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Document Type:BL
Record Number:105147
Doc. No:b62693
GBB004222
Main Entry:Fransman, Martin.
Title & Author:The new ICT ecosystem :implications for policy and regulation /Martin Fransman.
Publication Statement:Cambridge, UK ;New York :Cambridge University Press,2010.
Page. NO:xxiv, 251 p. :ill. ;24 cm.
ISBN:9780521191319 (hardback)
0521191319 (hardback)
9780521171205 (pbk.)
0521171202 (pbk.)
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:Introduction -- 1. Summary of the argument -- 2. The new ICT ecosystem : architectural structure -- 3. The new ICT ecosystem as an innovation system -- 4. The new ICT ecosystem : a quantitative analysis -- 5. Telecoms regulation -- 6. Policy-making for the new ICT ecosystem -- 7. The way forward : the message to policy-makers and regulators -- APPENDIXES. 1. The evolution of the new ICT ecosystem, 1945-2007 : how innovation drives the system -- 2. European regulation of electronic communications, 1987-2003 -- 3. Some problems with the dominant regulatory paradigm in telecoms (DRPT) -- 4. A short introduction to Schumpeterian evolutionary economics -- 5. Other layer models : OSI and TCP/IP --6. Content, applications and services : definitions -- 7. Why do the US internet companies dominate in layer 3? -- 8. How did East Asia (Japan, Korea, Taiwan and China) become so strong in layer 1? -- 9. China's telecoms service providers in layer 2 -- 10. Companies in our database by layer.
Abstract:"The ICT sector is crucial as a driver of economic and social growth. Not only is it an important industry in its own right, but it also provides the communication and infrastructure without which modern economies could not function. How does this sector work? Why is it stronger in some countries than in others? What should companies, governments and regulators be doing to enhance its contribution? In The New ICT Ecosystem, Martin Fransman answers these and other questions by developing the idea of the ICT sector as an evolving ecosystem. He shows that some components of the ICT ecosystem, particularly the innovation process, work better in some countries and regions (e.g. the USA) than in others (e.g. Europe and the developing world). This enables policy makers and regulators to understand why some parts of the ICT ecosystem are underperforming and what can be done to enhance their performance. The previous edition of The New ICT Ecosystem won the 2008-09 Joseph Schumpeter Prize"--Provided by publisher.
Subject:Information technology.
Subject:Communication-- Technological innovations.
Subject:Internet.
Dewey Classification:‭004‬
LC Classification:‭T58.5‬‭.F73 2010‬