Publications by Rob Nicholls | Law

Publications by Rob Nicholls

Back to profile

JOURNALS (PEER REVIEWED)
Nicholls, R., & Fisse, B. (2018). Concerted Practices and Algorithmic Coordination: Does the New Australian Law Compute?. Competition and Consumer Law Journal Forthcoming.
Nicholls, R. (2018). Making the dual model work: Competitive neutrality and net neutrality issues facing the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Competition and Consumer Law Journal Forthcoming.
Buchan, J. M., & Nicholls, R. (2017). The law of unintended consequences: The effects of voiding ipso facto clauses in business format franchise agreements. Australian Business Law Review, 45(5), 433-447.
Nicholls, R. J., & Kayis, D. (2017). Concerted Practices Contested: Evidentiary thresholds. Competition and Consumer Law Journal, 25, 125-150.
Morris, C., & Nicholls, R. J. (2017). Do it once, get it right: Wholesale regulatory intervention in price and cost disclosure. Law and Financial Markets Review. doi:10.1080/17521440.2017.1375217
Nicholls, R. J. (2017). Rights and Wrongs for Implanting Military RFID. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 36(1), 48-51. doi:10.1109/MTS.2017.2654288
Michael, K., Michael, M. G., Galliot, J. C., & Nicholls, R. (2017). Socio-Ethical Implications of Implantable Technologies in the Military Sector. IEEE Technology and Society, 36(1), 7-9. doi:10.1109/MTS.2017.2670219
Healey, D., & Nicholls, R. J. (2017). Enhancing Competition: Challenges for Australian Retail Banking. Journal of Banking and Finance: Law and Practice, 28, 48-71.
Buchan, J. M., & Nicholls, R. (2017). Flipping Out: Flip Clauses are Enforceable in the United States Again!. Company and Securities Law Journal, 35(1), 65-69.
Nicholls, R. J., & Cave, M. (2017). The use of spectrum auctions to attain multiple objectives: Policy implications. Telecommunications Policy, 41(5-6), 367-378. doi:10.1016/j.telpol.2016.12.010
Nicholls, R. J. (2017). The Australian Telecommunications Regulatory Environment: An overview. Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy, 4(4), 196-213. doi:10.18080/ajtde.v4n4.76
Nicholls, R. J. (2016). Spectrum Management Issues for Heterogeneous Networks in Commons Spectrum. info, 18(4). doi:10.1108/info-02-2016-0010
Nicholls, R., & Buchan, J. M. (2016). Failing Firm, Failing Franchisor: Local Market Analysis in Australian Merger Clearance. Competition and Consumer Law Journal, 23, 247-265.
Bateman, H., Donald, S., Liu, K., Buckley, R., & Nicholls, R. (2016). Too connected to fail: the regulation of systemic risk within Australias superannuation system. Journal of Financial Regulation, 2(1), 56-78. doi:10.1093/jfr/fjv010
Healey, D. J., & Nicholls, R. (2016). Should Stability Reign? The Consumer Downside of Foregone Competition in Retain Banking Markets. Banking and Finance Law Review, 32, 69-101.
Buchan, J. M., Frazer, L., Qu, C. Z., & Nicholls, R. (2015). Franchisor Insolvency in Australia: Profiles, Factors, and Impacts. Journal of Marketing Channels, 22(4), 311-332. doi:10.1080/1046669X.2015.1113487
Abbas, R., Michael, K., Michael, M., & Nicholls, R. (2015). Key government agency perspectives on location based services regulation. Computer Law and Security Review, 31(6), 736-748. doi:10.1016/j.clsr.2015.08.004
Donald, S. S., & Nicholls, R. (2015). Bank custodians and systemic risk in the Australian superannuation system. Journal of Banking and Finance: Law and Practice, 26, 25-38.
Nicholls, R. (2014). Something to remember him by: Commissioner JoaquÌn Almunia's farewell gift. Law and Financial Markets Review, 8(4), 315-317. doi:10.5235/17521440.8.4.315
Nicholls, R. J., & O'Brien, J. (2014). Hanging together or hanging separately: Is competition law in the process of eclipsing financial regulation?. Law and Financial Markets Review, 8(2), 178-184. doi:10.5235/17521440.8.2.178
Nicholls, R. J. (2014). Structural Separation, Interconnection and Access. Trade Practices Law Journal, 22(1), 54-56.
