Global Telecommunications Policies: The Challenge of Change

Hardcover | July 1, 1993

EditorMeheroo Jussawalla

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Regulatory change has come to characterize global telecommunications in the 1990s. In this timely book, contributors of recognized distinction and knowledge provide a range of perspectives and discuss a variety of approaches to telecommunications issues, providing broad coverage of telecommunications regulatory policies. In its analysis of public policies for deregulating telecommunications services, the work emphasizes the business strategy implications entailed by each public policy. The volume argues that globalization and interdependence are forcing governments to adjust their policies; that technology often eclipses voluntary government policies; and that all multinational corporations, through their investment strategies and R&D efforts, are important actors in regulatory policy, as are national and international agencies.

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Regulatory change has come to characterize global telecommunications in the 1990s. In this timely book, contributors of recognized distinction and knowledge provide a range of perspectives and discuss a variety of approaches to telecommunications issues, providing broad coverage of telecommunications regulatory policies. In its analysi...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:280 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:July 1, 1993Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313288658

ISBN - 13:9780313288654

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?. . . offers a useful collection of 14 papers allowing comparison of changing policies in this field in a number of countries. In light of the increasing pace of change in many countries, this is a useful detailed snapshot of some of what is happening--and why.?-Communication Booknotes