Telecommunications and economic development, Volume 23
Published for the World Bank [by] the Johns Hopkins University Press, Aug 1, 1983 - Business & Economics - 395 pages
An introductory perspective; Macroeconomic analysis of benefits; Microeconomic analysis of benefits; Telephone access and use; Telecommunications tariff policy; Mobilizing resources: an alternative solutions.
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The Role of Telecommunications
A Perspective on Cost
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