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  • James Alleman, "Has Wall Street Mended Its Ways? Has Corporate Governance Improved in Light of Sarbanes Oxley?"
  • James Alleman, "Mobile Communications United States Business Model"
  • James Alleman, "Real options implications for regulatory policy"
  • James Alleman with Paul Rappoport and Lester D. Taylor, "WTP (Willingness-to-Pay) Analysis of Mobile Internet Demand"
  • James Alleman and Jonathan Liebenau, "Network Resilience and its Regulatory Inhibitors"
  • James Alleman and Paul Rappoport, "The Internet and the Demand for News: Macro- and Microevidence"
  • Bob Atkinson, "What can government do to help recovery? And will the outcome of the election make a difference?"
  • Francois Bar, "Transition Paths in a Spectrum Commons Regime"
  • Leonard Baynes, "Race, Antitrust Theory, Media Consolidation and Online Content: the Lack of Substitutes for Media Consumers of Color"
  • Yochai Benkler, "Exclusive Rights in Information and Mobile Wireless Mass Media"
  • John M. Bensche and Jennifer C. Ritter, "The Emerging Wireless Value Chain and Capital Market Perceptions"
  • Bobby Bhattacharjee, "Security Architectures for Peer-to-Peer Applications"
  • Tilman Borgers, "The Boundary between Free and Traded Spectrum"
  • Michael H. Botein, "Regulation of Electronic Media in the United States"
  • Michael H. Botein, "Whatever Happened to the Information Superhighway"
  • Timothy X. Brown, "How Can Anyone Afford Mobile Wireless Mass Media Content?"
  • Neil F. Budde, "Mobility and Applications: It's the Audience, Stupid"
  • Michael Calabrese, "Spectrum Access: Lease it or Give it Away"
  • Donna Campbell & Keith Shank, "Applications in the 3G Era: Criteria for Success, Myths for Hype"
  • John Carey, "Audience Demand for TV Over the Internet"
  • John Carey, "Contents and Services for Next Generation Wireless Networks"
  • John Carey, "How Does P2P Interaction Affect Content?"
  • Kenneth R. Carter, "3G or not 3G: The WiFi Walled Garden"
  • Kenneth R. Carter, "Intellectual Property Concerns for Television Syndication Over the Internet"
  • Sylvia M. Chan-Olmsted & Byeng-Hee Chang, "Mobile Wireless Strategy of Media Firms: Examining the Wireless Diversification Patterns of Leading Global Media Conglomerates"
  • Benjamin M. Compaine, "Are there Content Models for the Wireless World?"
  • Robert Crandall, "Confusing Success with Access: Correctly Measuring Online Content Concentration"
  • Alain de Fontenay and Lorenzo Pupillo, "The Economics of Peer-to-Peer"
  • Nicholas Economides, "Lessons from Open Source for a Spectrum Commons"
  • Nicholas Economides, "Wireless Services and Network Economics"
  • Gali Einav, "College Students: The Rationale for P2P Video File Sharing"
  • Gali Einav, "The Content Landscape"
  • Michael Einhorn, "Impacts of P2P On Copyright Holders"
  • Michael A. Einhorn, "Internet Television and Copyright Licensing"
  • James Enck, "People Who Need People: Harnessing the P2P Base as a Target Market"
  • Valerie Feldmann, "Business Models for Mobile Media Content in the United States"
  • Valerie Feldmann, "Mobile Peer-to-Peer Content and Community Models"
  • Clayton Foster, "Key Drivers of Success for 3G: A Carrier's Perspective"
  • Jeffrey L. Funk, "The Potential Evolution of and Opportunities for Existing Media in the Mobile Internet: Data from Japan's Mobile Internet"
  • Klaus Goldhammer, "On the Myth of Convergence"
  • Jo Groebel, "Mobile Mass Media: A New Age for Consumers, Business and Society?"
  • Eszter Hargittai, "Internet 'Gatekeepers' in Online Content Consumption"
  • Kathryn Rudie Harrigan, "Restructuring via Virtuality in the 3-G Context"
  • Jeffrey Hart, "Content Models: Will IPTV Be More of the Same or Different?"
