4 edition of Compatibility standards, competition, and innovation in the broadcasting industry found in the catalog.
|Statement||Stanley M. Besen, Leland L. Johnson.|
|Contributions||Johnson, Leland L., Rand Corporation., National Science Foundation (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||TK5102.3.U6 B46 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||86027905|
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Compatibility standards, competition, and innovation in the broadcasting industry. [Stanley M Besen; Leland L Johnson; Rand Corporation.; National Science Foundation (U.S.)] -- This study surveys the theoretical literature dealing with the economics of compatibility standard setting and, using that literature as an analytic framework, it investigates a number of.
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Compatibility standards, competition, and innovation in the broadcasting industry: executive summary. [Stanley M Besen; Leland L Johnson; Rand Corporation.] -- This report is an executive summary of R, which analyzes the forces that affect the development of standards in the broadcasting industry, the nature of the standards that emerge, and the.
Title: Compatibility Standards, Competition, and Innovation in the Broadcasting Industry Author: Stanley Besen Subject: Surveys the theoretical literature dealing with the economics of compatibility standard setting and, using that literature as an analytic framework, it investigates a number of cases of standard setting in the broadcasting industry.
Compatibility Standards, Competition, and Innovation in Broadcasting Industry: Executive Summary (Rand Report) Dec 1, by Stanley M. Besen, Leland L.
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Participants examined, in particular, issues that arise in the provision of television. Compatibility Standards, Competition, and Innovation in the Broadcasting Industry. RAND Corporation. Google Scholar; The standards development process.
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This report presents an overview of the relationship between regulatory reform and innovation. It is an interim report which presents some preliminary findings of ongoing DSTI research in this area. This work will contribute to theFile Size: KB. Digital video broadcasting: technology, standards, and regulations / Ronald de Bruin, Jan Smits.
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INFORMATION ECONOMICS AND POLICY ELSEVIER Information Economics and Policy 6 () Economics of compatibility standards and competition in telecommunication networks Paul A.
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