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The wealth of networks: How social production transforms markets and freedom
  • J. Given
  • Economics, Computer Science
  • Inf. Econ. Policy
  • 1 June 2007
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Take your partners: Public private interplay in Australian and New Zealand plans for next generation broadband
Within a few days of each other in early 2009, the national governments of Australia and New Zealand announced separate plans to invest heavily in advanced broadband networks. Taxpayers in eachExpand
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The venturesome economy: how innovation sustains prosperity in a more connected world
T he growing integration of the world’s economy in general, and the increased participation of China and India in international trade in particular, raise important questions: Will competition fromExpand
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  • Open Access
Turning Off the Television: Broadcasting's Uncertain Future
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A Digital Agenda
In terms of economic growth, the so-called knowledge economy is a key economic factor underpinning national and EU development. The World Bank suggests that every 10 % increase in access to broadbandExpand
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Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement - Part 2
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“There Will Still Be Television but I Don’t Know What It Will Be Called!”: Narrating the End of Television in Australia and New Zealand
Australia and New Zealand, like other countries, have unique TV systems and practices that shape the possibilities enabled by emerging technologies, enterprises, behaviors and ideas. This articleExpand
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  • Open Access
America's Pie: Trade and Culture After 9/11
  • J. Given
  • Political Science
  • 1 November 2003
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Australia's Broadband: How Big is the Problem?
Four conclusions are drawn from the most recent data about broadband takeup in Australia and overseas. First, performance shouldn't be judged against a single criterion or against the same criteriaExpand
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