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Japanese Telecommunications: Market and Policy in Transition

Japanese Telecommunications: Market and Policy in Transition

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Presenting a comprehensive survey of the telecommunications industry in Japan Taplin and Wakui cover the different sectors of the industry including mobile broadband and satellite whilst considering key questions such as the structure and economics of the industry government policy and international relations issues connected to the industry.

The volume brings together unique analysis by renowned experts in the telecommunications field. One major overall problem is that unlike many other industries Japan has lagged behind other countries in telecommunications. Japanese Telecommunications considers why this should be so showing how far this is attributable to an unmodernized industry structure and assessing the measures being taken to address the problem.

After over a decade of struggle Japan has recorded rapid uptake of broadband and Japanese advanced mobile services have become increasingly successful on a global scale. Japan has also undergone regulatory reform and competition policy is now given top priority by government. Taplin and Wakui examine the most recent developments and provide signposts for the future.

Specifications : Taplin Ruth : Wakui Masako Publisher: Taylor & Francis Publish Date: Jan 2013 ISBN-13: 9780415649391 ISBN-10: 0415649390 Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 228 Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.8 List of contributors Preface Acknowledgements Introduction Changes in the Interface and Industry Structure The Broadband Market in Japan Mobile Phone Industry: A Microcosm of Deregulation Globalization and Technological Change in the Japanese Economy Changing Satellite Systems in Japan within a Global Context Spectrum Policy R&D and Intellectual Property in a Changing Telecommunication Market Policy Network for Network Policy in Japan Ill-Defined National Interest: The Difficult Role of the Japanese Negotiator in the Access Charge Negotiations with the United States

Presenting a comprehensive survey of the telecommunications industry in Japan Taplin and Wakui cover the different sectors of the industry € including mobile broadband and satellite whilst considering key questions such as the structure and economics of the industry government policy and international relations issues connected to the industry.

The volume brings together unique analysis by renowned experts in the telecommunications field. One major overall problem is that unlike many other industries Japan has lagged behind other countries in telecommunications. Japanese Telecommunications considers why this should be so showing how far this is attributable to an unmodernized industry structure and assessing the measures being taken to address the problem.

After over a decade of struggle Japan has recorded rapid uptake of broadband and Japanese advanced mobile services have become increasingly successful on a global scale. Japan has also undergone regulatory reform and competition policy is now given top priority by government. Taplin and Wakui examine the most recent developments and provide signposts for the future.

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