Telecommunications & Space Journal 1995: Law-economics-public Policy, Volume 2, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Telecommunications & Space Journal 1995

Law-economics-public Policy, Volume 2, 1st Edition

Edited by Lucien Rapp


360 pages

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pub: 1995-12-01
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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 2. Contents: P. Tarjanne, Foreword. Part I:Annual Review. L. Rapp, Annual Review 1994 in Telecommunications and Space Sectors. Part II:Hot Topics. M. Schmittmann, I. De Vries, An Overview of the Application of European National Competition Law in the Field of Telecommunications. T. Kelly, Universal Service: An Instrument for Regulatory Capture. T. Johnson, S.S. Han, Developments in Access to Space Segment Capacity of International Organisations. Part III:Space Issues. E. Fasan, Telecommunications on Celestial Bodies. Some Legal Problems. A. Spadoni, Earth and Space Dialectics, Sovereignty and the Right to Privacy. S. Gorove, Definitional Issues Pertaining to Space Object. F. Von der Dunk, Loopholes in Liability? Aspects of Liability for Damages Sustained in the Course of Satellite Telecommunications Activities. C. Golda, Legal Regime of Human Activities in Outerspace Law. Part IV:Regulatory Reforms. R. Schultz, Embracing the Future Recent Canadian Telecommunications Decisions. J. Scherer, Regulatory Reform in Germany: Privatizing and Regulating Deutsche Bundespost Telekom. L. Rapp, Toward French Electronic Highways. The New Legal Status of Data Transmissions in France. Part V:Emerging Markets. M. Davies, Recent Developments in Legal Issues in Telecommunications Law in Poland and the Other Countries of Central Europe. A. Cerisola, Regulation of Telecommunications in Uruguay. J.J. Negri, F. Busso, Opportunities in the Argentina Telecommunications' Industry. Part VI:International Organisations. D. Maclean, Global Partnerships for Global Communications: Challenges Facing the New ITU. R. Kröner, ESA's Spider. J. Gavan, Telecommunications and ITU: Suggestions for Changes and Improvements. Part VII:Mobile Communications. S. White, International Regulations of the Radio Frequency Spectrum and Orbital Positions. E. Paul, Regulatory Liberalisation of Mobile Communications in the European Union. Part VIII:Case Study. K. Harvey, Journalistic Culture, Global Free Speech Concerns and Space Communications Issues: A Case Study. Part IX:Appendix. Listing of Law Offices Specializing in the Telecommunications and or Space Sectors.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Telecommunications