• 6-March-1996

    English, , 115kb

    New Social and Economic Approaches to a Multimedia World: Summary Report and Final Agenda

    The object of the Symposium was to support both the G-7 and OECD Ministerial goals of increasing economic growth and job creation through the growth of a Global Information Infrastructure/Global Information Society (GII-GIS). It brought together ...

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  • 1-March-1996

    English, , 163kb

    Current Status of Communication Infrastructure Regulation: Cable Television

    Competitive access to communication markets, through the competitive provision of infrastructure, efficient interconnection of networks, and where necessary regulatory safeguards, are fundamental to achieving many of the aims OECD governments hav...

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  • 1-January-1996

    English, , 142kb

    Information Infrastructure Convergence and Pricing: The Internet - part one

    As different industries converge to take advantage of the extraordinary technological possibilities offered by the Internet, it seems clear that in terms of cost, innovation, access and infrastructures, countries with competitive structures and l...

  • 17-August-1995

    English, , 69kb

    International Telecommunications: A Review of Issues and Developments

    This paper is meant to be perspective in nature as well as prescriptive. There are a number of telecommunication issues at the international level which can be resolved fairly rapidly and a number of opportunities available to open telecommunicat...

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  • 2-June-1995

    English, , 9,298kb

    Universal Service Obligations in a Competitive Telecommunications Environment, No. 38

    Will the liberalisation of the telecommunications market jeopardise the provision of universal service?

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  • 1-January-1995

    English, , 157kb

    Refile and Alternate Calling Procedures: Their Impact on Accounting Rates and Collecting Charges

    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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