1 edition of History of the telecommunications regulatory environment found in the catalog.
History of the telecommunications regulatory environment
Articles reprinted from Datapro Research Corporation loose-leaf services for 1985.
|Other titles||Datapro management of telecommunications.|
|Statement||by the editors of Datapro management of telecommunications.|
|Contributions||Datapro Research Corporation.|
|LC Classifications||KF2765.Z9 H57 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 101-121 :|
|Number of Pages||121|
|LC Control Number||85221241|
The future of Telecoms in Africa The “blueprint for the brave” 3 African growth and the rising of the African middle class Fast rewind on some key trends Africa is one of the fastest growing regions in the world, with a forecast real GDP annual growth rate to of %. Over the next decade. The entry of private service providers brought with it the inevitable need for independent regulation. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) was, thus, established with effect from 20th February by an Act of Parliament, called the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Act, , to regulate telecom services, including fixation/revision of tariffs for telecom services which . The history of telecommunications is the ultimate story of evolution, stretching back s years. This video traces the threads of breath-taking ingenuity, and at .
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Overview. Telecommunications History & Policy into the 21st Century provides a succinct overview of the telecommunications environment and the factors that have shaped this industry from its inception through As a former executive with AT&T, Mr.
Fulle shares his professional knowledge of an industry that is evolving at an increasing rate. The Worldwide History of Telecommunications is a great reference book. Other books focus on only one piece of technology or one time period, but this one has everything.
That makes this book a little factual zzzz, but when doing a research paper, it's by: The history of regulatory policy in the United States is rich, but its future remains unclear. Ever since Congress created the first federal regulatory body more than years ago, people have debated the proper role for what has been called the “fourth branch” of government.
A telecommunications “common carrier” is the term used to describe a provider of telecommunications transmission service that offers its service to the public for a fee and, in contrast to, for example, a television station owner or a cable television operator for most of its channels.
George Shiers () was a California-based technical freelance author with several books and a host of telecommunications technology history articles to his credit. Christopher H.
Sterling is a member of the George Washington University faculty, editor of Communication Booknotes Quarterly and more than a dozen books including Stay Tuned Cited by: 1.
The book analyses the theoretical strengths and weaknesses of ‘national institutionalist’ models of policy making. It employs the model to compare institutions in British and French telecommunications, analyses the process of organizational reform, and assesses the effects of national institutions on policy making and economic outcomes.
Abstract. The scope of this paper is the regulatory environment within which telecom operators and potential new entrants function, that is, a subset of the overall Regulatory Risk environment here described as the “Telecom Regulatory Environment” (TRE) that includes only the telecom-specific by: role is seen to involve maintenance of a regulatory environment conducive to the efficient supply of telecommunications services to the public.
The service suppliers will generally be private sector operators. The trend today is toward deregulation. Some traditional forms of telecommunications regulation are now viewed as having been more damaging. restructuring of the regulatory environment through the implementation of the Telecommunications Act, twelve years after the breakup of AT&T the move of value from underlying services (such as transmission and switching) to interfaces and content the move toward multifunction programmable devices with programmableFile Size: 2MB.
Regulatory Framework. • The industry must be governed by sensible set of rules that encourage investment and protect the consumer • To be effective, regulators must be skilled, well trained and sufficiently empowered to enforce rules.
• A good regulatory environment is. rows This article is a list of the legal regulatory bodies that govern telecommunications. The history of telecommunication began with the use of smoke signals and drums in Africa, Asia, and the Americas. In the s, the first fixed semaphore systems emerged in Europe.
However, it was not until the s that electrical telecommunication systems started to appear. TELECOMMUNICATIONS REGULATION HANDBOOK February – SKU The Telecommunications Regulation Handbook is essential reading for anyone involved or concerned by the regulation of information and communications markets.
In the Handbook was fully revised and updated to mark its tenth anniversary, in response to the considerable change inFile Size: 4MB. The Telecommunications Act and subsequent FCC decisions led to a further evolution of the regulatory environment. The impact of these developments on innovation and R&D—and on the industry more broadly—has been the subject of much debate.
The Early Years. Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone on March 7, During the course of the next 20 years, the average number of daily calls per 1, population grew relatively slowly, from 4 to But once the Bell patents expired inthousands of competitors began wiring the nation, increasing the daily calling average per 1, people from 37 in to in Regulation in the telecommunications, or telecom, sector is a mixed bag.
Historically, telecommunications technology has been hoarded by the U.S. government for years before the release to general consumers. Government-protected monopolies dominate the landline phone business.
Contents. Evolution - Illustrates the evolution of telecommunications through time and presents a timeline of telecommunications events since the invention of the telephone. Regulation - Defines the period of the beginning of the telephone industry, when regulatory agencies sought to control telecommunication businesses, product offerings, prices, equipment, and competition.
History of environmental auditing. Environmental auditing began in the USA in the early s, when a handful of industrial companies, working independently and on their own initiatives, developed environmental auditing programmes as internal management tools to help review and evaluate the status of the company's operating units.
