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Working Papers





  1. Mansell, R. (2010) ‘Power and Interests in Developing Knowledge Societies: Exogenous and Endogenous Discourses in Contention’, IKM-E (International Knowledge Management – Emergent) Working Paper No. 11 at http://wiki.ikmemergent.net/index.php/File:IKM_Working_Paper-11-Robin_Mansell-July2010-final-pdf.pdf

  2. Databank Consulting, Mansell-Media@LSE and others (2003) ‘Policy Challenges for the Age of Networks’, STAR Conference Summary, for ‘Socio-economic Trends Assessment for the Digital Revolution’ (STAR), European Commission Report, Milan

  3. Databank Consulting, Mansell-Media@LSE and others (2003) ‘Images of Tomorrow’, STAR Annual Report 2003, for ‘Socio-economic Trends Assessment for the Digital Revolution’ (STAR), European Commission Report, Milan.

  4. Databank Consulting, Mansell-Media@LSE and others (2002) ‘Forgetting the Digital Revolution Rhetoric’, STAR Annual Report 2002, for for ‘Socio-economic Trends Assessment for the Digital Revolution’ (STAR), European Commission Report, Milan.

  5. Databank Consulting, Mansell-Media@LSE and others (2001) ‘Europe The Digital Way: Employment, Growth and Transformation’, STAR Annual Report 2001, for ‘Socio-economic Trends Assessment for the Digital Revolution’ (STAR), European Commission Report, Milan.

  6. Hawkins, R. and Mansell, R. (2001) ‘Electronic Commerce and Business Model Evolution’, Executive Briefing No. 3, for ‘Socio-economic Trends Assessment for the Digital Revolution’ (STAR), European Commission Report, Oct.

  7. Millar, J. and Mansell, R. (2001) ‘Skill, Employment and the Digital Economy’, Executive Briefing No. 5, for ‘Socio-economic Trends Assessment for the Digital Revolution’ (STAR), European Commission Report, Oct..

  8. Mansell, R., Hawkins, R. and Steinmueller, W. E. (1998) ‘Towards “Digital Intermediation” in the European Information Society’, FAIR (Forecasts and Assessment of Advanced Communication Technologies and Services and Recommendations – European Commission DGXIII project) Working Paper No. 50, SPRU, Mar.

  9. Janson, E. and Mansell, R (1998) ‘A Case of Electronic Commerce: the On-line Music Industry - Content, Regulation and Barriers to Development’, FAIR Working Paper No. 40, SPRU, Mar.

  10. Margaris, P. and Mansell, R. (1998) ‘Global Mobile Personal Communication Systems: Bridging the Compatibility Gap in International Mobile Telephony’, FAIR Working Paper No. 39, SPRU, Mar.

  11. Mansell, R. and Sayers, D. (1998) ‘Update on European Telecommunication Regulation and Policy: FAIR Overview of the 1998 “Free Market”’, FAIR Working Paper No. 37, SPRU, Mar.

  12. Mansell, R. and Srivastava, L. (1998) ‘Electronic Cash and the Innovation Process: A User Paradigm’ FAIR Working Paper No. 35, SPRU, Mar.

  13. Mansell, R. (1997) ‘Consumer and Citizen Rights and Expectations: Commercialising Advanced Communication Services in the Information Society’, FAIR Working Paper No. 25, SPRU, Feb.

  14. Mansell, R. (1997) ‘The Implementation of Data Protection Legislation and its Workability’ FAIR Working Paper No. 24, SPRU, Feb.

  15. Mansell, R. and Steinmueller, W. E. (1996) ‘The Way Forward: Socio Economic and Policy Issues & Advanced Communication Technologies and Services’ FAIR Working Paper No. 2, SPRU, Mar and Nov.

  16. Mansell, R. and Steinmueller, W. E. (1996) ‘Technology Diffusion and Complementary Developments in the ACTS Programme’ FAIR Working Paper No. 3, SPRU, Mar and Nov.

  17. Mansell, R., Hawkins, R. and Steinmueller, W. E. (1996) ‘Standards and Standardisation for European Competitiveness’ FAIR Working Paper No. 4, SPRU, Mar and Nov.

  18. Mansell, R. and Steinmueller, W. E. (1996) ‘Regulation and Policy for Advanced Communication Technologies and Services’ FAIR Working Paper No. 5, SPRU, Mar and Nov.

