Published March 1988
by United Nations Pubns .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||292|
Downloadable! This paper presents an endogenous growth model where, in line with the recent empirical evidence, the telecommunications industry (telecom) is an engine of growth. In such a framework, this paper analyzes the channels through which telecom contributes to economic growth and focuses on market structure analysis for telecom, in the light of the recent changes in it. An econometric model is estimated which relates TFP growth to output growth, network digitisation, telecommunications development, output-mix, the business cycle and market structure. This article focuses on the competitiveness of the consumer telecommunications industry. It explains how the telecommunications industry has changed and how it is merging or intersecting with other industries, such as information technology, media and financial service; how differences between products have emerged; and the effect of these differences on competition. rapid growth in Indian telecom industry has been contributing to India’s GDP at large. After independence the growth in telecom sector in public sector was fair and well planned. I. Introduction Telecom is an essential infrastructure for economic development and hence for the improvement of the quality of human life.
Useful strategic tool for understanding market growth or decline, business position, potential and direction for investment Factors vary in importance based on goods or services offered: Telecommunication sector vs agriculture produce eg Thursday, 9 August Looking at Telecom industry trends by and beyond. For last 20 years, continuous technical transformation and information waves have driven high growth in the telecom industry. However, an age with saturated telecom penetration is coming, and industry is . Using data on 44 African countries over , Andrianaivo and Kpodar ( find a growth impact consistent with that of Waverman et al. (); they also find that the GDP growth rate varied. The various milestones of the Indian Telecom industry like the Growth of Telephones (fixed and mobile), Tele-density in rural and urban areas, Wireless and Wireline Communication, Public and Private Sector Telecom operators, their market share has also been presented in detail in this study -. History of Indian Telecom Industry.
Canadian telecommunications industry. The study seeks to provide an overview of the main economic characteristics of the industry with a focus on several hypotheses relevant to service sector industrial activity. This book is divided into six chapters. Chapter 1 provides a detailed description of the telecommunication industry in Canada. At the industry level, the swing in the acceleration in labour productivity growth was smaller than that in China, and was led by machinery, automobile service and sales of fuel, post and telecommunications, and financial intermediaries. 10 out the 32 industries experienced a decline in labour productivity growth over the two sub-periods, with. This statistic shows the forecasted annual growth in worldwide spending in the telecom services industry from to Global telecom services spending is projected to . The structure of the U.S. telecommunications industry has changed dramatically over recent decades, with consequences for research. Major changes over the past several decades have included the breakup of the Bell System, especially the divestiture, the creation of Lucent Technologies, and the advent of long-haul competitors such as MCI and Sprint; the transformation of cable system.