♥ Book Title : China's Telecommunications Revolution
☯ Full Synopsis : "China's telecommunications industry has seen revolutionary transformation and growth over the past three decades. Chinese Internet users number nearly 150 million, and the PRC expects to quickly pass the US in total numbers of connected citizens. The number of mobile and fixed-line telephone users soared from a mere 2 million in 1980 to a total of nearly 800 million in 2007. China has been the most successful developing nation in history for spreading telecommunications access at an unparalleled rapid pace. This book tells how China conducted its remarkable "telecommunications revolution". It examines both corporate and government policy to get citizens connected to both voice and data networks, looks at the potential challenges to the one-party government when citizens get this access, and considers the new opportunities for networking now offered to the people of one of the world's fastest growing economies. The book is based on the author's fieldwork conducted in several Chinese cities, as well as extensive archival research. It focuses on key issues such as building and running the country's Internet, mobile phone company rivalry, foreign investment in the sector, and telecommunications in China's vibrant city of Shanghai. It also considers the country's internal "digital divide", and questions how equitable the telecommunications revolution has been. Finally, it examines the ways the PRC's entry to the World Trade Organization will shape the future course of telecommunications growth."Article| Eric Harwit| Statement ..."
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♥ Book Title : Telecommunications in China
☯ Full Synopsis : "This book explains the history, current situation, market size and technological level of China's telecommunication industry in detail. It also provides an introduction to the main operators in China and their respective market shares and network technologies. Information about major equipment manufacturing enterprises and their major products is also provided, and their competitive strengths are analyzed. Finally, the book describes the evolution of China's telecommunication regulatory regime, the changes in telecommunication policies and the reform of regulatory practices. The impact of these reform measures is then briefly evaluated."Article| Jintong Lin, Yan Wan| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : China in the Information Age
☯ Full Synopsis : "How compatible are the new China and the information age? Will China's economic reforms allow it to join the information revolution, or will it's unique political structure keep it insulated from the main currents of global economic development? This volume considers questions such as these."Article| Milton Mueller, Zixiang Tan| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Telecommunications in China: Opportunities and Challenges
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♥ Book Title : China's Telecommunications Reforms
☯ Full Synopsis : "Although general economic reforms were initiated in China in 1978, for over a decade China's telecommunications industry was largely untouched and remained an administrative monopoly. As a result of ongoing overall reforms, as well as interactions between internal and external forces, China started to reform its telecommunications regime in the early 1990s. In a relatively short period, fundamental changes have taken place in a number of key areas, including regulation, market access, competition, foreign investment and the like. In 2000, the Chinese government issued the Telecommunications Regulations, to meet WTO standards, set out fundamental competition rules and clear away obstacles barring foreign and private investment from the telecommunications sector. In the past few years, a number of rules covering various regulatory issues have also been made, including the long awaited Regulations on the Administration of Foreign Invested Telecommunications Enterprises. The Chinese government, meanwhile, continues the process of drafting a comprehensive Telecommunications Law, with passage expected in 2003. In studying China's telecommunications reforms, this book applies a Public Choice Plus theory, which analyses interactions between various discrete factors or forces in policy-making and, in particular, the roles of interests, ideology, technology, ideas, institutions and the internationalisation of markets."Article| Scott Yunxiang Guan| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : China Telecommunications
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♥ Book Title : Chinese Telecommunications Policy
☯ Full Synopsis : "Based on firsthand information obtained from interviews with senior figures in the Chinese telecommunications industry, this book presents a unique review and analysis of the evolution of Chinese telecommunications policy. It analyses the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing new entrants, issues of ownership and interconnection, the broad economic background of 3G licensing, and the significant implications of ChinaOCOs accession to the WTO. These are fully analyzed within the context of the unfolding Chinese regulatory system.""Article| Xu Yan, Douglas C. Pitt| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Telecommunications and economic development in China
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| Markus Wauschkuhn, Universität Bremen. Institut für Weltwirtschaft und Internationales Management, Hochschule Bremen. Internationaler Studiengang Volkswirtschaft| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Regulating Telecommunications in the EU and China
☯ Full Synopsis : "Chinese as well as European regulatory decisions need to consider regional particularities but insist on an implementation system that never loses sight of its goal. In the area of electronic communications policy, this goal is the establishment of a market environment that ensures innovation, high quality and affordable prices. The present survey aims at improving the process of knowledge exchange between European and Chinese experts and decision-makers in Information Society law and policy. The EU-China Information Society Project asked the authors to assess both the EU's and the Chinese status quo, and to bring together both perspectives together in a joint effort to learn from the EU experiences for the Chinese decision-making process today."Article| Bernd Holznagel, Junqi Xu, Thomas Hart| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : China's Telecommunications Market
☯ Full Synopsis : "Before the 1990s, China's telecommunications sector was a lacklustre monopoly featured by poor-quality service and inadequate capacity. Today the country boasts a dynamic telecommunications industry with the world's largest communications network and user-base with over 460 million telephone subscribers. China's accession to the WTO in 2001 has opened this huge developing telecommunications market to foreign participation and investment.The authors examine the singularity of the Chinese experience in building up its extensive telecommunications network in merely a decade, by reviewing China's national industrial policies and institutional reforms within the industry. The reader will find in this volume a unique and in-depth analysis of the interplay between political and economic forces amidst the industry's structural overhaul and regulatory reforms. The accounts of industrial features and market conditions are enriched with up-to-date data, which are extremely useful for appreciating the development and prospects for this fast-growing market, set against the backdrop of China's accession to the WTO.Scholars of China or Asian studies and researchers of information-communications industry and Asian/China studies will find this work of great interest, as will governmental policymakers, both in China and beyond. For foreign business practitioners eyeing this market, this volume provides a helpful guide to understand China's various interests and public welfare considerations that motivate changes in policies towards foreign investment and participation."Article| Ding Lu, Chee Kong Wong| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Telecommunications Reform in the Asia-Pacific Region
☯ Full Synopsis : "This book attempts to draw lessons from the experiences of developed as well as developing countries in carrying out telecommunications reform. Contributors come from academia, as well as from stakeholders in telecommunications policy in a dozen countries, mostly in the Asia-Pacific region. Globally, the telecommunications industry is undergoing major changes: technological advances in the form of a vast number of new digitised services, ownership shifts as state-owned carriers in many countries become fully or partly privatized, and a general transition from monopolistic to more competitive market environments. The economic and regulatory experiences derived from these changes are explored and analyzed using the USA, the UK, Australia and Singapore to represent developed and newly industrialized countries, and China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam as examples of developing countries. The conclusions outlined in this timely volume hold important lessons for these as well as for other countries."Article| Allan Brown, Moazzem Hossain, Duc-Tho Nguyen| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : New China Telecommunications Regulations
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♥ Book Title : Implications for Strategic Investment in China's Broadband Wireless Telecommunications Industry
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