  19. Mansell, R. and Steinmueller, W. E. (1996) ‘Intellectual Property Rights - Key Issues and Problems’ FAIR Working Paper No. 6, SPRU, Mar and Nov.

  20. Mansell, R. and Steinmueller, W. E. (1996) ‘Securing Electronic Networks’ FAIR Working Paper No. 7, SPRU, Mar and Nov.

  21. Mansell, R. and Steinmueller, W. E. (1996) ‘Social Communities, Privacy and Legislative Measures’ FAIR Working Paper No. 8, SPRU, Mar and Nov.

  22. Mansell, R. and Credé, A. (1995) ‘Telecommunications Infrastructure Competition and ‘Commodity’ Supply’, European Network for Communication and Information Perspectives (ENCIP) Working Paper Series, Montpellier, May, 35 pages.

  23. Constantelou, N. and Mansell, R. (1994) ‘On the Road to Competition in Telecommunication: ‘Catching-up’ in the Less Favoured Regions of the European Community’, ENCIP Working Paper Series, Montpellier, 50 pages.

  24. Mansell, R. (1993) ‘From Telephony to Telematics Services: Equity, Efficiency and Regulatory Innovation’, PICT Policy Research Paper No. 24, November, Brunel: ESRC PICT, 24 pages.

  25. Mansell, R. (1993) ‘Trans-European Telecommunication: User Perspectives on the Prospects and Problems’, European Network for Communication and Information Perspectives (ENCIP) Working Paper No. 4, Montpellier, Mar.

  26. Mansell, R. and Jenkins, M. (1992) ‘Forecasting Multimedia Markets? Society and User Requirements’, SPRU CICT (Centre for Information and Communication Technologies) Report Series, No. 1, June.

  27. Mansell, R., Hawkins, R. and Jenkins, M. (1992) ‘Technical and Policy Prerequisites for Global Networking Efficiency’, SPRU CICT Report Series, No. 3, Nov.

  28. Mansell, R. and Jenkins, M. (1992) ‘Electronic Trading Networks and Interactivity: The Route to Competitive Advantage? Case Study Report’, SPRU CICT Report Series, No. 4, Dec.

  29. Mansell, R. (ed) (1993) ‘From Telecommunication to Telematics: Policies and Strategies for European Infrastructures. Key Events and Selected Bibliography – European Community, United Kingdom, Greece and Spain’, Brighton: SPRU CICT Report Series No. 9, Aug.

SELECTED ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS

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Keynote/Plenary Lectures in bold

  1. Keynote Speaker, ‘Political Economy of the Digital Information Commons’, Global Knowledge Commons Conference, ,Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium 12-14 September 2012.

  2. Public Lecture, Free University of Brussels, ‘Social Imaginaries in the Internet Age’, Brussels, 28 March 2012.

  3. Public Lecture, Roskilde University, ‘Social Imaginaries of Communication Technology, Roskilde, Denmark, 27 January 2012, at http://orecomm.net/videos/hamelink-mansell/

  4. Public Lecture, Tallinn University, ‘Social Imaginaries of Technology’, Tallinn, Estonia, 3 November 2011. At http://tlu.toru.ee/?page=detail&id=91b1eceafd64

  5. PhD Seminar Lecture, Tallinn University, ‘New Media Challenges in Front and Behind the ‘Screen’, Tallinn, Estonia, 2 November 2011.

  6. Chair, ‘How are digital technologies transforming development? Panel, European Association of Development Institutes Conference/UK Development Studies Association, York University, 19-22 September 2011.

  7. Discussant, ‘Shared Values: Advocating New Approaches to a Global Development Ecology’, Panel, European Association of Development Institutes Conference/UK Development Studies Association, York University, 19-22 September 2011.

  8. Panellist, MacBride Panel, ‘Whose Knowledge Counts? Power and ICTs’, International Communication Section, International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Conference, Istanbul, 13-17 July 2011.

  9. International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Conference, ‘Copyright Infringement Online: The Case of the Digital Economy Act Judicial Review in the United Kingdom’ with W. E. Steinmueller, paper presented to the Communication Technology & Policy Section, `Istanbul, 13-17 July 2011.

  10. International Communication Association (ICA), Annual Conference, Chair and presenter, Mini-Plenary ‘Communication Scholars in the Policy Arena’, Boston, 28 May 2011.

  11. EuroCPR Annual Conference, Scientific Chair and Chair of ‘Online content: trends and policy issues in Asia, USA and Latin America’, Ghent, 26-28 Mar 2011.

