2006 Papers

  • “Telecom Regulation for the 21st Century: Avoiding Grilock, Adapting to Change,” Atkinson, Robert C., Journal on Telecommunications & High Technology Law – December 12, 2006
  • Noam, Eli, “Deregulation and Market Concentration: an Analysis of Post-1996 Consolidations,” Federal Communications Law Journal, Vol. 58, June 2006, p. 539.
  • Noam, Eli, “Why the Internet Bad for Democracy” Communications of the ACM, Vol 48, No. 10, October 2005
  • Noam, Eli, “Fundamental Instability: Why Telecom is Becoming a Cyclical and Oligopolistic Industry,” Information Economics and Policy, Volume 18, Issue 3, September 2006, Pages 272-284
  • Noam, Eli, “Media Scholars as Activists: Media De-Concentration as Social Reform?,” Tulsa Law Review
  • Noam, Eli, “Smart Homes,” Global Agenda, World Economic Forum (January 2006), pp. 194-5
  • Noam, Eli, “Is the Internet Still Wide Open and Competitive,” Handbook of Internet Politics forthcoming
  • Noam, Eli, “Moore’s Law at risk from industry of delay,” The Financial Times online
  • Noam, Eli, “Broadbandwagons at the Crossroad,” The Financial Times
  • Noam, Eli, “Good News for News,” Financial Times Online
  • Noam, Eli, “Third Way for Net Neutrality,” Financial Times Online
  • Noam, Eli, “Why Television Regulation Will Become Telecom Regulation,” Financial Times Online
  • Noam, Eli, “Telecom Leadership Changes Guard,” Financial Times Online
  • Noam, Eli, “Broadband Divergence”
  • Noam, Eli, “Broadbandwagons at the Crossroad”
  • Noam, Eli, “Business Models for the Telecom Industry”
  • Noam, Eli, “Deregulation and Market Concentration: an Analysis of Post-1996 Consolidations”
  • Noam, Eli, “File-sharing and Commercial Entry”
  • Noam, Eli, “Fundamental Instability: Why Telecom is Becoming a Cyclical and Oligopolistic Industry”
  • Noam, Eli, “Internet Market Concentration”
  • Noam, Eli, “Internet-TV and the Global Flow of Filmed Entertainment”
  • Noam, Eli, “Media Scholars as Activists: Media De-Concentration as Social Reform?”
  • Noam, Eli, “Moore’s Law at risk from industry of delay”
  • Noam, Eli, “New platforms and content delivery opportunities: Creating and distributing content,”
  • Noam, Eli, “Next Generation Networks: Summary”
  • Noam, Eli, “Open Spectrum,”
  • Noam, Eli, “Smart Homes”
  • Noam, Eli, “The Impact of Accelerating Knowledge on the Business Firm”
  • Noam, Eli, “The internet’s third wave”
  • Noam, Eli, “The Medium is the Company: The Impact of Increased Knowledge on the Business Firm,”
  • Noam, Eli, “Why the Internet is Bad for Democracy,”
  • Odlyzko, Andrew, “The State of Telecom: Fundamental Drivers of Evolution”
  • Palmer, Shelly, “Living in a Cloud: The Present Future of Wireless Connectivity
  • Pepper, Robert, “Converghence and Futuire Netwotrks”
  • Phythyon, Dan, “Swallows, Sausages, and the 1996 Act”
  • Pressler, Larry, “Political Reflections on the 1996 Act”
  • Riordan, Michael, “Do Procurement Auctions Solve the Universal Service Problem?”
  • Rowe, Bob, “Key issues in universal service policy”
  • Rowe, Bob, “Wireless Communications and Universal Service”
  • Salant, David, “Technology Neutral Procurement for Narrowband and Broadband Services”
  • Schwartzman, Andy, “Attempting To Write “Top To Bottom” Omnibus Legislation. Section 202(h) As An Object Lesson”
  • Statz, Klaus-Peter, “The Ultrabroadband Media Cloud- Capacity Trends in the Home”
  • Steinberg, Richard, “Procurement Options”
  • Sterling, Chris, “Transformation: The 1996 Act Reshapes Radio”
  • Strickling, Larry, “Was The Situation We Have Today Inevitable As A Matter Of Economic Reality?
  • Strossen, Nadine, “The Telecommunications Act Of 1996 And The “Communications Decency Act” (“CDA”): An Essential First Amendment Issue”
  • Taschdjian, Martin, “Optimal Determination of Universal Service Funding with Real Options”
  • Thorne, John, “How The Legal Regime Alternately Attracts Or Repels Investment In The New Broadband Media”
  • Ungerboeck, Gottfried, “Signal Processing and Moore’s Law”
  • Wallman, Kathleen, “Endangered Species Lassoes and Unmet Promises”
  • Waz, Joe, “The Greatest Story Never Told: Cable and the ’96 Act”
  • Werbach, Kevin, “Policy Notes from the Ultranet”
  • Wilkie, Simon, “Universal Service Reform & Wireless Policy”
  • Zita, Ken, “Role of wireless in meeting universal service goals in developing countries”