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Governments often regulate prices for public utilities. As telecommunication services markets have been opened to competition, new ways had to be found to regulate prices of the former monopoly carriers.
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The Special Session on Information Infrastructures held on 3-4 April 1995 identified the main issues confronting governments and business.
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The aim of this paper is to consider the question of infrastructure competition in the context of international telecommunication markets.
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This report deals with the role and specific problems of SMEs in implementing information technologies (IT), and the possibilities for public policy to support SMEs in their efforts to modernise and adapt to technical change.
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Since the end of the 1980s, the increasing globalisation of corporate activities (in the manufacturing and service sectors) in OECD Member countries has spilled over into the telecommunication sector, creating fundamental changes in the paradigm of international telecommunication service provision.
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Traditionally international switched telephone traffic has been handled by international public telecommunication operators (who in most cases have exclusive responsibility for switching and transmitting voice traffic). These operators through bi...
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Mobile communication services, especially analogue cellular radio, have been one of the success stories of the last decade in the telecommunication industry. At the start of 1991, there were almost eleven million subscribers to cellular radio in ...
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This report focuses on the policy issues that arise from the process of restructuring of national numbering schemes.
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Over the past ten years, some general trends have been observed in information technology (IT) policy developments in OECD Member countries.
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High performance computer-communication network issues rank high on the policy agenda of numerous Member countries. Several national governments are undertaking experiments with high performance computing and communication systems.