  12. Institute for Development Studies (IDS), Sussex, public seminar, ‘Whose Knowledge Counts? Towards a Political Economy of the Knowledge-based Society/Economy’, Falmer, Brighton, 26 January 2011.

  13. ICTD 2010, Congress, Co-Chair and organiser, Conceptions of Accountability in Policy and Practice, 2.5hr session, and Co-chair and organiser, Conference Reflections and Conclusions: ICTD 10 Years Beyond the Millennium, Royal Holloway College, London, 13 Dec 2010

  14. International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Congress, Chair, ‘Confronting Issues of ICTs, the Environment and Citizenship’, IAMCR Task Force on Media and Communication Policy, Braga, 19-22 July 2010

  15. International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Congress, Panel member ‘Privacy and surveillance in online environments and the role of academics’ Communication Technology & Policy Section, Braga, 19-22 July 2010

  16. International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Congress, ‘Power, Interests and the Knowledge Society’, paper presented to the Communication Technology & Policy Section, Braga, 19-22 July 2010.

  17. Information and Communication Technology & Society (ICT&S) Center, ‘Reflections on eParticipation Research’, University of Salzburg, International Advisory Panel Meeting, 15-16 July 2010.

  18. International Conference on ‘Youth, New Media & Social Change’, Keynote on The Global Information Society: In Whose Interest?, University of Northampton, 8 May 2010.

  19. EUROCPR (Communications Policy Research Conference), Chair and discussant for paper by Y. Benkler, Opening Plenary, Brussels, 28-30 March 2010.

  20. Roger Silverstone Symposium, Speaker, University of Sussex, Falmer Brighton, 20 January 2010.

  21. MeCCSA Annual Conference, Chair, Keynote Session on New Media, Surveillance and Policy, hosted at LSE, 6-8 January 2010.

  22. LIRNEasia@5: Research to Policy, Session Chair, ‘LIRNEasia as a research project: Findings’, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 10 December 2009.

  23. The Future of Digital Britain, Panel chaired by Mansell including Jeremy Hunt, Shadow Culture Secretary, media entrepreneur Peter Bazalgette, POLIS/LSE, London, 17 November 2009.

  24. Visby Agenda, Creating Impact for an eUnion, plenary session paper, ‘Changing Social Values: Contestation or Consensus’, Presidency High Level Conference, Visby, Sweden, 9-10 November 2009.

  25. SWISSGIS (Swiss Centre for Studies on the Global Information Society), University of Zurich, SwissGIS 10 Years After, Keynote Speech, ‘The Global Information Society Juggernaut: In Whose Interest?’, Zurich, 6 November 2009.

  26. Good Planning or Benign Imposition? Innovation, emergence and risk in developmental research: learning from ICTD, Presentation, Workshop sponsored by BDDG/IKM, Judge Institute, Cambridge, 17 September 2009.

  27. International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) ‘Information Societies: History and Prospects’ (2009) , paper for the Communication Policy & Technology Section, Mexico City, 20-24 Jul.

  28. International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Panellist ‘Roundtable: The Emerging Post-Liberal Order and its Consequences for Media and Communication’, (2009), Mexico City, 20-24 Jul.

  29. LSE Delhi Alumnae Chapter Event, ‘Media for Democracy and Development’, (2009) New Delhi, 15 Jul.

  30. Asia Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC). ‘The Internet, Power and Social Change’ (2009) 18th Annual Conference, Plenary Keynote, New Delhi, 13-16 Jul.

  31. International Communication Association (ICA) Annual Conference (2009) ‘Keyword: Interactivity’, Panel Speaker, ‘Joint IAMCR/ICA Panel Speaker’ Chicago, 22 May.

  32. International Communication Association (ICA) Annual Conference (2009) Opening Plenary Panel Speaker, ‘Regulation in the Digital Era – Forces for Reform – Who has a say?’, Chicago, 21 May.

  33. Cambridge University, Sociology Seminar (2009), ‘New Media and Empowerment: Is there a power shift?’, Cambridge, 15 May.

  34. German Communications Association Annual Conference, Invited Keynote, (2009) ‘Power, Media Culture and New Media’, Bremen, 29-30 Apr.

  35. Provost Seminar Series, ‘The Life and Times of The Information Society: A Critique of a Vision’ (2009) Bentley University, Boston, USA, 24 Apr.

