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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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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 22 2013

Regulatory Economics in New Telecom Markets: US and European Perspectives

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As part of the Fourth LSE Network Economy Forum, held on 25 March 2013, Johannes Bauer presented a keynote on regulatory economics in new telecom markets.  This post addresses Johannes’s key points on how the definition of telecom vs information … Continue reading

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Feb 26 2013

Economics of the cloud: Employment effects in two exemplary sectors in the USA, the UK, Germany and Italy

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It is commonly felt that cloud computing will bring changes to information handling practices with widespread effects on organizational structures and strategies. In this post, Jonathan Liebenau and Patrik Karrberg show how better models to assess the economic effects of … Continue reading

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Feb 12 2013

A Pricing Proposal: Regulation, nonlinear pricing and self-selecting tariffs

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In this post, James Alleman focuses on the negative welfare effects of the typical pricing structures found in the ICT sector. To enhance welfare, the author suggests, regulators should require ICT firms to bill their consumers the “best” price structure … Continue reading

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Jan 29 2013

Ten years of US e-government: retrospect and prospect

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Jonathan Liebenau, head of LSE Tech, reflects on an event organized by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) held at the U.S. Capital Building as part of a series on e-government.    The tenth anniversary of the US E-Government … Continue reading

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