Abbas, R., Michael, K., Michael, M., & Nicholls, R. (2013). Sketching and validating the location-based services (LBS) regulatory framework in Australia. Computer Law and Security Review, 29(5), 576-589. doi:10.1016/j.clsr.2013.07.014
Nicholls, R. (2013). High-efficiency video coding: A future for ultra-high definition television?. International Journal of Digital Television, 4(2), 193-202. doi:10.1386/jdtv.4.2.193_1
Nicholls, R. J. (2012). Right to Privacy: Interception and Access in Australia. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 31(1), 42-49. doi:10.1109/MTS.2012.2185274
Nicholls, R. J., Iglesias, R., & Travis, A. (2012). Private Clouds with No Silver Lining: Legal Risk in Private Cloud Services. Communications & Strategies, 85, 125-140.
Nicholls, R., & Rowland, M. (2008). Regulating the use of telecommunications location data by Australian law enforcement agencies. Criminal Law Journal, 32, 343-350.
Nicholls, R. (2008). Axes of integration in the delivery of audiovisual services. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 58(1), 13.1-13.21.
Nicholls, R. J. (2007). Technological protection measures: mobile digital rights management. Copyright Reporter, 25(2), 40-54.
Nicholls, R. (2005). Digital Rights Management in Television. Communications Law Bulletin, 24(1), 11-13.
Jew, B., & Nicholls, R. (2002). Rationalisation or technical evolution? The emergence of the gatekeeper portal. Telemedia: the monthly newsletter on Australian telecommunications and media law.
Waters, P., Jew, B., & Nicholls, R. (2002). Getting a WiFi of 3G. Telemedia: the monthly newsletter on Australian telecommunications and media law.
Jew, B., & Nicholls, R. (2002). Bandwidth trading. Telemedia: the monthly newsletter on Australian telecommunications and media law.
Jew, B., Nicholls, R., & Alston, N. (2002). Bandwidth after Enron and Global Crossing: new game ñ new rules?. Telemedia: the monthly newsletter on Australian telecommunications and media law.
CONFERENCES (PEER REVIEWED)
Nicholls, Rob. 2014. "And So To Bed: Regulatory regimes as a mechanism to embed neoliberalism” The Politics of Legality in a Neoliberal Age, 1-2 August 2014, UNSW
Nicholls, Rob. 2012. "Competitive neutrality and net neutrality: the modern Australian dual model and PSB policy." RIPE@2012, eds. Gregory Ferrell Lowe and Fiona Martin. Sydney University, Australia.
Nicholls, Rob. 2011. "Please hold for your connection: Determining points of interconnection for open access broadband." Regional ITS Conference, Taipei 2011. Taipei, Chinese Taipei: International Telecommunications Society.
Nicholls, Rob. 2009. "Competing for attention: The role of the state broadband network deployment." International Telecommunications Society Regional Conference, ed. Gary Madden. Perth, Australia: International Telecommunications Society
Nicholls, Rob. 2009. "Merely Players: Using Evolutionary Concepts Regulatory Analysis." Law and Society 2009. Denver: Law and Society Association.
Nicholls, Rob and Michelle Rowland. 2008. "Lost transcription: the Australian regime for interception of, and access to, communications content and metadata." Communications Policy and Research Forum 2008, eds. Franco Papandrea and Mark Armstrong. Sydney, Australia: Network Insight Institute.
Nicholls, Rob. 2008. "‘According to the degree of influence’: Why regional commercial radio is more heavily regulated than metropolitan commercial television." Communications Policy and Research Forum 2008, eds. Mark Armstrong and Franco Papandrea. UTS Sydney: Network Insight Institute.
Nicholls, Rob. 2008. "If you step on this rung you may lose your balance: Is bitstream the highest spot on the ladder of investment?" International Telecommunications Society Conference 2008, ed. Christian Dippon. Montreal: International Telecommunications Society.
Nicholls, Rob. 2008. "Pedestrian Crossings and Superhighway Robbery: Sources of Market Power Broadband." ACCC Regulatory Conference 2008. Gold Coast, Australia: ACCC.
Nicholls, Rob. 2008. "Regulatory reform broadcasting: cultural exception or race to the bottom." (Re)Regulation the Wake of Neoliberalism, ed. David Levi-Faur. Utrecht: European Consortium of Political Research Standing Group on Regulatory Governance.
Nicholls, Rob. 2006. "Digital is different: how Australian audiovisual services were transformed from culture into commerce." Communications Policy and Research Forum 2006, ed. Mark Armstrong. UTS, Sydney, Australia: Network Insight Institute.
