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  • Atkinson, Bob and Ivy Schultz. Broadband in America, 3rd ed.
  • Noam, Eli. “Broadband Convergence in Japan,” Journal of the Society for Information and Communications Research.
  • Noam, Eli. “L’avenir de al television – La quatrieme generation: ‘Cloud-TV’, le nuage des nuages.” Chapter in Le futur est-il e-media? by Patrick Badillo adn Dominique Roux.
  • Noam, Eli. “The Diversity of Speed,” in Journal of Information Policy.
  • Noam, Eli. “Toward the Next Generation of Media – Cloud TV: Markets and Policy,” Telecommunications Policy.
  • Noam, Eli. “Why MOOCs are Bad for Education.” Bar Ilan University Forum on Technology and Education Proceedings
  • Noam, Eli. “Why the World Needs Quality Standards for International Comparisons,” Journal of the Society for Information and Communications Research.
  • Noam, Eli. “Trends, Factors, and Models for Media Concentration,” in International Media Ownership and Concentration, Eli Noam. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Mastrini, Guillermo, Ana Bizberge, and Martin Becerra. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Argentina”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Papandrea, Franco and Rodney Tiffen. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Australia”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Valcke, Peggy, Jo Groebel, and Moritz Bittner. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Belgium”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Moreira, Sonia Virginia. Media Ownership and Concentration in Brazil, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Winseck, Dwayne. Media Ownership and Concentration in Canada, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Hang, Min. “Media Ownership and Concentration in China”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Rizk, Nagla. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Egypt”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Badillo, Patick-Yves, Dominique Bourgeois, and Jean-Baptiste Lesourd. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Europe”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Gronlund, Mikko. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Finland”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Badillo, Patrick-Yves, Dominique Bourgeois, and Jean-Baptiste Lesourd“Media Ownership and Concentration in France”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Bosch, Julia, Max-Josef Meier, Philipp Rosch-Schlanderer, and Achim Ekkehard Henning Wolf“Media Ownership and Concentration in Germany”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Bhattacharjee, Anuradha, Liwei Wang, Tapasya Banerjee, and Anushi Agrawal. “Media Ownership and Concentration in India”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Flynn, Roddy and Paschal Preston. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Ireland”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Schejter, Amit M. and Moran Yemini. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Israel”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Richeri, Prof. Giuseppe and Dr. Benedetta Prario. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Italy”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Wong, Juan Enrique Huerta and Rodrigo Gomez Garcia. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Mexico”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • van Dreunen, Joost. “Media Ownership and Concentration in the Netherlands”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Faustino, Paulo. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Portugal”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Vartanova, Prof. Elena. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Russia”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Angelopulo, George and Petrus H. Potgieter. “Media Ownership and Concentration in South Africa”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Kim, Daeho and Seongcheol Kim. “Media Ownership and Concentration in South Korea”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Artero, Juan P. and Alfonso Sanchez-Tabernero. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Spain”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Picard, Robert G., Mart Ots, and Madison Forsander. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Sweden”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Badillo, Patrick-Yves and Dominique Bourgeois. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Switzerland”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Liu, Yu-li, Yuntsai Chou, Kuo-feng Tseng, Ru-Shou Robert Chen, Yi-hsuan Chiang, Ping-Hung Chen, and Chun-Fa Chuang. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Taiwan”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Bayazit, Huseyin Kemal. “Media Ownership and Concentration in Turkey”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
  • Iosifidis, Petros. “Media Ownership and Concentration in the United Kingdom”, to be published in Who Owns The World’s Media? (2014).
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  • Beard, T. Randolph, Gary Madden and Md. Shah Azam. Blended Traditional and Virtual Seller Market Entry and Performance
  • Rohman, Ibrahim Kholilul and Erik Bohlin. How Important is the Media and Content Sector to the European Economy?
  • Garín-Muñoz, Teresa and Teodosio Pérez-Amaral. Product Differences and E-Purchasing: An Empirical Study in Spain
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