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Health Policy: International and Historical Dimensions Vol: 6

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20 Mar 1996
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
384 pages - 152 x 229 x 34mm
International Review of Comparative Public Policy
Part of a series offering international reviews of comparative public policy, this volume provides comparative perspectives on family law and gender bias. The topics discussed include: the concept of the natural family and the American family; gender and racial sterotype; and patriarchy in China.
Statement of scope, Nicholas Mercuro; preface, Rodney Stevenson et al; technological transformation and innovation - the development of the new communications order, Eli Noam; telecommunications policy in the global information economy of the nineties, Harry Trebing and Maurice Estabrooks; institutional and procedural effects on the development of United States telecommunication policy, Gerald W. Brock; competition and privatization - the liberalization of Japanese telecommunications policy, Hajime Oniki et al; the liberalization of telephone services in the United Kingdom, Michael Beesley and Bruce Laidaw; telecommunications in post-1992 Europe, Johannes M. Bauer; the policies of integration - telecommunication policy in the single European market, Robin Mansell and Michael Jenkins; the nature and evolution of telecommunications policy in Canada, Steven Globerman et al; telecommunication reform in Australia and New Zealand, William H. Melody; the evolution of telecommunication policy in the Republic of Korea, Eun-Ju Kim and Yong-Ok Jin; telecommunication privatization in the periphery - adjusting the private-public balance, Bella M. Mody et al; the emergent regime for trade in international telecommunications, Chee-Wah Cheah.

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