This paper analyses the incidence of broadband on regional productivity in Brazil, intending to find out if the economic impact is uniform across all territories of the country.
This paper explains why most nations refused to endorse key United States 5G spectrum allocation proposals at the International Telecommunication Union’s 2015 World Radio Conference.
The persistence of broadband user behavior: Implications for universal service and competition policy
In several markets, firms compete not for consumer expenditure but consumer attention.
This article studies the impact of different elements driving the business case of a 5G network. The study was performed within 3 boroughs of central London, UK, for the period 2020–2030.
Developing countries typically have significantly lower levels of internet penetration and usage.
In recent years, and in line with European Commission plans, telecommunication operators have been facing the need to deploy high-speed, fiber-based infrastructure.
Closing the digital divide and increasing broadband adoption within households and communities continues to be a target for government and nonprofit groups.
Race, ethnicity, and telecommunications policy issues of access and representation: Centering communities of color and their concerns
This paper examines how and why activist groups representing marginalized communities of color are increasingly engaging in communications technology policy issues, particularly in relation to issues of digital access and representation.
Effects of broadband availability on total factor productivity in service sector firms: Evidence from Ireland
While broadband is widely believed to augment productivity, there is little firm-level evidence of a generalised causal effect.