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This article is a repost of my blog which originally appears in Telecom Asia, with their kind permission. Barely a month after the Philippines celebrated—with much pizzazz—the 20th anniversary of its first internet connection, the ASEAN released an infographic showing the country having … Continue reading
This article is a repost of my blog which originally appears in Telecom Asia, with their kind permission. I was 20 years old when I first got exposed to the internet. Having come from a family that did not own … Continue reading
This article is a repost of my blog which originally appears in Telecom Asia, with their kind permission. On November 8, the Philippines was hit by Typhoon Yolanda (international name: Haiyan), one of the strongest typhoons to make landfall ever recorded … Continue reading
7 December 2009 Reform and regulation Interconnection Benchmarking in Namibia, Christoph Stork (South Africa/Germany) Presentation Policy Brief Fragmenting the Governance of Telecommunications Sector in China: Implications to China’s WTO Accession and Compliance, Shaohua Ma (Singapore/China) Presentation Policy Brief , Asoka Balasooriya (Australia/Sri Lanka) Presentation … Continue reading
Friday 5 December 2008 Telecom Operator Strategies Strategy for Telecom Operators to get maximum benefit from fiber deployment and NGNs – Kashif Azim Janjua (Pakistan) – PresentationPolicy Brief Procurement Management Optimization based on Life-cycle-cost Analysis for Telecom Companies – Xiaoli Zhu … Continue reading
December 15, 2007 Session 2: Governance of ICT and ICT for Governance Taking e-Gov to the bottom of the pyramid now: Dial-a-gov? – Helani Galpaya and Rohan Samarajiva, PhD – PRESENTATION PNP TEXT 2920 SERVICE: A communication perspective on M-Government in Philippine … Continue reading
7 December 2009
Reform and regulation
Bringing Evidence to the Policy Process: A Conversation
The following is based on a session held at CPRsouth3.
This session is an open discussion between two ICT policy enthusiasts who have distinct experiences and involvement in the policy process—one being a seasoned academic from a developed country who saw how telecommunications and ICT evolved from the 1980s and is directly involved in policymaking and formal discussions in the international arena, and the other an early career researcher from a developing country who, working from outside the academe and government, participates in the policy process through informal channels and public forums where she contributes her research findings and builds her network.
Friday 5 December 2008
Telecom Operator Strategies