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.

Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 41 to 60 of 63
Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2017 Interconnection and PrioritizationBaake, Pio; Sudaric, Slobodan
2017 An analysis of the structure, actors and interrelationships producing Luxembourg's ICT ecosystemBinsfeld, Nico; Whalley, Jason; Pugalis, Lee
2017 Network sharing and 5G in Europe: The potential benefits of using SDN or NFVMarcus, J. Scott; Molnar, Gabor
2017 Instability of Broadband Policies in the U.S. Compared to CanadaCherry, Barbara A.
2017 More than Words: A global analysis of the socio-economic impact of Rich Interaction Applications (RIAs)Arnold, René; Hildebrandt, Christian; Tas, Serpil; Kroon, Peter
2017 An App for Every Step: A psychological perspective on interoperability of Mobile Messenger AppsArnold, René; Schneider, Anna
2017 ICT Use, Connectivity, and Innovation Capability in Japanese SMEsShigeno, Hidenori; Tsuji, Masatsugu; Matsuzaki, Taisuke; Shinohara, Sobee
2017 Does the number or the composition of players matter on the mobile broadband markets? - Lessons from a benchmarking study of the largescreen mobile broadband prices in the European UnionPapai, Zoltan; Nagy, Peter; Papp, Bertalan
2017 Local broadband initiative and shared duct policy in indonesiaPurnama, Yudi Adhi; Mitomo, Hitoshi
2017 Freemium Internet: Next Generation Business Model to connect next billionEsselaar, Steve; Song, Steve; Stork, Christoph
2017 Evaluating Customer Reviews in Matching Services on the InternetNakamura, Akihiro
2017 Changing Markets in Operating Systems: A socio-economic analysisElaluf-Calderwood, Silvia; Liebenau, Jonathan; Rossi, Enrico
2017 Models for individual adoption of eCommerce, eBanking and eGovernment in SpainGarín-Muñoz, Teresa; López, Rafael; Pérez-Amaral, Teodosio; Herguera García, Iñigo; Valarezo, Angel
2017 Data Network Effects: Implications for Data BusinessMitomo, Hitoshi
2017 Convergent Digital Infrastructures and the Role of (Net-)NeutralitySedlmeir, Joachim; Hopf, Stefan; Neuburger, Rahild; Picot, Arnold
2017 Network Sharing: Cooperating, Co-opting and CompetingDasgupta, Kalyan; Williams, Mark
2017 Towards Smarter Consumer Protection Rules for Digital Servicesde Streel, Alexandre; Sibony, Anne-Lise
2017 Cost Analysis of a 5G Network with Multi-Tenancy OptionsSchneir, Juan Rendon; Konstantinou, Kostas; Bradford, Julie; Zimmermann, Gerd; Droste, Heinz; Canto, Rafael; Ajibulu, Ade
2017 Who replies to consultations, and what do they say? The case of broadband universal service in the UKStocker, Volker; Whalley, Jason
2017 Willingness-to-pay for FTTH for secured and stable usage of OTT media streaming servicesSudtasan, Tatcha; Mitomo, Hitoshi
Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 41 to 60 of 63
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