  36. Chair, Keynote session: Competitiveness, policy and regulation, (2009) EURO Communications Policy Research Conference, 29-30 Mar., Seville.

  37. ‘Trust on the Internet’, Panellist at the Wealth of Networks: Digital Economies and the Next-generation Internet, (2009) UK Digital Economy Research Programme, Conference organised by Southampton University, London, 24 Mar.

  38. ‘Effective States and the Media: A research dialogue across disciplines symposium’, (2009) invited presentation, Institute of Development Studies, Sussex, 16 Jan.

  39. ‘Countering Terrorism in Public Places Follow on Workshop: Brief Summary’, (2008) EPSRC, ESRC, AHRC sponsored workshop, final remarks, London, 9-10 Nov.

  40. Communication, Information and ICT Policy: Towards Enabling Research Frameworks’ (2008), Invited Keynote, HCC8 Conference (IFIP TC9) 8th International Conference on Human Choice and Computers, 25-26 Sept., University of Pretoria, South Africa, published in proceedings.

  41. ICTs and Society’: Research Issues & Challenges’, (2008), Invited Keynote, ICT and Society Network Launch Meeting, ICT&S Center, University of Salzburg, Salzburg, 20 Jun.

  42. ‘Towards a Research Agenda for Media and Communications’ (2008) IAMCR/ICA Chair Panel Session, International Communications Association Conference, Montreal, 25 May 2008.

  43. The Light and the Dark Sides of Web 2.0’ (2008) Invited Keynote, Web 2.0 Conference,, Royal Holloway College, University of London, 17 Apr.

  44. ‘Communicative Cities’, (2007) Contributor to Urban Communication Foundation Workshop, Paris, 26 Jul. organised by Professor Gary Gumpert.

  45. ‘IAMCR Task Force on Media and Communication Policy’ (2007) Invited speaker, International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference, Paris 23-25 Jul..

  46. ‘The Ambiguity of Connection in Public Spaces: The ‘undersound’ project in the London Underground’ (2007) (A. Bassoli first author), Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference, Paris 23-25 Jul..

  47. New Media, Boundary Crossing and Critical Research’ (2007) Opening Plenary Panel, ‘Communication and Critique’, ICA Conference, San Francisco, 24 Jun..

  48. A comment on a Retrospective on EU ‘ICT Policy by E Liikanen’ (2007), Invited Keynote, EURO Communications Policy Research Conference, Saville, 24-26 Mar.

  49. ‘Media and New Technology: Can the digital revolution boost the impact of African media on development and governance?’ (2007) panellist in workshop, POLIS Conference on ‘Development, Governance and the Media’, LSE, 22 Mar.

  50. Knowledge Societies: Illusions and Dilemmas’ (2007) Invited keynote, International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society, Cambridge, 10 Jan.

  51. ‘Knowledge Societies for Development: What are the fault lines?’ (2006) Seminar presentation, SOAS, London, 25 Oct.

  52. ‘Roundtable: The Opportunities and challenges for international associations in media and communications’ (2006), Discussant, Internationalising Media Studies: Imperatives and Impediments Conference, University of Westminster, 15-16 Sept.

  53. Fostering Diversity in Knowledge Societies: Fault lines and intermediaries’ (2006) Plenary Speaker, new perspectives in media and communication research, AMIC Annual Conference, Penang, 17-20 Jul.

  54. ‘Collective Action, Institutionalism and the Internet’ (2006) Paper presented to the ‘Institutional Transformations for the 21st Century Economy: Theory, Practice and Policy’ session, Association for Evolutionary Economics (AFEE), Allied Social Science Associations (ASSA), Boston, 6 Jan.

  55. ‘Alleviating Inequality: Struggles Over ICT Financing Mechanisms’ (2005) Chair and speaker, IFRD World Forum on the Information Society, IAMCR Panel 2 Transfer of Information Technology and Knowledge: Development & Underdevelopment, Renaissance Tunis Hotel, 14 Nov., Tunis.

  56. Moving towards evidence based policy formulation and regulation: The significance of ICT indicators for African development, Research ICT Africa! Policy Dialogue’ (2005) Invited Keynote, Link Centre, Wits University,16 Nov, Corinthia Hotel, Tunis.

  57. Ambiguous Connections: Entitlements and Responsibilities of Global Networking’ (2005) Development Studies Association Conference, Invited Keynote, Open University, Milton Keynes, 7-8 Sept.

