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Global broadband battles: why the U.S. and Europe lag while Asia leads

Author: Fransman, Martin Publisher: Stanford Business Books 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 280 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0804753067Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Asia Campus
Main Collection
Print HC2000 .T45 G56 2006
(Browse shelf)
900097795
Available 900097795
Book Europe Campus
Main Collection
Print HC2000 .T45 G56 2006
(Browse shelf)
001212111
Available 001212111
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Global broadband battles Tables and Figures Preface 1 Introduction Martin Fransman ASIA: J A P A N , KOREA, A N D C H I N A PART O N E . 2 Broadband, Information Society, and the National System in Japan Takanori Ida 3 Broadband, the Information Society, and National Systems: T h e Korean Case Inho Chung 4 Broadband Access Development in China Manqiang Liu PART T W O . N O R T H AMERICA: T H E U N I T E D STATES 5 Broadband in the United States Iohannes M. Bauer PART T H R E E . EUROPE: FRANCE, G E R M A N Y , ITALY, A N D S W E D E N 6 Emergence and Growth of Broadband in the French Infocommunications System of Innovation Iackie Krafft 7 Development of the Broadband Market in Germany Franz Biillingen 8 Broadband in Italy: Timing in Inter-modal Rivalry Cristiano Antonelli and Pier Paolo Patrucco 9 The Swedish Broadband Market Sven Lindmark and Per Bjorstedt Conclusion: The Importance of Institutions Martin Fransman Contributors Index

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