundation in the industry, Introduction to Mobile Communications: Technology, Services, Markets explores the core requirements of modern mobile telecommunications-from markets to technology. It explains how wireless systems work, how mobility is supported, the underlying infrastructure, and what interactions are needed among the different functional components. The book also examines how mobile communications are evolving in order to meet the changing needs of users. The information provided in the book comes primarily from the four core modules of the Certificate in Mobile Communications Distance Learning program run by the Informa Telecoms Academy in London. Designed by a highly experienced training development team, the program examines the complex and fascinating world of mobile communications. Designed to give a broad picture of mobile communications, the book provides an excellent grounding for those involved in both business and engineering-leaving them much better equipped to fulfill roles within their current or prospective companies

How America Got On line

In its interdisciplinary reach, the book examines engineering, judicial, legislative, and administrative developments as well as the internal policies and external relations of firms such as AT & T. Finally, and with appropriate caution, ...

How America Got On line

The telecommunications industry is the most dynamic sector of the U.S. economy and a driving force of economic and social change worldwide. In this study of the interplay of technological innovation, entrepreneurship, and public policy, the author of Wrong Number: The Breakup of AT & T traces the telecommunication industry's evolution from the invention of the telegraph to the introduction of the web. In the process he shows how once discrete communications sectors have converged in a new hypercommunications structure that is reshaping the world economy. In its interdisciplinary reach, the book examines engineering, judicial, legislative, and administrative developments as well as the internal policies and external relations of firms such as AT & T. Finally, and with appropriate caution, the author attempts to assess the probable future impact of telecommunications on public life.

Myanmar Telecommunication Industry Business Opportunities Handbook Strategic Information and Regulations

Dominican Republic Telecom Industry Business and Investment Opportunities Handbook 32. Dubai Telecom Industry Business and Investment Opportunities Handbook 33. Ecuador Telecom Industry Business and Investment Opportunities Handbook 34.

Myanmar Telecommunication Industry Business Opportunities Handbook   Strategic Information and Regulations

Myanmar Telecommunication Industry Business Opportunities Handbook

Macao Telecommunication Industry Business Opportunities Handbook Strategic Information Regulations Opportunities

Guide Macao Taxation Laws and Regulations Handbook Macao Telecom Laws and Regulations Handbook Macao Telecommunication Industry Business Opportunities Handbook Macao Transportation Policy and Regulations Handbook Macao Starting Business ...

Macao Telecommunication Industry Business Opportunities Handbook   Strategic Information  Regulations  Opportunities

Macao Telecommunication Industry Business Opportunities Handbook

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Telecommunications in China

This book explains the history, current situation, market size and technological level of China's telecommunication industry in detail.

Telecommunications in China

This book explains the history, current situation, market size and technological level of China's telecommunication industry in detail. It also provides an introduction to the main operators in China and their respective market shares and network technologies. Information about major equipment manufacturing enterprises and their major products is also provided, and their competitive strengths are analyzed. Finally, the book describes the evolution of China's telecommunication regulatory regime, the changes in telecommunication policies and the reform of regulatory practices. The impact of these reform measures is then briefly evaluated.

Global Markets and Government Regulation in Telecommunications

Regulatory Environment: Main Regulatory Developments The Czech regulator, the Czech Telecommunications Office (Cesky Telekomunikacvni Ufad, CTU), was officially given a new mandate in 2005. The CTU has acted in the market by issuing ...

Global Markets and Government Regulation in Telecommunications

In recent years, liberalization, privatization and deregulation have become commonplace in sectors once dominated by government-owned monopolies. In telecommunications, for example, during the 1990s, more than 129 countries established independent regulatory agencies and more than 100 countries privatized the state-owned telecom operator. Why did so many countries liberalize in such a short period of time? For example, why did both Denmark and Burundi, nations different along so many relevant dimensions, liberalize their telecom sectors around the same time? Kirsten L. Rodine-Hardy argues that international organizations – not national governments or market forces – are the primary drivers of policy convergence in the important arena of telecommunications regulation: they create and shape preferences for reform and provide forums for expert discussions and the emergence of policy standards. Yet she also shows that international convergence leaves room for substantial variation among countries, using both econometric analysis and controlled case comparisons of eight European countries.