2005 Papers

  • Hamilton, Booz Allen: Impact on cellular mobile providers
  • Hazlett, Tom: What Really Matters in Spectrum Allocation Design
  • Heller, Jonathon: Advertising Model
  • Hogendorn, Christiaan: Entry and Vertical Disintegration
  • Hogendorn, Christiaan: Is Broadband Competition “Ruinous”?
  • Hudson, Heather: Discussant: WiMAX A Reality Check
  • Hudson, Heather: Wireless: Bridging the Digital Divide in Developing Regions
  • Hunter, Lawson: Is the telecom industry doing better or worse in other countries? Why?
  • Huxley, Sam: Next Gen Gaming
  • Jensen, Michael C.: The Real Issues in Corporate Governance and Their Remedies
  • Kaigo, Muneo: Uses for Emergency Communications
  • Katz, Raul: Impact on cellular mobile providers
  • Katz, Raul: Lessons learned and future agenda in building economic flexibility and returning to scale
  • Kende, Michael: The Geographic Scope of Broadband Markets
  • Kilbourne, Brett: The Drive Behind BPL in 2005: Internal Applications and Standards
  • li>Kovacs, Anna Maria: Investor Sentiment: Picking Winners and Losers…or Just Staying Out of It

  • Krauss, Bruce: The Legal Perspective: Sarbanes-Oxley, Regulatory Compliance and Corporate Finance Issues
  • Kwerel, Evan: Market Mechanisms for Redeveloping Spectrum
  • Levin, Blair: Discussant: What can government do to help recovery? And will the outcome of the election make a difference?
  • Liebenau, Jonathon: Is network resiliency a catalyst for recovery? Or a further drag?
  • Lucky, Robert: Telecommunication Basic Research: An Uncertain Future for the Bell Legacy
  • MacAvoy, Paul W.: The Recurring Crisis in Corporate Governance
  • Mattey, Carol: Key Characteristics of Competing Broadband Platforms
  • Mayer-Schonberger, Viktor: Alternatives to P2P and to Video P2P Copying
  • Mendelson, Ben: Today’s Technology and Tomorrow’s Promise
  • Miller, Gene: IPTV Architectures
  • Miller, Gene: Rural landscape-the last 10 miles
  • Misra, Vishal: Encouraging resource sharing in peer-to-peer networks
  • Moss, Andrew: Entertainment and Technology Convergence
  • Netanel, Neil: A Compulsory Licensing System for the File Sharing of Copyrighted Video?
  • Noam, Eli: A dim future for consumer electronics?
  • Noam, Eli: Internet-TV and the Global Flow of Filmed Entertainment
  • Noam, Eli: Is The American Information Sector Becoming More Concentrated?
  • Noam, Eli: A company’s tools can define its structure
  • Noam, Eli: An ‘arms race’ no one can stop
  • Noam, Eli: Bad news for news
  • Noam, Eli: Broadband and Wireless: The Next Telecom Crises
  • Noam, Eli: Heroes of the internet frontier
  • Noam, Eli: How to measure media concentration
  • Noam, Eli: Introduction: Are Multiple Broadband Infrastructures Sustainable?
  • Noam, Eli: State of the Industry, One Year Later: Lessons and Implications
  • Noll, A. Michael: Past wireless loop efforts: lessons
  • Noll, Michael: Telecommunication Basic Research: An Uncertain Future for the Bell Legacy
  • Nordgaard, Joe: WiMAX internationally
  • Nordgard, Joe: A Case Study of CDMA 450
  • O’Neill, Judith Discussant: The Legal Perspective: Sarbanes-Oxley, Regulatory Compliance and Corporate Finance Issues
  • Odlyzko, Andrew: Is IPTV.1 a Waste of Internet Broadband?
  • Oesterle, Dale: The Legal Perspective: Sarbanes-Oxley, Regulatory Compliance and Corporate Finance Issues
  • Ostgard, Rune: Key Features Of Spectrum Policy Development In Europe; Legislation, Institutions, Trends, And The Way Forward
  • Picot, Arnold: Is the telecom industry doing better or worse in other countries? Why?
  • Pizzurro, Chris: Panelist
  • Reichgut, Mitchell: Commercial and Marketing Implications
  • Reingold, Dan: Discussant: Has Wall Street Mended Its Ways? Has Corporate Governance Improved in Light of Sarbanes Oxley?
  • Reingold, Dan: Discussant: M&A in the ICT Sector: What “Deals from Hell” Can Tell Us about Corporate Governance
  • Reithemeier, Todd: Discussant: Lessons learned and future agenda in building economic flexibility and returning to scale
  • Robinson, Ken: Is the ICT Sector More Prone to Flawed Governance?
  • Rosenbaum, Steve: The Audience as Content Creators
  • Ross, Keith: Pollution in P2P File Sharing
  • Rubenstein, Dan. P2P Relief for Web Flash Crowds
  • Salant, David: Spectrum Commons Management
  • Salemme, R. Gerard: Wireless Alternatives: WiMax
  • Schulzrinne, Henning: Moderator: Technology (Peer-to-Peer Video as a Mass Medium)
  • Scrime, Alan: ABP: Can They Compete With Fiber Optics? Where?
  • Singh, Rajendra: Consultation on Spectrum Management Policy in India
  • Slaughter, Lou: Wireless Alternatives: WiFiber
  • Sleek, Scott: Independent Analysis
  • Stages of Television and Their Economics
  • Stahlman, Mark: Moderator: Economics (Peer-to-Peer Video as a Mass Medium)
  • Steinmueller, Ed. Implications of P2P on Media and Telecom Policy
  • Stiglitz, Joseph E.: The Role of Governance in Macroeconomic Performance
  • Stolleman, Neal C.: Changes in Auditors’ Incentives since Sarbanes-Oxley
  • Thompson, Jeff: Wireless Alternatives: Towerstream
  • Thompson, Phil: Pinpointing On-Demand Content
  • Tilmanis, Lara: Municipal WiMAX?
  • Toll, Adam: Big Champagne: The State of Video P2P
  • Tongia, Rahul: BPL’s Business Case Analyzed
  • Wallach, Ari: Politics over IPTV
  • Weller, Dennis: Verizon’s Fiber to the Home
  • Werbach, Kevin: The Implications of P2P On Network Usage
  • Zichermann, Gabe: Content Distribution Technology
  • Zitter, Robert: More than Enhanced TV: Leveraging Content
  • Zufolo, Jessica: Investor Sentiment: Picking Winners and Losers…or Just Staying Out of It