Emerging Telecommunications Networks, Volume 2
E. Elgar, Jan 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 257 pages
'The scope of this Handbook is simply awesome. Every technology (wireline, wireless, satellite, cable . . .), every service (internet, e-commerce, telephony, video . . .), every regulation (FCC, universal service, international settlements . . .), and both management and economic issues (development, pricing, demand, costs, innovation . . .), all written by the leading lights in this field. Every telecommunications scholar and executive should keep a copy within easy reach; it is indispensable.'
- Gerald Faulhaber, University of Pennsylvania, US
This major reference work provides a thorough and up-to-date survey and analysis of recent developments in the economics of telecommunications. The Handbooks serve both as a source of reference and technical supplement for the field of telecommunications economics.
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