Category Archives: Jonathan Liebenau

Feb 13 2014

What are the dimensions of the internet?

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On Monday 10 February, Jonathan Liebenau presented a synopsis of one of the research themes of our team during the February’s London Enterprise Technology MeetUp held monthly at the LSE. Read here Jonathan’s remarks, key questions and possible ways forward … Continue reading

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Dec 20 2013

Economic health of the internet ecosystem: briefing from CAIDA’s 2013 workshop

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Last week, the Cooperative Association of Internet Data Analysis [CAIDA] and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) held its 4th invitation-only workshop on internet economics on the theme “Economic Health of the Internet Ecosystem”. LSE Tech’s Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood and Jonathan … Continue reading

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Dec 10 2013

The new business realities in the digital age: Jonathan Liebenau addresses opening keynote at #FT summit

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On December 4 Jonathan Liebenau addressed the opening keynote of the FT Mobile Business Futures Summit. The half day event brought together leaders and senior executives from key sectors in the economy to discuss future opportunities and challenges that the … Continue reading

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Nov 14 2013

Just Released: DCMS’ UK Broadband Impact Study

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TheUK Department for Culture, Media & Sport released today a report on the benefits of superfast broadband in the UK. In this blog, Jonathan Liebenau from LSE Tech offers initial thoughts on the study’s general scope, its  usefulness and limitations … Continue reading

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Oct 7 2013

Internet metrics, telecom and internet policy: highlights from the TPRC 2013

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The TPRC is the oldest and most influential continuous meeting on telecoms policy, always held in Washington, D.C. and nowadays subtitled the “Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy”. Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood and Jonathan Liebenau of the LSE Tech team presented … Continue reading

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Jul 15 2013

Convergence of Computing Science, Networks and the Law: Reflections from the workshop at UPenn Law

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  Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood and Jonathan Liebenau from the LSE Tech attended an invitation-only Roundtable on Computer Science and the Law and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, on the 24-25th of June. In tihs post, Silvia and Jonathan present the  … Continue reading

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May 24 2013

Report of the LSE Network Economy Conference 2013: policies and strategies for a revival of the European Telecom and Internet Sector

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The LSE Tech group held a Network Economy conference on 13 May on the theme “The need for a revival of the European Telecom and Internet Sector: Policies and Business Strategy”. Among the 75 participants we had regulators, telecom operators, … Continue reading

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May 7 2013

LSE Tech at the FT Media Summit 2013: social media, innovation, big data and more

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Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood and Jonathan Liebenau from LSE Tech participated in the FT Digital Media Conference Summit in London, on April 25 and 26 2013. The two-day event highlighted the many aspects of digital business are facing.  The agenda ranged widely, … Continue reading

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Apr 25 2013

Spectrum allocation for emergency services in the UK and Europe: An open set of questions to be researched

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In light of the upcoming changes that we may foresee in spectrum allocation, Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood, Jonathan Liebenau and Patrik Karrberg outline key questions on spectrum allocation for emergency services in the UK and Europe. The ITU World Radio communication Conference 2012 … Continue reading

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Apr 19 2013

Workshop summary: Fourth LSE Network Economy Forum 25 March 2013

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The latest half-day workshop at London School of Economics was attended by 39 invited people who focused on the theme “Policies for a sustainable telecommunications and internet sector in Europe”. Participants included regulators, telecom operators, internet application firms, financial analysts, … Continue reading

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