  58. ‘New Media Research and Training Challenges’ (2005) Asia Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC) Annual Conference, Invited Speaker, Beijing, 18-21 Jul.

  59. ‘Upsides and Downsides of Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Inquiry’ (2005) Presentation to Information Systems Department Seminar, LSE, 16 Jun.

  60. ICTs for Development’ (2005) Canadian Communications Association Conference, Plenary Speaker, London Ontario, 2-4 Jun.

  61. ‘World Summit on the Information Society: Government, Business and Civil Society Policy Dialogue’ (2005) International Communications Association Conference 2005, Panel Speaker, New York, 26-30 May.

  62. ‘Trust and Crime in Information Societies’ (2005) Info Rights Salon, Department of Information Studies, University of Toronto, Toronto, 31 May, see http://www.fis.utoronto.ca/research/inforights/Mansell-presentation.ppt

  63. Public Lecture, ‘Policy and Regulation for Security: What are the limits?’ (2004) presented as part of the Manchester University Press Centenary Public Lecture series, Manchester Business School, 24 Nov.

  64. ‘EU Multi-actor Governance - Information & Communication Policy’ (2004) Lecture presented at ‘The Multi-stakeholder Approach in Information and Communication Policies: Global strategies, local authorities, business interests and citizens’ practice from Geneva to Tunis’, Venice 23 Nov.

  65. ‘Metadata, Internet Mediation and Power’ (2004) Paper presented at the IAMCR Conference, Communication Technology Policy Section, Porto Alegre, 25-30 Jul.

  66. ‘Cybertrust and Crime Prevention: Troubling Issues for Privacy Protection’ (2004) Invited paper delivered to ‘The Value of Information in Networked Contexts, International Video-Conference in collaboration with Haifa University and Columbia University, LSE, 2 Feb.

  67. ‘Global Information Societies: Conceptual Tools and Contending Research Agendas’ (2003) Lecture presented to the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California, 4 Dec.

  68. ‘E-Business and Empowerment: the internet and the individual’ (2003) Lecture presented to the ACU (Association of Commonwealth Universities) General Conference, Belfast, 2 Sept.

  69. The Internet and Society: missing conceptual tools for policy’ (2003) First Annual Lecture of the Centre for Information and Communication Technologies and Society (ICT&S), University of Salzburg, 21 May.

  70. ‘Getting Europe Ready for the New Age of Networks: Challenges for Public Policy’, STAR Conference 2003, overall final conference summary remarks, STAR Final Conference, Milan, 14 Nov.

  71. ‘Inside the Communication Revolution: after the .com euphoria’ (2003) presentation to the Leipzig World Telecommunications Day conference, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, 14 May.

  72. ‘World Summits and Information Societies: Missing Conceptual Tools for Policy’ (2003) Lecture presented at the University of Halle, nr. Leipzig, 13 May.

  73. ‘World Summit on the Information Society: Another case of ‘technology push’? (2003) Lecture presented to the School of Communication, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, 29 Apr.

  74. World Summits and Information Societies: Missing Conceptual Tools for Policy’ (2003) Keynote Speaker, ‘New Media and Everyday Life in Europe’ EMTEL Conference, LSE, 23-26 Apr.

  75. ‘The Internet, Globalisation and Human Rights: Policy Challenges’ (2003) presentation at the ‘Global eDevelopment: Prospects of Sustainability’ seminar, Information Society Institute, University of Tampere, Finland, 14 Apr.

  76. ‘Convergent Technologies and the Research Challenge’ (2003) presentation to the Postgraduate Training Event on Communications Policy, AHRB Centre for British Film and Television Studies, London, 13-14 Mar.

  77. ‘A Proper Response to the Global Digital Divide Debate: The E-Commerce Example’ (2003) seminar presentation to DESTIN, LSE, London, 12 Feb.

  78. ‘E-Marketplace Services: Do They Support a Global Marketplace’ (2003) Paper presented at the Association for Evolutionary Economics Conference, Washington DC, 3-5 Jan.

  79. ‘The Internet and the Forces of Capitalism’ (2002) presentation to the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) International Conference Internet Research 3.0: NET/WORK/THEORY, Maastricht, the Netherlands 13-16 Oct.

  80. New Media and the Power of Networks’ (2002) Keynote Speaker, DSIAge 2002 conference, ‘Decision Making and Decision Support in the Internet Age’, University College Cork, Ireland, 4-7 Jul.

