: Architectural Framework for Large-Scale Multicast in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.
A. Michael Noll
: Voice vs Data: Estimates of Media Usage and Network Traffic.
: The Role of Incentives for Opening Monopoly Markets: Comparing GTE and BOC Cooperation with Local Entrants.
: Is There a There There: Towards Greater Certainty for Internet Jurisdiction.
Janet van der Linden
: Assigning Satisfaction Values to Constraints: An Algorithm to Solve Dynamic Meta-Constraints.
Douglas W. Webbink
: Communications Convergence, Spectrum Use and Regulatory Constraints, Or Property Rights, Flexible Spectrum Use and Satellite v. Terrestrial Uses and Users.
: Exact Complexity of Exact-Four-Colorability.
: Modelling Semantic Association and Conceptual Inheritance for Semantic Analysis.
Milton L. Mueller
: Competing DNS Roots: Creative Destruction or Just Plain Destruction?
, Dieter Roller
: Relevant Knowledge First - Reinforcement Learning and Forgetting in Knowledge Based Configuration.
: Revenge of the Bell Heads: How the Net Heads Lost Control of the Internet.
Sean F. Ennis
: Competition and Price Dispersion in International Long Distance Calling.
Mark A. Lemley
: Antitrust, Intellectual Property and Standard-Setting Organizations.
Barbara A. Cherry
: Crisis of Public Utility Deregulation and the Unrecognized Welfare State.
Zixiang (Alex) Tan
: Product Cycle, Wintelism, and Cross-national Production Networks (CPN) for Developing Countries-- China's Telecom Manufacturing Industry as A Case.
: Between a rock and a hard place: assessing the application of domestic policy and South Africa's commitments under the WTO'S Basic Telecommunications Agreement.
: Competition and Commons: The Post-Telecom Act Public Interest, in and after the AOLTW Merger.
Walter S. Baer
: Signing Initiative Petitions Online: Possibilities, Problems and Prospects.
Rekha S. Jain
, Pinaki Das
: A Framework for Assessing Universal Service Obligations: A Developing Country Perspective.
Derrick L. Cogburn
: Globalization and Governance in Cyberspace: Mapping the Processes of Emergent Regime Formation in Global Information and Communications Policy.
V. Brian Viard
: Do Switching Costs Make Markets More or Less Competitive?: The Case of 800-Number Portability.
, G. Hearn
, S. Dann
: Profiling Internet Users' Participation in Social Change Agendas: An application of Q methodology.
: India Attempts to Give a Jump-start to its Derailed Telecommunications Liberalization Process.
: Universal service, specific services on generic networks, some logic begins to emerge in the policy area.
: On the Use of Vickrey Auctions for Spectrum Allocation in Developing Countries.
: Second-Level Digital Divide: Mapping Differences in People's Online Skills.
: Networks Unplugged: Towards A Model of Compatibility Regulation Between Information Platforms.
: National Information Infrastructure Development in Canada and the U.S.: Redefining Universal Service and Universal Access in the Age of Techno-Economic Convergence.
Charles N. Davis
: Electronic Access to Information and the Privacy Paradox: Rethinking :'Practical Obscurity'.
John B. Horrigan
: The Internet and Community Networks: Case Studies of Five U.S. Cities.
: Value of Usage and Seller's Listing Behavior in Internet Auctions.
Peter P. Swire
: What Should be Hidden and Open in Computer Security: Lessons from Deception, the Art of War, Law, and Economic Theory.
: E PLURIBUS ENUM: Unifying International Telecommunications Networks and Governance.
: Is the Commercial Mass Media Necessary, or Even Desirable, for Liberal Democracy?
: Open Access to Monopoly Cable Platforms Versus Direct Access To Competitive International Telecommunications Satellite Facilities: A Study In Contrasts.
: Competition and Globalization Brazilian Telecommunications Policy at Crossroads.
Robert B. Horwitz
: 'Negotiated Liberalization': Stakeholder Politics and Communication Sector Reform in South Africa.
David J. Phillips
: The Influence of Policy Regimes on the Development and Social Implications of Privacy Enhancing Technologies.
Zixiang (Alex) Tan
: Comparison of Wireless Standards-Setting --United States Versus Europe.
Eli M. Noam
: The Next Frontier for Openness: Wireless Communications.
: Leveraging Software, Advocating Ideology: Free Software and Open Source.
: Universal Service in times of Reform: Affordability and accessibility of telecommunication services in Latin America.
: Standards and Intellectual Property Rights in the Age of Global Communication - A Review of the International Standardization of Third-Generation Mobile System.
Johannes M. Bauer
: Spectrum auctions, pricing and network expansion in wireless telecommunications.
: Efficient Choice, Inefficient Democracy? The Implications of Cable and Internet Access for Political Knowledge and Voter Turnout.
Scott C. Forbes
: Elusive Threats: Security Weaknesses of Commercial Cellular Networks.
: Digital Arroyos: An Examination of State Policy and Regulated Market Boundaries in Constructing Rural Internet Access.
Mark S. Nadel
: The Consumer Product Selection Process in an Internet Age: Obstacles to Maximum Effectiveness & Policy Options.
: Prospects for Improving Competition in Mobile Roaming.
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