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Editors: Shampine, Allan L. (Lexecon Inc.)
Book Description:
In recent years, regulators and businesses have struggled to keep pace with an onslaught of new technologies that has dramatically changed the world’s telecommunications networks. This book gathers together research intended for those who must grapple with these changes – the people who must decide whether and how to deploy new telecommunications technologies, and those who must regulate the technologies. The research is divided into three sections focusing on the past, present and future of telecommunications innovations. The first section, Lessons from the Past, examines what lessons concerning adoption and regulation can be learned by studying the diffusion of recent telecommunications technologies. The second section, Decision Making with Respect to Diffusing Technologies, examines possible improvements to the decision-making processes used by companies and regulators in the face of limited information and dynamic markets. The final section, Public Policy and Future Diffusion, examines public policy implications for future technologies.

Table of Contents:
Overview (Allan L. Shampine); LESSONS FROM THE PAST: The Evolution of Advanced Large Scale Information Infrastructure in the United States (Shane M. Greenstein, Northwestern University; Mercedes M. Lizardo, Instituto Tecnologico de Santo Domingo; Pablo T. Spiller, University of California, Berkeley); The Evolution of Telecommunications Switching in the Central Office (Allan L. Shampine); Network Competition and Subscriber Bandwagons: The Case of the Taiwan Mobile Phone Industry (Wayne Fu, Nanyang Technological University); DECISION MAKING WITH RESPECT TO DIFFUSING TECHNOLOGIES: The Demand for Broadband Service: Willingness to Pay and Price Elasticities (Paul Rappoport, Temple University; Lester D. Taylor, University of Arizona; Donald J. Kridel, University of Missouri at St. Louis); Technological Change and First-Class Letter Mail (Peter Bernstein, RCF Consulting Inc.); Broadband Adoption in the United States: An Empirical Analysis (David E. Burnstein, LECG, Inc; Debra J. Aron, Northwestern University); PUBLIC POLICY AND FUTURE DIFFUSION: The Tragic Inefficiency of the M-ECPR (Nicholas Economides, New York University); The $500 Billion Opportunity: The Potential Economic Benefit of Widespread Diffusion of Broadband Internet Access (Robert W. Crandall, Brookings Institution; Charles L. Jackson, Jackson Telecom Consulting); Appendix 1-3; Broadband Deployment: Toward a More Fully Integrated Policy Perspective (Johannes M. Bauer, Junghyun Kim and Steven S. Wildman, Michigan State University); Index.

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2003
   ISBN: 1-59033-778-6
   Status: AV
  
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