Comms&Media Publications

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Comms & Media | Working Paper
10 December 2020
Ofcom identified significant competition concerns in the UK pay TV market and proposed regulatory remedies to address them. For about ten years it tried to get these measure implemented. However, [...]
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CROCIONI Pietro(Editor)
Comms & Media | Working Paper
29 September 2020
Technical standards that are agreed within a Standard Development Organization (SDO) often cover several ‘essential’ patents for the implementation of a standard (i.e., Standard Essential Patents, SEPs). In order to [...]
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BOTTA Marco(Editor)
Comms & Media | Working Paper
27 September 2020
In the context of standards development, the current mechanism of negotiation of FRAND royalties frequently brings to undesirable litigation. This is mainly due to the fact that a relevant part [...]
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Pier Luigi Parcu, SILEI David
Comms & Media | Working Paper
09 September 2020
The introduction of the fifth generation of mobile technology (5G) is expected to bring immense changes. These changes may be much more pervasive than any previous introduction of new mobile [...]
Comms & Media | Working Paper
27 February 2020
A consensus is emerging around the world about the need for policymakers to address certain characteristics and competitive tendencies that are generated by digital platforms or digital ecosystems, with a [...]
Comms & Media | Working Paper
05 January 2016
The concepts of smart city and sharing economy are at the centre of a number of current debates, which touch upon, among others, issues like the current urbanisation trends, the [...]
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Paula Gori, Pier Luigi Parcu, STASI Maria Luisa
Comms & Media | Working Paper
03 July 2015
Few legal decisions have gained greater academic and public scrutiny than has the Google Spain case and the facts of this so-called ‘right to be forgotten’ case are widely known. [...]
By:
SVANTESSON Dan Jerker B.
Comms & Media | Working Paper
20 December 2013
For many years, electronic communications has been one of the most important areas of policy intervention or the European Union. Liberalisation and privatisation of the telecommunications industry were very important [...]
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Pier Luigi Parcu, SILVESTRI Virginia
Comms & Media | Working Paper
22 November 2012
This paper provides a model of the market for news where profit-maximizing media outlets choose their editors from a population of rational citizens. The analysis identifies a novel mechanism of [...]
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SOBBRIO Francesco
Comms & Media | Working Paper
08 September 2011
We investigate institutional and policy drivers of telecommunications deregulation in Europe. In particular, we focus on those determinants which received so-far a comparatively little attention: policy speed and timing, path-dependency, [...]
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BELLOC Filippo, Antonio Nicita, Pier Luigi Parcu

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