|Other titles||European telecommunications conference, strategic planning for the 1990s.|
|Contributions||Blenheim Online Ltd.|
|LC Classifications||HE8090.5 .E87 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 176 p. :|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||92220719|
Telecommunication Laws in Europe is a unique guidance book providing a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of telecommunications regulation, law and regulatory practice in Europe, enabling you to: Make valuable comparative analyses with detailed coverage of 34 EU and non-EU countries in a single, accessible source;Cited by: 3. This book examines the process and consequences of telecommunications liberalisation in the context of an ever closer European Union. The creation of a singleCited by: This international volume presents a comprehensive, comparative study of the transformation of the European telecommunications industry from to the present. The book focuses on the old incumbent operators and their dramatic change Cited by: 9. Telecommunications laws provide the tools For The privatisation of state-owned telecommunications enterprises, For the liberalisation of the provision of telecommunications networks, services and terminal equipment, For the increasing pan-European harmonisation of the regulatory framework, and For The merging of telecommunication and media applications, leading to `multimedia' services.
European Union competition policy has played a strong and direct role in the liberalisation of telecommunications markets in the European Union. The transition from monopoly markets to competition in the communications industry has raised several important concerns as far as market power is concerned, and many of these concerns are exacerbated. This book is a comparative history of the economic organisation of energy, telecommunications and transport in Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It examines the role that private and public enterprise have played in the construction and operation of the railways, electricity, gas and water supply, tramways, coal, oil and Format: Hardcover. This international volume presents a comprehensive, comparative study of the transformation of the European telecommunications industry from to the present. The book focuses on the old incumbent operators and their dramatic change from state agencies to listed : Johan From. ETSI - Producing globally applicable standards for ICT-enabled systems, applications & services deployed across all sectors of industry and society. Made in Europe for global use.
: Private Public Enterprise Europe: Energy, Telecommunications and Transport, (Cambridge Studies in Economic History - Second Series) (): Millward, Robert: Books. This book, like its companion volume, Television in Europe, deals with the rise and decline of powerful monopolies in the telecommunications field, and dramatic changes that began to take place in the late s. This book is the first comprehensive attempt to address the complicated economic and policy issues of European telecommunications. This book combines a detailed, sector-specific study of comparative telecommunications regimes set in the context of the EC, with an extensive historical and empirical analysis of individual policy management and change as experienced by three diverse regulatory cultures, namely, Britain, the Netherlands and France. European telecommunications policies— deregulation, re-regulation or real liberalisation? In order to give some indication of the profound change which took place during the s and s, it is necessary to sketch the situation as it existed in Member States prior to any liberalisation.