New York : Fordham University Press, 2013.
viii, 311 pages : illustrations.
Donald McGannon Communication Research Center's Everett C. Parker book series.
Formatted Contents Note
Acknowledgments Introduction: numbers that matter / Richard D. Taylor and Amit M. Schejter Theory Beyond broadband access : what do we need to measure and how do we measure it? / Catherine Middleton Understanding digital gaps : a quartet of empirical methodologies / Bin Zhang and Richard D. Taylor Broadband microfoundations : the need for traffic data / Steven Bauer, David Clark, and William Lehr Adoption factors of ubiquitous broadband / Sangwon Lee and Justin S. Brown Data and modeling challenges in international comparisons / Johannes M. Bauer and Sungjoong Kim Data, policy, and democracy / Jorge Reina Schement "Rulers of thousands, hundreds, fifties, and tens" : does democracy count? / Amit M. Schejter The use and abuse of data in information policy making PHD heal thyself : in search of evidence-based research for evidence-based policy / Eli Noam Case studies in results-driven decision making at the fcc / Rob Frieden The determinants of disconnectedness : understanding US broadband unavailability / Kenneth Flamm European broadband spending : implications of input-output analysis and opportunity costs / Ibrahim Kholilul Rohman and Erik Bohlin Using data for policy development : designing a universal service fund for Tanzania / Heather Hudson Notes Bibliography List of contributors Index.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.