- Record of the 2010 CPRF
- Will a new Communications Act be allowed to work?
This article was published in Communications Law Bulletin vol 29(2) Sept 2010 at pp 7-8.
- Record of the 2009 CPRF
- Record of the 2008 CPRF
- Record of the 2007 CPRF
- The Policy Matrix
- VoIP regulatory options
This paper examines options to provide normal treatment for VoIP services within the Australian telecommunications regime.
- Building viable NGN markets
This publication is the record of our expert round table which shares thinking about future competition and co-operation arrangements in the new telecommunications landscape. It also deals with commercial and structural arrangements for NGNs. It asks whether co-operative investment, efficient use of shared infrastructure, and the standards for NGN interconnection will require some changes to the rules of play. The changes might be new negotiating fora, improved forms of multi-party contract, new roles for industry bodies and regulators; possibly even law reform. The report brings together a mix of experts in economics, regulation, mediation, law, engineering, plus management experience in telecommunications and other public utilities.
- Waiting for the convergent regulator
What happened to the idea of a convergent regulator during the post-97 telecommunications policy discussion in the 1990s?
2 October 2002.
- Public service program genres in the multichannel environment: a study of five East Asian countries
Directions for public service television program genres and schedules in the multichannel environment: a comparison of Japan, Australia, Singapore, New Zealand and Malaysia.
10 September 2002.
- Rural telecommunications policy reform
- Future of World Communications: Foundation Meetings
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