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Forthcoming

  • Broadband in Africa, O'Neil, Judith and Darcy Gerbarg, ed., Springer.
  • Media Management Around the World, Faustino, Paolo, ed., Media XXI
  • Who Owns the World's Media, Eli Noam, Oxford University Press
  • Theory of Broadband: Regulation, Networks, and Applications, Taylor, Richard and Amit Schejter, eds.
  • Broadband in America, 3rd edition, Schulz, Ivy and Bob Atkinson.
  • Telecommunications Demand and Investment: The Road Ahead (tentative title), Alleman, James, et al, Springer.
  • Demand for Communications Services - Insights and Perspectives: Essays in Honor of Lester D. Taylor, Springer Verlag. (Co-editors: Aine Ni-Shuilleabhain and Paul Rappoport)
  • A volume in The Economics of Information, Communication and Entertainment: The Impacts of Digital Technology in the 21st Century Series, editor, Darcy Gerbarg.

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  • "The Next Generation of Ultrabroadband Networks," Noam, Eli M., Aravantinos, Elias, Vallee, Alain, eds. Communications and Strategies. Special Issue (forthcoming, 2009).
  • Media Ownership and Concentration in America - Eli Noam (Oxford, 2009)

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  • "Symposium on Communications on September" Prometheus, Special Issue, Vol. 20, no. 3, Michael A. Noll (September, 2002).

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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

 

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