Nicholls, Rob. 2006. "Interconnection of next generation networks: A regulatory perspective." International Telecommunications Society Conference 2006. Beijing, China: International Telecommunications Society.
Nicholls, Rob. 2005. "Bypass and Transit: Arbitrage Issues in International Interconnection and Revenue Reporting in Developing Countries." Pacific Telecommunications Conference 2005. Honolulu, USA: Pacific Telecommunications Council.
Nicholls, Rob. 2005. "Telecommunications Regulation and the Global Digital Divide." Communications Policy and Research Forum 2005, ed. Mark Armstrong. UNSW, Sydney, Australia: Network Insight Institute.
Nicholls, Rob. 2003. "SMS: Today’s Interactive Television." International Telecommunications Society Regional Conference. Perth, Australia: International Telecommunications Society.
Nicholls, Rob and Angus Henderson. 2000. "Options for Broadband Access and the Identification of Competitive Outcomes." Communications Research Forum 2002. Canberra, Australia: Australian Government Publishing Service.
Jew, Bernadette and Rob Nicholls. 1999. "Internet connectivity: Open competition in the face of commercial expansion." Pacific Telecommunications Conference 1999. Honolulu, USA: Pacific Telecommunications Council.
BOOK CHAPTERS
Nicholls, R. (2015). The National Broadband Network. In J. Menadue, & M. Keating (Eds.), Fairness, Opportunity and Security: Filling the Policy Vacuum (pp. 239-248).
Nicholls, R. J. (2014). Telstra. In B. Griffen-Foley (Ed.), A Companion to the Australian Media (pp. 469-470). North Melbourne, Victoria: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
Nicholls, R. J. (2014). Broadcasting Regulation. In B. Griffen-Foley (Ed.), A Companion to the Australian Media. North Melbourne, Victoria: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
Nicholls, R. (2010). Chapter 8: For What it’s Worth: Cost Benefit Analysis of the use of Interception and Access in Australia. In S. Bronnitt, C. Harfield, & K. Michael (Eds.), The Implications of Covert Policing: The Fourth Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security, 2009- (pp. 63-77). Wollongong, Australia: University of Wollongong Press, the Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention, Faculty of Law.
Nicholls, R., & Rowland, M. (2007). Chapter 7. Message in a Bottle: Stored Communications Interception as Practised in Australia. In K. Michael, & M. Michael (Eds.), The Second Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security (from Dataveillance to Uberveillance and the Realpolitik of the Transparent Society) (pp. 83-96). Wollongong, Australia: University of Wollongong, IP Location-Based Services Research Program (Faculty of Informatics) and Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention (Faculty of Law).
OPINION PIECES
Nicholls, Rob. 2017 “What we can do once the banks give us back our data” The Conversation. Available at: https://theconversation.com/what-we-can-do-once-the-banks-give-us-back-o...
Nicholls, Rob. 2017 “If scandals don’t make us switch banks, financial technology might” The Conversation. Available at: https://theconversation.com/if-scandals-dont-make-us-switch-banks-financ...
Nicholls, Rob. 2016 “Simpler account switching would help keep our banks honest” The Conversation. Available at: https://theconversation.com/simpler-account-switching-would-help-keep-ou...
Nicholls, Rob. 2016 “How the major parties’ policies compare on business and finance regulation” The Conversation. Available at: https://theconversation.com/how-the-major-parties-policies-compare-on-bu...
Nicholls, Rob. 2016 “NBN – election issue or fizzer?” Pearls and Irritations. Available at: http://johnmenadue.com/blog/?p=6233
Nicholls, Rob. 2016 “Your risk, my reward: is the sharing economy becoming less selfish?” The Conversation. Available at: https://theconversation.com/your-risk-my-reward-is-the-sharing-economy-b...
Nicholls, Rob. 2015. “Ziggy’s stardust: The NBN, net neutrality and competitive neutrality” Pearls and Irritations. Available at: http://johnmenadue.com/blog/?p=5068
Nicholls, Rob and Carolyn Evans. 2015 “Boring and protected: fifth pillar needed to get Australian bank customers moving” The Conversation. Available at: https://theconversation.com/boring-and-protected-fifth-pillar-needed-to-...
Nicholls, Rob. 2015. “How can we fix the NBN?” Crikey. Available at: http://www.crikey.com.au/2015/06/01/how-can-we-fix-the-nbn/
Nicholls, Rob and Charlotte Penel. 2015 “How changing our bank account numbering system will be a win for customers” The Conversation. Available at: https://theconversation.com/how-changing-our-bank-account-numbering-syst...
