Handbook of Research on Telecommunications Planning and Management for Business, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1605661953
  • ISBN-13: 9781605661957
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1127 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2009 | Published/Released April 2009
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2009

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Overview

Includes articles on telecommunications policy, industry, management, technology development, design, and business applications. Covers topics such as government regulations, diffusion of technology, and analysis of network operators.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Other Frontmatter.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Foreword.
Preface.
Acknowledgement.
1: Telecommunications Policy.
2: Static and Dynamic Efficiency in the European Telecommunications Market: The Role of Regulation on the Incentives to Invest and the Ladder of Investment.
3: Is Regulation a Roadblock on the Information Highway?.
4: Reforms in Spectrum Management Policy.
5: Next Generation Access Networks and Their Regulatory Implications.
6: The Impact of Government on the Evolving Market Structure of the U.S. Wireless Telephony Industry.
7: Shaping Regulation in the Australian Mobile Industry.
8: Telecommunications Industry.
9: Analyzing the Disruptive Potential in the Telecommunications Industry.
10: Convergence of the Internet and Telecommunications.
11: International Internet Interconnection Service in Asia-Pacific Region.
12: A Techno-Economic Analysis of Mobile Virtual Network Operators.
13: Evolving Value Networks and Internationalisation of National Telecommuncation Companies from Small and Open Economies.
14: The Effect of Non-Market Strategies in the Mobile Industry.
15: Spatiality and Political Economy of the Global Fiber Optics Industry.
16: Digital Convergence and Home Network Services in Korea: Part 1 - Recent Progress and Policy Implications.
17: Digital Convergence and Home Network Services in Korea: Part 2 - Business Models and Strategic Alliances.
18: Telecommunications Business Management.
19: Mixing and Matching Organizational Network Legitimacy Practices to China’s Telecommunication Market.
20: Preliminary Knowledge Management Implementation in the Teleco Industry.
21: Activity-Based Costing in the Portuguese Telecommunications Industry.
22: The Role of Organizational Culture to the Management of Telecommunication Companies: I. Background and Motivation.
23: The Role of Organizational Culture to the Management of Telecommunication Companies: II. Applications and Case Studies.
24: Dynamics of Mobile Service Adoption.
25: When Customer Satisfaction Isn’t Good Enough: the Role of Switching Incentives and Barriers Affecting Customer Behavior in Korean Mobile Communications Services.
26: Telecommunication Customer Demand Management.
27: Telecommunication Customer Detainment Management.
28: How to Plan for an Upgrading Investment in a Data Network?.
29: Telecommunication Investments Analysis: a Multi-criteria Model Applications.
30: A Business Planning Framework for WiMAX Applications.
31: Adoption of VoIP Applications in Public and Private Organizations.
32: Intelligent Networking and Business Process Innovation: A Case Study Analysis of Home Box Office and Dell Computers.
33: Can M-Commerce Benefit from Pervasive Computing?.
34: Telecommunications Technology Management.
35: Basics of Telecommunications Management.
36: Telecommunications Management Protocols.
37: Cellular Network Planning: Evolution from 2G to 4G.