Trade, Investment and Competition Policies in the Global Economy: The Case of the International Telecommunications Regime

Second volume published under the joint research programme of the Istituto Affari internazionali (IAI) and the Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWA) on the interaction between global governance, regionalism and national economic regimes. Revised version of papers presented at the IAI-HWWA seminar "Trade, Investment and Competition Policies in the Global Economy: The Case of the International Telecommunications Regime", Hamburg, 18-19 January 2001.

Details: 
Baden Baden, Nomos, June 2002, 440 p. (HWWA Studies ; 69)
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ISBN/ISSN/DOI: 
3-7890-7970-7 ; 978-3-7890-7970-2
Publication date: 
15/06/2002

The Editors and Contributors
Introduction

Part I. Liberalization and Market Strategies in Telecommunications
Liberalization in Telecommunication, Andreas Knorr
Corporate Strategies in the Telecommunications Sector in an Environment of Continuing Liberalization, Christine Borrmann

Part II. Macro Regional Case Studies
Deregulating and Liberalising the North American Telecommunications Market: Explaining the U.S. Approach, Peter F. Cowhey and John E Richards
Liberalizing and Reregulating Telecommunications in Europe: A Common Framework and Persistent Differences, Peter Holmes and Alasdair Young
Liberalizing Basic Telecommunications: The Asian Experience, Aaditya Mattoo, Carsten Fink and Randeep Rathindran

Part Ill. Trade Barriers, Competition and Investment
Non-Tariff Barriers and the Telecommunications Sector, Sherry M Stephenson
Standards in the International Telecommunications Regime, Raymund Werle
Investment Policies and Telecommunications Regimes, Zdenek Drabek
Competition Policies and Telecommunication Regimes, Georg Koopmann

Part IV. WTO, Global Governance and Telecommunications
Telecommunications-Related Services: Market Access, Deeper Integration and the WTO, Carlos A. Primo Braga, Carsten Fink and Bernard Hoekman

Global Governance and Telecommunications Regimes, Paolo Guerrieri

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