2 edition of economic and regulatory aspects of telecommunication numbering found in the catalog.
economic and regulatory aspects of telecommunication numbering
by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 43-45).
|Statement||[prepared by Natasha Constantelou] ; Committee for Information, Computer and Communications Policy.|
|Series||OECD working papers,, vol. III, no. 80, OECD working papers ;, v. 3, no. 80.|
|Contributions||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Committee for Information, Computer and Communications Policy.|
|LC Classifications||HD72 .O38 vol. 3, no. 80|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||96207968|
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The Economic and Regulatory Aspects of Telecommunication Numbering Over the last few years numbering arrangements for telecommunication services have become a key issue for discussion among policy-makers, regulators and telecommunication operators in a number of countries.
Get this from a library. The Economic and Regulatory Aspects of Telecommunication Numbering. [Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.;]. The chapters in section one deal with the economic characteristics of the sector, which define the industry's structure.
Sections two and three deal respectively with regulation and competition. Regulatory and competition issues continuously interact with each other, as each set of issues influences the other.5/5(2). I TELECOMMUNICATIONS REGULATION: AN INTRODUCTION Nicholas Economides T HE U.S. TELECOMMUNICATIONS sector is going through a significant change.
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TELECOMMUNICATIONS (NUMBERING) REGULATIONS, ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS REGULATION 1. Citation 2. Commencement 3. Interpretation 4.
Functions of the Commission 5. Telecommunications Numbering System Register 6. Obligations of a Telecommunications Provider 7. Assignment of Telecommunications Numbers 8.
Numbering Fees 9. Economic Theory to Measure Increased Consumer Welfare Estimation of the Amount of Increased Consumer Welfare Estimation of a Corrected Telecommunications Service CPI 5. Government Regulation of Mobile Telephone Estimation of the Cost of Regulatory Delay in the U.S.
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Korthals Altes Law School Professor. Fundamentals of Telecommunications Overview Sometimes, when attending a class, it is okay to miss the first half-hour. After all, we do know something about the subject, and that first half-hour is likely to carry little more than introductory information.
The same holds true when picking up a textbook on a particular subject. Engineers at the Public Telecommunication Operators (PTOs) have had complete control over number allocation functions. In many countries, PTOs themselves have been designated as the legal entities authorised to control and manage national numbering plans and to make sure that they comply with national and international rules.
However, economic analysis often ignores important technical aspects of telecommunications and may not be aware of new developments. On the other hand, engineering models often ignore economic.
The telecommunications sector today includes telephone, communications, and Internet companies. The Federal Communications Commission was. These developments have been accompanied by major legislative and regulatory developments, including the passing in the United States of the Telecommunications Act and the introduction of a large number of new laws and regulations in Europe and elsewhere.
The same changes have seen a massive expansion of independent regulatory agencies. telecommunications in promoting social and cultural cohesion.
A number of studies indicate a positive relationship between the spread of telecommunication services and economic development and structural change. Investment in telecommunications contributes to cost savings, increases income, and enhances general business efficiency but also.
Because of intense competition, telecommunications companies are forced to diversify their offers and thus to propose an increasing number of services.
However, economic analysis often ignores important technical aspects of telecommunications and may not be aware of new developments.
Since the last edition of the book was published, there have been a number of important developments in the telecommunications industry.
Telecommunications Law and Regulation takes these changes into account, including an examination of the EU New Regulatory Framework, as well as the establishment of the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC).
Examine economic aspects which are the basis for understanding the behavior of markets, to review the pricing policy of operators, economic regulation exerted by regulatory authorities, and the basics of regulation in general, with special emphasis on a crucial issue of the specifics and regulations of telecommunications, as is the current and.
TRAI Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of India Links between economic regulation of the telecommunications sector and economic growth 26 Introduction 26 Figure Number of ICASA decisions that were appealed, and which were decided in favour. Telecommunications Economics and Policy Issues.
Telecommunications Economics and Policy Issues. Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights The new regulatory framework that takes effect from 1 July is designed to increase competition in the telecommunications industry.
The paper looks at whether this framework will allow. Telecommunication, as gift of modern science is largely different from any other traditional infrastructure. From international market to domestic market, corporate communication to personnel communication, telecommunication is the prime way to maintain the continuous and instantaneous flow of sharing information.
From business perspective of economic activities of modern world, through the.The Economic and Regulatory Aspects of Telecommunication Numbering. Committee for Information, Computer and Communications Policy (OCDE/GD (95) ). Committee for Information, Computer and Communications Policy (OCDE/GD (95) ).Although there is an extensive literature on many aspects of telecommunication technology, comparatively little has been published on the functioning and planning of complete telecommunication networks.
The first edition of this book was intended to help fill that gap and this new edition has been thoroughly revised and includes much new material.5/5(4).