  • Thomas W. Hazlett, "Property Rights and Wireless License Values"
  • Thomas W. Hazlett, "Spectrum Tragedies"
  • Thomas W. Hazlett, "What Really Matters in Spectrum Allocation Design"
  • Thomas W. Hazlett et. al., "Sending the Right Signals: Promoting Competition Through Telecommunications Reform"
  • Matthew Hindman, "Media Diversity and the Concentration of Online Attention"
  • Heather E. Hudson, "Investing in Infrastructure: Increasing Internet Access in the Developing World"
  • Michael L. Katz, "Industry Structure and Competition Absent Distribution Bottlenecks"
  • Raul Katz, "Lessons learned and future agenda in building economic flexibility and returning to scale"
  • John Kelly, "Design Strategies for Future Wireless Content"
  • Bertram Konert, "Broadcasters' Internet Engagement: From Being Present to Becoming Successful"
  • Evan Kwerel, "Market Mechanisms for Redeveloping Spectrum"
  • Jonathan Lawrence, "Automotive Telematics: Is it Time for a Renaissance or an Obituary?"
  • Jonathan Liebenau, "Emergency Communication Needs: Mobile Content"
  • Jonathan Liebenau, "Emergency communications; lessons from the World Trade Center disaster"
  • Jonathan Liebenau, "Is network resiliency a catalyst for recovery? Or a further drag?"
  • Jonathan Liebenau, "Mobile emergency content"
  • Jonathan Liebenau, "Network resilience and its regulatory inhibitors"
  • Carleen F. Maitland, "Mobile Commerce Business Models and Network Formation"
  • Christopher T. Marsden, "The Challenges of Standardization: Toward the Next Generation Internet"
  • Viktor Mayer-Schonberger:, "Alternatives to P2P and to Video P2P Copying"
  • Miriam Meckel, "Always on Demand - The Digital Future of Communication"
  • Vishal Misra, "Encouraging resource sharing in peer-to-peer networks"
  • Eben Moglen, "Unconcentrating the Media: Free Software and the Destruction of Spectrum Allocation"
  • Neil Netanel, "A Compulsory Licensing System for the File Sharing of Copyrighted Video?"
  • Eli Noam, "Broadband in America"
  • Eli Noam, "Access of Content to Mobile Wireless: Opening the Walled Airwave"
  • Eli Noam, "Are Multiple Broadband Platforms Sustainable?"
  • Eli Noam, "Beyond the Internet"
  • Eli Noam, "Counterproductive Wireless Liberalization Policies in the US: The Problem of the Second-Best"
  • Eli Noam, "From 'Me-TV' To 'We-TV'"
  • Eli Noam, "How Telecom is Becoming a Cyclical Industry, and What To Do About It"
  • Eli Noam, "How to measure media concentration"
  • Eli Noam, "Lessons and Implications"
  • Eli Noam, "Let them eat megabits"
  • Eli Noam, "Market failure in the media sector"
  • Eli Noam, "Media Concentration Trends In America: The Facts"
  • Eli Noam, "Spectrum Allocation Methods: When Does What Work Best"
  • Eli Noam, "Telecommunications: From Utility to Volatility"
  • Eli Noam, "The Brave New World of Digital TV"
  • Eli Noam, "The Effect of Deregulation on Market Concentration"
  • Eli Noam, "The Effect of Deregulation on Market Concentration in the Communications and Media Sector"
  • Eli Noam, "The Internet: Still Wide Open and Competitive?"
  • Eli Noam, "The Killer Gap: Our Growing Lag In Broadband"
  • Eli Noam, "The Next Culture Wars"
  • Eli Noam, "The Next Frontier for Openness: Wireless Communications"
  • Eli Noam, "VOIP in America"
  • Eli Noam, "Why long distance could soon be a bad call"
  • Eli Noam, "Will Internet TV Be American?"
  • Michael Noll, "Internet Television: Definition and Prospects"
  • Michael Noll, "Television over the Internet: Technological Challenges"
  • Joe Nordgaard, "A Case Study of CDMA 450"
  • Andrew Odlyzko, "Implications for the Long Distance Network"
  • John Pavlik, "Overcoming the Barriers to Entry: Experiences from Start-ups and Alternative News Organizations in the Online Content Market"
  • John V. Pavlik and Shawn McIntosh, "Mobile News Design and Delivery"
  • Robert Pepper, "Regulatory Concerns"
  • Fritz Pleitgen, "Network Business Models and Strategies: The Role of Public Service Broadcasting"
  • Robert F. Roche, "More Spectrum Must Be Provided to Serve Wireless Consumers' Needs"
  • Keith Ross, "Pollution in P2P File Sharing"
  • Dan Rubenstein, "P2P Relief for Web Flash Crowds"
  • David Salant, "Spectrum Commons Management"
  • Howard Shelanski, "Competition Policy for 3G Wireless Services"


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
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