Nicholls, Rob. 2015. “Who bears the cost when your Uber or Airbnb turns bad?” The Conversation. Available at: https://theconversation.com/who-bears-the-cost-when-your-uber-or-airbnb-...
Nicholls, Rob. 2015. “Why it’s time for companies to give us back our data.” The Conversation. Available at: https://theconversation.com/why-its-time-for-companies-to-give-us-back-o...
Commissioner Almunia's Parting Shot – opinion piece on Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation website
Got Your Licence, Buddy? – opinion piece on Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation website
Promoting Competition and Financial Regulation – opinion piece on Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation website
Two Bites Or Two Cherries For Auditors? – opinion piece on Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation website
Cartel Immunity/Leniency: The Truth, The Whole Truth … – opinion piece on Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation website
Custodian Banks: Too Big To Get Bigger? – opinion piece on Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation website
A test, but in whose interest? – opinion piece in The PANPA Bulletin, September 2012
OTHER
Nicholls, Rob. 2017. “Socio-Ethical Implications of Implantable Technologies in the Military Sector [Guest Editorial]” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 36 (1) 7-9.
Nicholls, Rob. 2017. “The Mediated City: The news in a post-industrial context, S. Coleman, N. Thumim, C. Birchall, J. Firmstone, G. Moss, K. Parry, J.G. Blumler Zed Books, London, UK (2016)” Telecommunications Policy, 41 (2) 154-155.
Nicholls, Rob. 2016. “A Primer on Auction Design, Management, and Strategy, David J. Salant. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA (2015)” Telecommunications Policy, 40 (6) 593-594.
Nicholls, Rob. 2016. “Media Economics, Stuart Cunningham, Terry Flew, Adam Swift. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK (2015)” Telecommunications Policy, 40 (4) 378-379.
Nicholls, Rob, Deborah Healey and Charlotte Penel. 2015. “Competition in Australian Retail Banking: How Much is Enough and Options to Facilitate More” CIFR Paper No. 077/2015 (December 2015). Available at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2697337
Healey, Deborah and Rob Nicholls 2015. “Balancing Competition and Stability in Australian Retail Banking” CIFR Paper No. 076/2015 (December 2015). Available at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2697349
Nicholls, Rob and Carolyn Evans. 2015. “The Nature of Competition in Australian Retail Banking" CIFR Paper No. 075/2015 (December 2015). Available at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2697328
Nicholls, Rob, Scott Donald and Kevin Liu. 2015. “It’s a Small World after all: Using social network analysis to investigate systemic risk in the Australian superannuation sector” CLMR Working Paper 15-1 (June 2015). Available at www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/sites/default/files/attached_files/clmr_working_pap...
Nicholls, Rob. 2014. “Review of The Political Economies of Media: The Transformation of the Global Media Industries by Dwayne Winseck and Dal Yong Jin”, Telecommunications Policy, 38 (11): 1185 – 1187.
Nicholls, Rob. 2015. “Antitrust Trumps Financial Services Regulation in the European Union.” ABA Business Torts & RICO News 11(2):1-8. Available at http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/publications/antitrust_law/at...
Nicholls, Rob. 2014. “Australian Competition Policy Review Releases Draft Report.” ABA International Antitrust Bulletin Volume 3, November 2014. Available at http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/publications/antitrust_law/at...
Donald, Scott and Rob Nicholls. 2014. “CLMR Working Paper 14-4: Bank Custodians and Systemic Risk in the Australian Superannuation System” available at http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/resource/prudential-regulation/superannuatio...
Nicholls, Rob. 2012. "Cultural discontents: cultural protection in an internet world." Ericsson Business Review 1 of 2012.
Waters, Peter, Rob Nicholls and Elise Ball. 2007. "Spectrum allocation processes: A review of global experience." Sydney: Gilbert + Tobin.
Mitchell, Bridger, Paul Paterson, Moya Dodd, Paul Reynolds, Astrid Jung, Peter Waters, Rob Nicholls and Elise Ball. 2007. "Economic study on IP interworking." London: GSM Association.
Nicholls, Rob. 2005. "Digital Rights Management in Television." Communications Law Bulletin 24(1):11-13.
Jew, Bernadette and Rob Nicholls. 2002. "Bandwidth trading." Telemedia: the monthly newsletter on Australian telecommunications and media law (November).
Waters, Peter, Bernadette Jew and Rob Nicholls. 2002. "Getting a WiFi of 3G." Telemedia: the monthly newsletter on Australian telecommunications and media law (June).