  81. ‘E-Marketplace Services – Do they support a global market?’ (2002), presentation based on joint IDS/LSE research project funded by DFID, for the Information Systems Department Conference, ‘IT and Globalisation’, LSE, 22-23 Apr. (with Daniel Paré).

  82. ‘New Media, Global Networks and Human Rights’ (2002) presentation at the International Workshop on ‘Globalization, New Technologies, Inequalities and Social Well-being Development’, Aalborg University, Denmark, 4-6 Apr.

  83. ‘Emergency Healthcare: An Emergent Knowledge-driven System’ (2002) Paper presented to the CERI/OECD/DfES/QCA/ESRC Forum ‘Knowledge Management in Education and Learning, Oxford, 18-19 Mar.

  84. ‘New Media and Civil Society Organisations – What Can ICTs do?’ (2002) presentation at The Centre for Civil Society Workshop, LSE, 20 Feb.

  85. ‘E-Marketplace Services – What do the e-hub sites deliver?’ (2002) a joint LSE/IDS project funded by DFID, presentation for 3rd Socio-technical Lecture Series, Westminster Business School, 20 Feb.

  86. ‘Inside Tier II of the ‘Digital Divide’’ (2001) Paper with and presented by David C. Neice, prepared for the joint IAMCR-ICA Symposium on the Digital Divide, University of Texas, Austin, 17 Nov.

  87. New Media and the Power of Networks’ (2001) First Dixons Public Lecture and Inaugural Professorial Lecture, The London School of Economics and Political Science, 23 Oct.

  88. The Ambiguity of Social and Technical Systems’ (2001) Invited Keynote, for the Critical Research Information Systems Workshop, University of Salford, 9-10 Jul.

  89. Uncertain Transitions: Five Internet Logics’ presentation at the ICA Plenary: Regulating the Internet: What do we need to know?’ (2001) International Communications Association Conference, Washington DC, 25 May.

  90. ‘The Ambiguity of Social and Technical Systems’ (2001) presentation at Symposium on ‘Media Research: New Agendas, New Priorities’, Media@lse, 14 May.

  91. ‘Social Constituencies and Creative Knowledge Production’ (2001) presentation at the CODE Conference, Queens’ College, Cambridge, Panel on ‘The Future of Knowledge’, 4-6 Apr.

  92. ‘New Media and Society – A Core Issue’ (2001) presentation at the New Media Workshop, LSE, 24 Apr.

  93. ‘Deep Structures of Knowledge Societies’ (2001) presentation at a Media@lse seminar, LSE, Mar.

  94. ‘Electronic Commerce Analytical Models: A Translation to the Media Industry’ (2001) presentation to a Workshop on ‘E-merging Media’, European Communication Council, at LSE, 20 Feb.

  95. ‘Uncertain Transitions: The old and the new media’ (2001) presentation at a Media@lse seminar, LSE, 25 Jan.

  96. ‘Net Compatible: The Economic and Social Dynamics of Electronic Commerce’ (2000) Paper presented at the EURO CPR (Communications Policy Research Conference), 26-28 Mar, Venice (with I Schenk and W. Edward Steinmueller)

  97. ‘New Regulation in Telecommunications: Evolving European Frameworks and the UK Experience’ (2000), Paper prepared for a seminar on ‘New Frontiers for Energy and Telecommunications Industries: Regulation, Technical Change and Business Strategies’, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, 19-20 Oct.

  98. Linking Information, Networks and Knowledge for Development’ (1999), Invited Keynote, conference on ‘New IT and Social Inequality, Centre for International Development and Conflict Management, University of Maryland at College Park, 16 Feb.

  99. 'Towards "Digital Intermediation" in the Information Society' (1999) Paper presented at the Association for Evolutionary Economics Annual Meeting in conjunction with the Allied Social Sciences Association, New York, 3-5 Jan. (with R. Hawkins and W.E. Steinmueller).

  100. ‘Intellectual Property Rights, Competing Interests on the Internet (1998) Paper presented at the EURO CPR (Communication Policy Research) Conference, Venice, 15-17 Mar. (with W. E. Steinmueller).

  101. ‘Social and Economic Regulation: Mixing Oil and Water’ (1998) Invited Lecture at the conference ‘Paving the Way for a New Communication Policy’, Studies on Media, Information and Telecommunication (SMIT), Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, 21 Oct.

  102. Media and Communication Research in Britain’ (1998) Invited Plenary Speech, IAMCR 21st Scientific Conference and General Assembly, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow 26-30 Jul.

