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Communication is a crucial basis for the development of each individual's social identity as well as for intellectual and commercial exchange and economic development. Therefore, the question is not whether telecommunications industries have a future but what kind of future old and new players will have, given the dynamic changes in technologies and markets with various opportunities, challenges, and discontinuities. This book contains the results of a Transatlantic Symposium organized by the MNCHNER KREIS and supported by Georgetown University and its BMW Center for German and European Studies. The symposium combined perspectives from industrial practice and academic research originating from North America and Europe. Key issues were the technological drivers of change, changing market structures and business models, and the nature of future regulation on telecom markets.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.21" Width: 5.98" Height: 0.55" Weight: 0.57 lbs.
Release Date May 22, 2006
ISBN 3540325530 ISBN13 9783540325536
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More About Arnold Picot
Rolf Wigand is Director of the Graduate Program in Information Resources Management at Syracuse University, New York. He researches and teaches in information management, strategic use of IT, electronic commerce, tele-communications and information policy. Arnold Picot of Lugwig-Maximilians University in Munich is head of the German Association of Professors in Business Administration and the German Economic Association. Ralf Reichwald holds the chair for General and Industrial Business Administration at the Technical University of Munich.
Arnold Picot has an academic affiliation as follows - Univ. of Munich University of Munich University of Munich University o.