Telecommunications & Space Journal 1994
Law-economics-public Policy, Volume 1
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The growing trend toward deregulation in the telecommunications and space sectors is now forcing managers and policymakers to question traditional practices and to search for new responses including new management tools. Devoted to the major policy and management questions facing the telecommunications and space industry, this publication offers practitioners and academics an international forum for the discussion and analysis of key issues relating to telecommunications and space sectors.
Each year, the Telecommunications & Space Journal proposes a selection of articles covering all the major sectors of the industry and dealing with the latest developments in the following areas -- policy and regulation, finance and economics, strategic issues, scope and trends, operations, emerging markets, management, legal materials, and litigation.
Table of Contents
Volume 1. Contents: L. Rapp, Foreword: Toward the Information Age... Part I:Governmental Policies in Telecommunications and Space. B. Lasserre, The Role of Regulation in Telecommunications: From the "Opening to Competition" to the "Regulating of Competition." P. Malanczuk, Ten Years of European Telecommunications Law and Policy. M. Bissett, Empowering the Telecommunications Regulators in Central and Eastern Europe. R.H. Levin, Long Distance Competition in the State Jurisdiction: Regenerating the BOC Monopoly with Extended Area Service. Part II:Regulatory Issues in Telecommunications and Space. I.H. Diedericks-Verschoor, Legal Aspects Affecting Telecommunications Activities in Space. A.H.A. Keenleyside, Satellite Telecommunications -- Recent Canadian Developments. R.B. Rich, N.L. Steindhal, R.W. Tritell, Pan European Licencing of Music Performing Rights: Challenges, Opportunities, and a Comparative Look at US Experience. I. De Villiers Lessing, South Africa: Recent Developments in Space Law. Part III:Economics and Corporate Strategies in Telecommunications and Space. E. Marissens, A New Belgian Regulatory Environment in the Telecommunications Sector (Including an Analysis of the Belgian Law of March 21, 1991). L. Rapp, The Privatization of France Telecom: Some Legal Aspects. K.J. Kraatz, The Regulatory Framework of Satellite Communications in Germany. M. Gioscia, R. Caiazzo, L. Curran, Recent Development in Telecommunications in Italy: Privatization and Liberalisation. J. Saunders, L. Fergusson, Cable Communications: The Scottish Angle. M. Geus, Stages in the Privatization of National Telecom Operators. L. Tengroth, C. Johan af Petersens, The Swedish Approach to Telecom Liberalization. Part IV:Emerging Markets in Telecommunications and Space. W.D. Stuber, Investments in Telecommunications in Brazil. N. Herrera, History of the Frustrated Privatisation of a Telecom Company (Antel Uruguay). M. Bomchil, The Privatization of the Telecommunications Business in Argentina. Part V:Banking Insurance and Litigation in Telecommunications and Space. S. Miyazaki, Y. Fujikawa, Recent Satellite Insurance and Its Difficulties. C. Eadie, Satellite Transponders Agreements. K-H. Böckstiegel, W. Stoffel, Private Outer Space Activities and Dispute Settlement. Part VI:Book Review. C.H. Sterling, American Books on Telecommunication Policy: 1990-1993.