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Telecommunications Reform In The Asia-Pacific Region

Allan Brown , Moazzem Hossain , Duc-Tho Nguyen

Edited by Allan Brown, formerly Associate Professor of Economics, Moazzem Hossain, Griffith Business School and Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University, Australia and Duc-Tho Nguyen, Professor of Economics, Griffith Business School, Griffith University, Australia

2005 288 pp Hardback 978 1 84064 691 7
ebook isbn 978 1 78195 836 0

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This book attempts to draw lessons from the experiences of developed as well as developing countries in carrying out telecommunications reform. Contributors come from academia, as well as from stakeholders in telecommunications policy in a dozen countries, mostly in the Asia-Pacific region.

Globally, the telecommunications industry is undergoing major changes: technological advances in the form of a vast number of new digitised services, ownership shifts as state-owned carriers in many countries become fully or partly privatized, and a general transition from monopolistic to more competitive market environments. The economic and regulatory experiences derived from these changes are explored and analyzed using the USA, the UK, Australia and Singapore to represent developed and newly industrialized countries, and China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam as examples of developing countries. The conclusions outlined in this timely volume hold important lessons for these as well as for other countries.

Contents
Contents: Preface Part I: Developed Nations 1. United States: Lessons for the New Millennium 2. United Kingdom: Economic and Regulatory Issues of Telecommunications Reform 3. Australian Telecommunications Reform: Chasing a Kangaroo with a Butterfly Net Part II: Asia-Pacific Developing Nations 4. Indonesia: Telecommunications on a Road to Reforms 5. Malaysia: Telecommunications Reform and Beyond 6. The Philippines: Institutionalising a Liberal Telecommunications Regime 7. Thailand: The Road to Telecommunications Liberalisation 8. Sri Lanka: From Telecommunications Privatisation to Anti-Competition? 9. Vietnam: Restructuring Telecommunications Industry 10. China: Growth and Reform in Telecommunications 11. India–Singapore Synergy in Telecommunications Index Contributors: R. Bhinekawati, A. Brown, R.W. Crandall, C. Graham, J. Hausman, M. Hossain, S. Jayasuriya, M. Knight-John, Q.-P. Le, C. Lee, J. Malbon, D.-T. Nguyen, R.U. Reyes, R.B. Serafica, N. Soonthonsiripong, K. Sugondo, N.-L. Tran, Y. Wu, F. Yahya

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This book attempts to draw lessons from the experiences of developed as well as developing countries in carrying out telecommunications reform. Contributors come from academia, as well as from stakeholders in telecommunications policy in a dozen countries, mostly in the Asia-Pacific region.

Globally, the telecommunications industry is undergoing major changes: technological advances in the form of a vast number of new digitised services, ownership shifts as state-owned carriers in many countries become fully or partly privatized, and a general transition from monopolistic to more competitive market environments. The economic and regulatory experiences derived from these changes are explored and analyzed using the USA, the UK, Australia and Singapore to represent developed and newly industrialized countries, and China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam as examples of developing countries. The conclusions outlined in this timely volume hold important lessons for these as well as for other countries.

This book will be of great interest to telecommunications policymakers, public and private stakeholders in the industry, along with those – especially academics and researchers – with an interest in the progress of telecommunications in developing countries.



 
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