The policy and regulatory environment This paper will not go into details regarding the policy and regulatory environment that directly affects the ICT industry4, many of which apply to industry sectors in general, e.g.
the Competitions Act and the Skills Development Act (). There are. In Hong Kong, telecommunications regulation was previously dealt with by the post office, but now the Office of the Telecommunications Authority (OFTA) is the regulatory body.
So, not only do regulatory environments change, but so, too, do the regulatory players. The Main Regulatory Issues. Let's look briefly at what regulators do. This book will be useful to policy makers, legislators, regulators, lawyers, law students, investors, operators, and consumers, as well as any person interested in the Nigerian telecommunications.
Regulation and consumer protection in a converging environment 3 Figure 2: Consumer regulation activities by development status Source: ITU Out of the 13 per cent of total telecommunication regulatory authorities (TRA) who reported having no specific consumer protection legislation, 10 out of 17 have an alternative NRA that is empowered to applyFile Size: 1MB.
“The rise of Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS) in the USA population can be traced back to President Bill Clinton. While memorable for sexual foreplay with Monica Lewinsky, EHS people associate him with the Telecommunications Act that prohibits the protection of human health and safety from the known biologically toxic effects of wireless radio frequency (RF) radiation.”.
both Country Risk and Regulatory Risk is a necessity in making the investment. The scope of this paper is the regulatory environment within which telecom operators and potential new entrants function, that is, a subset of the overall Regulatory Risk environment here described as the Telecom Regulatory Environment (TRE) thatCited by: This sandbox allows businesses to test innovative products and services in a safe, live environment, with the appropriate consumer safeguards, and, when appropriate, is exempt from some regulatory environments.
62 After its first year of operation, 90 percent of firms that completed testing in its first cohort were continuing toward a wider. The telecommunications sector consists of companies that transmit data in words, voice, audio, or video across the globe.
The telecommunications sector consists of three basic sub-sectors: telecom Author: Brian Beers. Enron was founded in by Kenneth Lay in the merger of two natural-gas-transmission companies, Houston Natural Gas Corporation and InterNorth, Inc.; the merged company, HNG InterNorth, was renamed Enron in After the U.S.
Congress adopted a series of laws to deregulate the sale of natural gas in the early s, the company lost its exclusive right to operate its pipelines. The growth of Internet use, the promise of a broadband network, and a less restrictive regulatory environment that was expected following passage of the Telecommunications.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. ranging from telecommunications to banking to biotechnology. At the same time, regulatory reform is a powerful stimulus to further innovation. Competition-enhancing reforms in both the manufacturing and service sectors have been essential to the development and diffusion of new technologies, suchFile Size: KB.
Figure 1. Top 10 risks in telecommunications The EY risk radar Telecommunications 1. Failure to realize new roles in evolving industry ecosystems 2.
Lack of regulatory certainty on new market structures 3. Ignoring new imperatives in privacy. This book gathers world-class scientists, engineers and educators engaged in the fields of telecommunications and presents their latest activities. The main focus of the book is the advances in telecommunications modeling, policy, and technology.
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9 This truce is meant. the United States Regulatory Environment (FDA and Healthcare) for Global Pharmaceutical Compliance Professionals Lynn Shapiro Snyder, Esq. Senior Member Practice Leader Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.
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Convergence of telecommunications, media and information technology, and implications for regulation In this contentious environment, the book provides a comprehensive survey of media.
Telecommunications Regulation in Nigeria: /ch This chapter presents the historical development of telecommunication in Nigeria, ranging from the colonial era to the present democratic dispensation and theAuthor: Pereware Aghwotu Tiemo. Lehr & Kiessling Telecom Regulation in the US & The European Union Page 4 of 25 • Coordination and spillover externalities: yes, especially now with Internet.
• Local information and participation: no, more important in the EU than in the US. • Regulatory costs:yes, even more so with deregulation and in light of rent -seeking costs (regulatory capture) which is especially relevant in the EU. State of telecommunications, infrastructure, and regulatory environment of APEC economies.
Singapore: APEC Telecommunications Working Group,  (OCoLC) banking options in four African countries Kenya, Nigeria Tanzania an- d Uganda. It highlights differences among the 4 countries and their financial regulatory environment.
It further examines different regulations that have influenced the development of financial inclusion through the use of the mobile financial services in the 4 Size: KB. The bill was defeated, but during the next 25 years more than food and drug bills were introduced in Congress.
Harvey W. Wiley becomes chief chemist, expanding the Bureau of Chemistry. Myanmar: Telecommunications LawMarch ARTICLE 19 Free Word Centre, 60 Farringdon Rd, London EC1R 3GA eorg +44 20 Page 2 of 18 Executive summary In MarchARTICLE 19 analysed the Telecommunications Law (the Law) in theFile Size: KB.Chief Executive Officer at the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC) Mr.
Guy L. Malone has said that getting residents prepared for the hurricane season is the focus for this year’s World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD). The criticism most often heard regarding the telecommunications industry in Canada, and especially wireless services, is that Canadians pay a lot more than people in other countries for lower quality services.
It is this criticism that was used to justify the federal government’s and the CRTC’s numerous interventions over the past few years aimed at promoting more competition in the.