28th European Regional ITS Conference, Passau 2017

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28th European Regional ITS Conference (Passau 2017)
Passau, Germany, 30th July – 2nd August 2017

"Competition and Regulation in the Information Age"

The information age, where information and data have become a crucial good and production factor, has brought about several business disruptions in the telecommunications and media industries. This includes the phenomenon of digital convergence, which has caused the boundaries between traditionally distinct regulatory realms, such as communications and media services but also between communications and information services, to become blurred. This has not only fundamentally changed how we communicate, and how we consume (digital) goods, but possibly also implies fundamental changes on how these markets should be regulated. In this vein, new business models and regulation associated with digital convergence also bring about several opportunities and challenges, e.g., for designing a smarter world (e.g., in the context of smart cities and smart grids), for closing the digital divide (e.g., zero-rated information services), or for empowering and protecting consumers (e.g., consumer privacy). The 28th European Regional ITS Conference aims to address these and related issues, from a regulatory as well as a consumer and firm perspective, as well as their implications for Europe’s dynamic information and telecommunications market. It brings together academics, policy makers, users and operators to discuss opportunities and challenges for the evolution of the European information infrastructure and its role in the wider world.

Publikationen (sortiert nach Titel in absteigender Richtung): 21 bis 40 von 63
2017 Telecommunications Policy: An evaluation of 40 years' research historyKwon, Youngsun; Kwon, Joungwon
2017 A public R&D resource allocation model for 5G mobile industry in KoreaKim, Suwon; Nam, Chan-gi; Lee, Sangwoo; Kim, Seongcheol
2017 The Rise of Broadband as an Essential Utility and Emergent Concepts in Universal Access in Advanced Economies: Perspectives from CanadaRajabiun, Reza
2017 The beta in the WACC for regulated fixed and mobile telecommunica-tions services: Its role and robust estimationSchmitt, Stephan; Neu, Werner
2017 A Conjoint Analysis on e-book Market in JapanUeda, Masashi
2017 Communications Act 2021Lehr, William; Sicker, Douglas
2017 Mobile communications: On standards, classifications and generationsTadayoni, Reza; Henten, Anders; Sørensen, Jannick
2017 Regional Telecommunications Policy and ASEAN's response to Convergence and Over-the-top (OTT) servicesJirakasem, Monarat; Mitomo, Hitoshi
2017 The Future of International Radio Regulations: Transformation Towards SharingEl-Moghazi, Mohamed; Whalley, Jason; Irvine, James
2017 Impact of competition and regulation on prices of mobile services: Evidence from FranceGrzybowski, Lukasz; Nicolle, Ambre; Zulehner, Christine
2017 When, where and why we use the mobile app? A study on the use contexts for the mobile appZhang, Aihua; Yin, Junwan; Yuan, Bo; Kong, Ying
2017 Data Portability on the Internet: An Economic AnalysisWohlfarth, Michael
2017 Economic aspects of embedded SIM for the telecommunications consumer segmentWernick, Christian; Gries, Christin Isabel
2017 Who "owns" the cloud? An empirical study of cloud governance in cloud computing in GhanaWireko, Joseph Kofi; Azumah, Kenneth Kwame
2017 The involvement of utilities in the development of broadband infrastructure: A comparison of EU case studiesGerli, Paolo; Van der Wee, Marlies; Verbrugge, Sofie; Whalley, Jason
2017 Internet Governance: The visible and the invisible handLindeberg, Fredrik
2017 Incentives for investment in fast broadband: How much can be expected from the proposed European Code?Marcus, J. Scott; Bocarova, Veronica; Petropoulos, Georgios
2017 Government involvement and learning in business model experimentation: NGA deployment in rural areas in the NetherlandsLelie, T.; Sadowski, B.; Brennenreadts, R.; Smits, J.
2017 The importance of value creation in smart city initiatives: An ecosystem approachOomens, Ivette M. F.; Sadowski, Bert M.
2017 How stable is the internet to malign or economic interference?Lindeberg, Fredrik
Publikationen (sortiert nach Titel in absteigender Richtung): 21 bis 40 von 63
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