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2012

Broadband as a Platform for Video in Africa May 22, 2012

Media Concentration around the World: Analyses and Conclusions" in Yokohama January 19, 2012

The State of Telecom - 2012 September 14, 2012

Mobile Personal Clouds with Silver Linings June 8, 2012

2010

ACORN REDECOM Annual Conference May 14, 2010

2009

The State of Telecom: National Broadband Plans - Columbia University October 23, 2009

DTV Transition - Columbia University October 2, 2009

Wireless Internet Caucus 2009, Mobile Advertising Forum - Columbia University July 8, 2009

User Generated Content 3.0: From Threat to Opportunity - Columbia University April 17, 2009

THE NETWORK SEPARATION: Models, Economics, and Regulatory Implications - Columbia University March 26, 2009

THE NEW ECONOMICS OF ICT: Implications of Post-Neoclassical Economics for the Information & Communications Technology Sectors - Columbia University March 20, 2009

Implementing the Broadband Stimulus: Maximizing Benefits and Monitoring Performance (with Georgetown University) - Washington, D.C. February 19, 2009

2008

The Economics of the Transition to Digital TV - Columbia University December 12, 2008

Public/Private Interplay in Next-Generation Communications (with Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia) - Seville, Spain December 10 - 12, 2008

Game Theory, Play Money - Columbia University November 7, 2008

CITI's 25th Anniversary International Summit on Media & Communication: The Next Generation of Communications - The Dawning of the Ultrabroadband Era - Columbia University Click here for event photos. October 30 - 31, 2008

Ultrabroadband V - Seoul, Korea October 9-10, 2008

The Focus on Locus: A Symposium on Location Based Services July 11, 2008

Future Scenarios for Latin American Telecom, Part 2 April 14, 2008

Ultrabroadband IV (Paris, France) April 3 & 4, 2008

2007

3rd Transatlantic Telecom Forum: "Net neutrality vs. Separation" (with IDATE) November 14 & 15, 2007

Digital TV/IPTV November 2, 2007

The State of the Telecom Industry October 19, 2007

Future Scenarios for Latin American Communications October 5, 2007

Private Equity and Media September 28, 2007

UltraBroadband III: the Personal Media Cloud June 22, 2007

The Economics and Business of Second Life and Virtual Worlds (with The Conference Board) June 15, 2007

Telecommunications Reliability in the Information Capital (with NYTRAC) May 17, 2007

Public Presentation by Ed Richards, Chairman of the UK Regulator Ofcom April 25, 2007

Smart Radio (with Clemson/Virginia Tech/George Mason University) - Arlington, VA April 6, 2007

2006

Ultrabroadband Networks: From Couch Potato to Home Networks Integration December 1, 2006

The State of American Telecom R&D: An Evaluation of the National Research Council Report November 17, 2006

Economics of the Commons II: The status, functions and utility of Infrastructure November 3, 2006

Business Models for Rural Broadband October 27, 2006

The State of Telecom- a Trans-Atlantic Dialog October 20, 2006

Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst with author Dan Reingold July 19, 2006

Real Options Methodology for Telecommunications June 16, 2006

Council of Telecommunications Executives/Conference Board (by invitation only) June 2, 2006

From the Home Network to the Personal Ultrabroadband Cloud April 21, 2006

The Telecommunications Act of 1996: Ten Years Later February 6, 2006; Washington, DC

2005

Wireless Communications and Universal Service December 9, 2005

Transatlantic Telecom Forum: Beyond Convergence (with IDATE and WIK) - France November 22-24, 2005

AT& T POST-MORTEM: The Rise & Fall of an Icon November 14, 2005

Moore's Law: Consequences and Future co-sponsored by the Marconi Foundation November 4, 2005

The State of the Network Sector October 21, 2005

Future of Telecom (CITI Advisory Board Members and CITI Staff only) October 20, 2005

CRISIS COMMUNICATION: Lessons from 9/11, Madrid , London, and Hurricane Katrina September 8, 2005

Are Multiple Broadband Infrastructures Sustainable? June 23, 2005

Corporate Governance For Telecom June 10, 2005

Broadband And Large Users (with The Conference Board, by invitation only) June 7, 2005

Reforming Telecom Markets: A Commons Approach to Organizing Private Transactions May 25, 2005

IPTV.2: The Second Generation of TV Over The Broadband Internet? co-sponsored by the Marconi Foundation and the Association of the Bar of the City of New York's Telecom Law Committee May 23, 2005

Alternative Broadband Platforms: Can They Compete With Fiber Optics? Where? March 18, 2005

2-way Video over the Internet in Japan Seminar by Prof. Muneo Kaigo February 24, 2005

2004

Informing the Public: Health Information on the Internet December 14, 2004

WiMax and the Last Mile November 19, 2004

VoIP in Europe November 12, 2004

Remedies for Telecom Recovery II: One Year Later October 29, 2004

After the Closing of the Spectrum Frontier: What spectrum allocation models work best, when and where? September 27, 2004

Peer-to-Peer Video as a Mass Medium: Business, Technology, Community, & Law
September 10, 2004

VoIP Workshop May 25, 2004

Investing in Infrastructure: Increasing Internet Access in the Developing World May 14, 2004

Internet Concentration and Its Impact April 15, 2004

Media Concentration in America April 2, 2004

Trading Opportunities and Options on the Spectrum Frontier - London March 26, 2004

Seminar: ITU Statistics (with Michael Minges, head of the statistical unit of the ITU) March 2, 2004

Events

April 28th 2014

Mobile Money and Virtual Currency as Payment Systems for Clouds

 

June 20th, 2014

Vickrey Auctions for Spectrum: The Track Record at Columbia University

 

September 19th 2014

State of Telecom at Columbia University

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