2009 Papers

  • Atkinson, Robert C. and Schultz, Ivy S. “Broadband in America: Where It Is and Where It Is Going.” Report for the Federal Communications Commission. November 2009.
  • Katz, Raul. “Effective platform-based broadband competition”, Economic and Regulatory Policy in Telecommunications, Madrid, September 2009
  • Katz, Raul. “The impact of broadband policy framework on jobs and the economy.” The Parliament 293, September 2009
  • Katz, Raul. “The Economic and Social Impact of Telecommunications Output: A Theoretical Framework and Empirical Evidence for Spain.” Intereconomics 44, no. 1 (2009): 41-48.
  • Katz, Raul. “The World Economic Crisis: The Return of Keynesian Economics to the New Communications Networks.” Telos 78 (2009): 13-27.
  • Katz, Raul. “El papel de las TIC en el desarrollo: propuesta de America Latina a los retos economicos actuales,” Barcelona: Ariel, 2nd edition, 2009.
  • Gerbarg, Darcy. “Introduction: The Digital Evolution of Television.” Television Goes Digital. Gerbarg, Darcy, ed. New York: Springer, 2009.
  • Noam, Eli. “TV or Not TV: Where Video is Going.” Television Goes Digital. Darcy Gerbarg, ed. New York: Springer, 2009.
  • Noam, Eli. “Why Broadband Internet Should Not Be the Priority for Developing Countries.” Internet Policy and Economics: Challenges and Perspectives. Ed. William H. Lehr and Lorenzo Maria Pupillo. New York: Springer, 2009. 73-78.
  • Noam, Eli. “The Other Transition: Analog Switch-off.” The Financial Times Online, January 16,2009.
  • Noam, Eli. “Hollywood 2.0: How Internet Distribution Will Affect the Film Industry,” in Media Technology and Society: Theories of Media Evolution, ed. W. Russell Neuman, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, December 2009.
  • Noam, Eli. “The Washington Broadbandwagon.” The Financial Times Online, March 8, 2009.
  • Noam, Eli. “Separating Telecoms?” The Financial Times Online, May 15, 2009.
  • Noam, Eli. “Coming Soon: Mobile, Immersive, Interactive Entertainment.” The Financial Times Online, July 17, 2009.
  • Noam, Eli. “Goodbye Macroeconomics.” The Financial Times Online, October 14, 2009.