Telecommunications and Space Journal: Law - Economics - Public Policy, Volume 3, 1996, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Telecommunications and Space Journal

Law - Economics - Public Policy, Volume 3, 1996, 1st Edition

Edited by Lucien Rapp

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368 pages

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Description

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 3. Contents: H. Golberg, Foreword. Part I:Annual Review. L. Rapp, When the Information Highway Does Not Run Through Town…Annual Review 1995-1996. Part II:Hot Topics: Regulating the CyberSpace. D.C. Baarlaer, Privacy in CyberSpace: Real World Solutions to a Virtual World. (Winner of the Best Essay in the Donald McGannon Communication Research Center 1996 Awards for Social and Ethical Relevance in Communication Policy Research.) J. Bing, The Legal Infrastructure for the Trade in Networks of Information Services Related to Intellectual Property. Part III:Forum: The Telecommunications Act of 1996. M.J. Zpevack, The U.S. Legislates Full Telecommunications Competition. C. Sterling, Changing American Telecommunication Law: Assessing the 1996 Amendments. Part IV:Telecommunications Reform: A Worldwide Wave of Change. P. Mallam, Reforms and Opportunities in Australian Telecommunications. T. Johnson, G. McKenna, The Revision of the "Television Without Frontiers" Directive -- A Protracted Process of Conflicting Concerns. L. Rapp, The Policy of Liberalization of Services in Europe: Between Public Service and Universal Service. E. Paul, G. McKenna, Universal Service: The EU Approach. Part V:Emerging Markets: Southern Africa. S. Tavares, Regional Telephone Communications Law and Development in Southern Africa. Part VI:International Issues: Gatt, Nafta, Itu. P. Malanczuk, H. De Vlamm, International Trade in Telecommunications Services and the Results of the Uruguay Round of Gatt. S. Blumenfeld, The International Accounting Rates System: Poised for Change -- or Extinction. J. Gavan, Standardization Measures for Ratio Systems and Space Frequency Bands Nomenclature. Part VII:Space Communication: From the Past to the Future. K. Harvey, Human Rights and Planetary Pressures in the 21st Century Space Communication: Social and Cultural Implications. A.S. Spadoni, The Function of Law and the Role of Technology in the International Relations Among Great Powers. Part VIII:Book Review. L. Rapp, C. Sterling, Book Reviews.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
LAN004000
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Communication Studies