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Bit by Bit: Building a Transatlantic Partnership for the Information Age
     

Bit by Bit: Building a Transatlantic Partnership for the Information Age

by Robin Gaster, Erik Olbeter, Amy Bolster
 

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This text suggests solutions to the obstacles facing the USA and European Union as they race to secure their positions in the global information age. Despite the size and prowess of both the USA and European Union, neither will be able to take advantage of this age without a collaborative effort.

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This text suggests solutions to the obstacles facing the USA and European Union as they race to secure their positions in the global information age. Despite the size and prowess of both the USA and European Union, neither will be able to take advantage of this age without a collaborative effort.

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Considers the prospects for aligning US and European information industries by describes some of the complex changes occurring in them, the policies impeding and promoting such changes, and the international issues that arise from this process. The topics include background on the two communications markets, the shift from monopoly to competitive markets, technical and context issues in a broadband era, and case studies of the British and German experiences with regulatory reform. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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ISBN-13:
9781563249167
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
07/31/1996
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
320

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