  103. ‘Skills, Networks & IT Applications’ (1998) Lecture presented at the Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE) Event Programme, Savoy Place, London, 28 May.

  104. Distributed Information + Networks  Knowledge’ (1998) Invited Lecture, Institute of Development Studies, Sussex, 15 Jan.

  105. ‘Information, Networks & Knowledge - New Research Challenges’ (1998) Invited Lecture at the Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm, 27 Jan.

  106. The Scarcity - Abundance Dialectic: The Dynamics of Communication and Access’ (1997) Invited Keynote Speech for the Amsterdam School of Communication Research Opening Conference, 18-19 Sept.

  107. ‘Relocations of Competition in the Field of Information and Communication Technology’ (1997) Paper presented at the 1997 DRUID Summer Seminar, Skagen, Denmark, 1-3 Jun.

  108. ‘Strategies for Maintaining Market Power in the Face of Rapidly Changing Technologies’ (1997) Paper presented at the Association for Evolutionary Economics Conference, New Orleans, 4-6 Jan.

  109. Controlling the Information Gateways: A Political Economy of Innovation for the ‘Knowledgeable Society” (1996) The Third Smythe Memorial Lecture, School of Communication, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, Jan.

  110. The New Telecommunications: Policy and Regulatory Changes’ (1996) Paper presented at the Technical University of Denmark, Center for Tele-Information Course for Telecom Regulators, Borupgard, Denmark, Feb.

  111. ‘Designing the Future, Social Needs, Research Policy and the Information Society’ (1995) presentation at OST (Observatoire des Sciences et des Techniques), SPRU and Nature International Colloquium ‘Research Policies for Europe’s Future: Strategies and Perspectives’, Paris, 28-29 Sept.

  112. ‘The New Telecommunications in The Netherlands: Strategic Developments’ (1995) presentation at ‘Alternatieve Telecommunicatie Infrastructuren’ Conference, Amsterdam, 26-27 Sept.

  113. ‘New Communication Markets: Regulating in the ‘Commodity’ Supply Environment’ (1995) Paper presented at the International Association of Mass Communication Research (IAMCR) International Conference, Slovenia, June.

  114. ‘De Nouvelles Entreprises Publiques Un Nouveau Service Public’ (1995) Invited Speaker, Institut Francais des Sciences Administratives, Paris, May.

  115. ‘Taking EC Telecommunications Law into the Future’ (1995) Invited Speaker, Academy of European Law Trier Conference, Nancy, France, Jun.

  116. ‘Network Governance and Information Technologies’ (1995) Invited Seminar presentation to Faculty of Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, sponsored by Canadian Institute of Advanced Research (CIAR), Nov.

  117. ‘Science Parks, Experimentation and Strategic Telecommunications Network Provision: The UK Experience’ (1994), Paper presented at the European Symposium on Research, London.

  118. ‘Centres in Transition: SPRU Centre for Information and Communication Technologies’ (1994) Paper presented at the DORCISS Spring Workshop, ‘Centres in Transition’, May.

  119. ‘From Telephony to Telematics Services: Equity, Efficiency and Regulatory Innovation’ (1993) Paper presented at the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE) Conference, Barcelona, 28-30 Oct.

  120. From Telephony to Telematics: Equity, Efficiency and Regulatory Innovation’ (1993) PICT Charles Read Memorial Lecture, London, sponsored by ESRC and British Telecom, May.

  121. ‘Public Access, Private Networks and Closed Membership: Electronic Trading Networks in Europe’ (1992) Paper presented at Private Networks and Public Objectives Workshop, Columbia Institute for Tele-Information, Columbia Business School, New York, 25 Sept.

  122. ‘Design Considerations for Global Information Networks’ (1992) Paper presented at the IAMCR International Conference, Communication Technology Policy Section, Brazil, Aug.

  123. ‘Broadband Telecommunication Strategies: Incremental Change in Europe’ (1992) Paper presented at the 9th International Telecommunication Society Conference, Sophia Antipolis, 14-17 Jun.

  124. ‘Electronic Trading Networks and Interactivity: The Route Toward Competitive Advantage’ (1992) Paper presented at the 9th International Telecommunication Society Conference, Sophia Antipolis, 14-17 Jun. (and M. Jenkins).

