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Dialing for Change

Success Model for Telecommunications Revolution in Developing Countries



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Dialing for Change: Success Model for Telecommunications Revolution in Developing Countries by Ravindra, Nath Goyal
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Success Model for Telecommunications Revolution in Developing Countries R. N. Goyal worked with Department of Telecommunications of India from 1963 till his retirement in 2001 as Member of Telecom Commission and Secretary to Department of Telecom Operations. He is one of the architects of New Telecom Policy of 1999, which revolutionized the Indian Telecom Scene. This book contains his experiences during his long association with telecom sector and his forthright suggestions for development of telecommunications in developing countries including India. "Dialing for Change presents a unique perspective on the transformation of telecommunications in developing countries. Using the Indian success story it outlines the restructuring of telecommunications industries, away from the monopoly structures of the past towards increased competition, deregulation and privatization." "International and interdisciplinary, Dialing for Change will appeal to professionals in the industry and policy-makers worldwide, and to students of communications, public policy and planning, law, economics, business, politics and sociology."
Release date Australia
December 16th, 2006
Country of Publication
United States
Outskirts Press
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