Communications Satellites: Global Change Agents

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BACKGROUND READINGS

Americas Telecommunication Indicators 2000, Executive Summary, International Telecommunications Union, Geneva, April 2000.

Contribution by the Delegation of Spain, Document 22-E, Plenary, AM-RDC, American Regional Telecommunication Development Conference, ITU, Acapulco, 1992.

Federal Aviation Administration, Associate Administrator for Commercial Space Transportation (AST) and Commercial Space Transportation Advisor Committee (COMSTAC), Commercial Space Transportation Forecasts—2002, May 2002.

Fixed Satellite Services, Equity Research-Telecommunications, Bear Stearns & Co., Inc., September 2002.

Global Satellite Marketplace 2001, A Space Odyssey, Pipe Dreams Become Reality, Merrill Lynch Satellite CEO Conference, New York, February 2001.

Hudson, Heather, (1995), Converging Technologies and Changing Realities: Universal Service in the Information Age, 7th World Telecommunication Forum, Technology Summit, Vol. 1, Telecom 95, Geneva, Switzerland.

Information Technology, Main Telephone Lines, Cellular Subscribers, 2000–2002, Statistics of the International Telecommunication Union, Geneva, Switzerland, 2003.

ITU: Celebrating 130 Years. 1865–1995, (1995), London, United Kingdom: International Systems and Communications Ltd.

Kaplan, M. H., (2003), “Space Business Facts and Fantasies 2003, ” Satellite 2003 Conference, February 25, 2003.

Kayani, R., and Dymond, A., (1997), Options for Rural Telecommunications Development, World Bank Technical Paper No. 359, Washington, DC: World Bank.

Lerner, Norman, (1991, May), International Telecommunication Union Journal, Volume 58, Geneva, Switzerland.

Lerner, Norman, (1998), “Investing in Telecommunications Privatization Around the World, ” Proceedings of the Global Telecom Market Forum, Supercomm, Atlanta, Georgia.

Lerner, Norman, (1998), Universal Service in a Privatized Environment, Proceedings of the Global Telecom Market Forum, Supercomm, Atlanta, Georgia.

“Millennium World Telecom, ” Proceedings of the World Telecom 99 and Interactive 99, International Telecommunications Union, Geneva, Switzerland, 1999.

Pelton, Joseph N., (2002), The New Satellite Industry: Revenue Opportunities and Strategies for Success, International Engineering Consortium, Chicago, Illinois.

“The Relationship Between Telecommunications and the National Economy: A Pragmatic Approach to Its Quantitative Determination Using a Macroeconomic Cross-Sectional Analysis, ” Symposium on Economic & Financial Issues of Telecommunications, International Telecommunications Union, Geneva, 1987.

Roller, L., and Waverman, L., (2001, September), “Telecommunications Infrastructure and Economic Development: A Simultaneous Approach, ” American Economic Review.

Rostow, Eugene, (1968), President's Task Force on Communications Policy, Final Report, Washington, DC: U. S. Government Printing Office.

Saunders, Robert, Warford, J., and Wellenius, Bjorn, (1983), Telecommunications and Economic Development, Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Technology and Telecommunications, Salomon Smith Barney, Private Client Equity Strategy, New York, February 2001 and 2002.

“Telecommunication Indicators in the Eurostat Area, ” Working Group, Statistics on Communication and Information Services, Luxembourg, February 1–2, 2001.

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