  125. ‘Research and Identification of Joint Projects on Telematics Services’ (1992) two day workshop and presentations, Telematics Research Centre, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands, Apr. (with C. Freeman, L. Soete, J. Akkermans).

  126. ‘Global Networks: European Strategies & Policies’ (1992) Invited Lecture, British Computer Society, Brighton, Jan.

  127. ‘Policy Research for a Global Networked Economy’ and ‘Prospects and Policies for Electronic Trading Networks’ (1992) presentations at the University of Calgary, 30 Mar–1 Apr.

  128. ‘Electronic Trading Networks: EDI and Beyond’ (1991) Paper presented at the IDATE 13th International Conference on Industrial Dynamics, Innovation Policies, and New Markets, Montpellier, France, Nov. (and M. Jenkins).

  129. ‘Old Roads and New Signposts: Trade and Policy Objectives in Telecommunication Standards’ (1991) Paper presented at the 6th European Communications Policy Research Conference, Heemskerk, The Netherlands, 23-25 Oct. (and R. Hawkins).

  130. ‘Transnational Advanced Business Communication: European Perspectives’ (1991) Paper presented at the 41st International Communications Association Conference, Chicago, 23-27 May.

  131. ‘Global Networking: Biases in Communication and Trade’ (1991) CIRCIT Seminar, Melbourne Australia, September and ‘Global Issues Introduction’ in J. Sinclair (ed.) ‘Broadcasting and its Regulation in the New Era’, Proceedings of a CIRCIT Conference, Melbourne, Nov., pp. 5-6.

  132. ‘European Perspectives and Policies for Advanced Communication’ (1991) presentation at the Centre for Advanced Study in Telecommunications Seminar, Ohio State University, May.

  133. The West looks East: Reformulating Telecommunication Strategies’ (1990) Paper for ‘Telecommunications in a Common European House’, Moscow, 17-21 Dec. and Closing Plenary Speaker.

  134. Plenary Opening Comments on a Paper by Professor J. Halloran’ (1990) and ‘Telecommunication Policies for the Network Economy: New Control Structures and Democracy’, Paper presented at the 17th International Association for Mass Communication Research Conference, Ljubljana, 23-31 Aug.

  135. ‘European Telecommunications in a Multilateral World: Implications of Liberalisation for the Evolution of Services’ (1990) Paper presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Dublin, 25-29 Jun.

  136. ‘Restructuring Telecom’s Tariffs: Policy Issues, Trends and Implications’ (1989) Paper presented at the 4th Annual European Communications Policy Research Conference, Kronberg, 25-27 Oct.

  137. ‘Restructuring Telecommunications: New Patterns of Service Market Opportunities’ (1989) presentation at Conference on ‘Formulating Business Strategies to Capitalise on European Telecommunication Reforms’, Institute for International Research, Brussels, 15-17 Jan.

  138. ‘Telecommunications Network-based Services: A Comparison of Regulatory Frameworks’ (1988) Paper presented at the 7th International Telecommunications Society Conference, Boston, 29 Jun-1 Jul.

  139. ‘Telecommunications Network-based Services: Markets and Regulation in Transition’ (1988) Paper presented at the International Association for Mass Communication Research Conference, Barcelona, 25-29 Jul.

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  141. ‘The Contradictory Economics of Intellectual Property’ (1986) Paper presented at the John Logie Baird Conference on Copyright, Glasgow, Jun. (and W. H. Melody).

  142. ‘The Bypass Threat: Real or Imagined’ (1985) Paper presented at the Canadian Communication Association Conference, Montreal, Jun.

  143. ‘Introduction to a Bibliography on Communication, Information and Culture’ (1985) Paper presented at a Seminar on Technology and Culture, Institute for Latin America, Transnational Centre for the Study of Culture, Lima, Peru (with W. Melody and D. W. Smythe).

  144. ‘Contradictions in Canadian Information Policies’ (1984) Paper presented at the XIV Conference of the International Association for Mass Communication Research, Prague, Aug.

  145. ‘Technology and Markets in the Information Sector: Policy Issues and Implications’ (1982) Paper presented at the Canadian Communication Association Conference, Ottawa (and W. H. Melody and R. Samarajiva).

  146. ‘The ‘Dominant Paradigm’ Communication Research’ (1981), Paper presented at the Canadian Communication Association Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

  147. ‘A Critical Appraisal of Traditional Methods in Communication and Development Policy Research: The Need for a Contextual Analysis’ (1980) Paper presented at the XXX Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, Mexico, May.


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