Jew, Bernadette, Rob Nicholls and Nick Alston. 2002. "Bandwidth after Enron and Global Crossing: new game – new rules?" Telemedia: the monthly newsletter on Australian telecommunications and media law (May).
Jew, Bernadette and Rob Nicholls. 2002. "Rationalisation or technical evolution? The emergence of the ‘gatekeeper portal’." Telemedia: the monthly newsletter on Australian telecommunications and media law (May).
Jew, Bernadette and Rob Nicholls. 2001. "Who Owns The Customer? Does "ARPU" have any value in the seamless grid of broadband networks?" Telemedia: the monthly newsletter on Australian telecommunications and media law (March).
Nicholls, Rob and Carolyn Lidgerwood. 2000. "Ministerial Determination gives pause for thought to high speed internet providers." Telemedia: the monthly newsletter on Australian telecommunications and media law (December).
Jew, Bernadette, Rob Nicholls and Andrew Floro. 2000. "New Issues for Internet Interconnection." Telecommunications International 34(2):67-72.
Nicholls, Rob and Mia Garlick. 1999. "Proxy caching – a new fair dealing?" Telemedia: the monthly newsletter on Australian telecommunications and media law (June).
Digital Satellite Subscription Television Standard (declared by the Minister for Communications and the Arts under s.94 of the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 in May 1994 and August 1995)
CONFERENCES
Presentation (with Brent Fisse) to Law Council of Australia, Competition Law section, Melbourne, 4 – 5 August 2017
Presentation to ACCC Regulatory Conference, Brisbane, 27 – 28 July 2017
Presentation to International Telecommunications Society regional meeting, Kyoto, 24 – 27 June 2017
Presentation to Corporate Law Teachers Association, Griffith University, 5 – 7 February 2017
Presentation to Insolvency Academics Network, Sydney University, 5 December 2016
Presentation to CEPAR Pensions and Superannuation Seminar, UNSW, 21 November 2016
Invited presentation to QUT Law School and School of Justice, QUT, 18 November 2016
Presentation to the Australian Political Science Association, UNSW, 26 – 28 September 2016
Presentations to Productivity Commission on 24 August 2016 (Melbourne) and 31 August (Sydney)
Co-convenor of, and presentation to 9th Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security, University of Melbourne, 12 July 2016
Presentation to 24th Colloquium of Superannuation Researchers, UNSW, 4-5 July 2016
Presentation to CIBEL workshop on China-Australia Free Trade Agreement, UNSW, 17-18 June 2016
Presentation to CEPAR Pensions and Superannuation Seminar, UNSW, 12 June 2016
Presentation to workshop on the Socio-Economic Impacts of Mobile Communications: Implications for ASEAN at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore, 22 -23 April 2016
Presentation to Telecom Forum: Law, regulation and enforcement, Oman, 9-11 February 2016
Presentation to the Thailand National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (with Prof. Lesley Hitchens of UTS), Thailand, 4 – 8 November 2015
Nicholls, Rob 2015 “Competition in Financial Services” Presentation to the Economic Society of Australia, Sydney, October 2015
Nicholls, Rob 2015 “Making the Dual Model Work: Competitive neutrality and net neutrality issues facing the Australian Broadcasting Corporation” Expert Symposium on Competitive Neutrality, Sydney, October 2015
Nicholls, Rob, Scott Donald and Kevin Liu 2015. “It’s a Small World after all: Using social network analysis to investigate systemic risk in the Australian superannuation sector” Netconomics satellite at NetSci, Zaragoza, June 2015
Nicholls, Rob. 2014. “Competition policy review – the framework” Competition Law and Policy, 25 November 2014, Centre for International Finance and Regulation.
Nicholls, Rob. 2014. "Agreeing to disagree: State agents' roles in undertakings and deferred prosecutions for global financial services misconduct” Sixth Oceanic Conference on International Studies, 9-11 July 2014, University of Melbourne.
Nicholls, Rob. 2014. “On the Smell of an Oily Rag” 22nd Annual Colloquium of superannuation researchers, 7-8 July 2014, UNSW
Nicholls, Rob. 2014. “It’s a Small World, After All” 22nd Annual Colloquium of superannuation researchers, 7-8 July 2014, UNSW
Nicholls, Rob. 2014. “Systemic Risk in Superannuation” Workshop, 27 March 2014, UNSW
Nicholls, Rob. 2012. "Regulatory Issues Facing the Global Deployment of M2M Communications." CommunicAsia 2012. Singapore.
Nicholls, Rob. 2009. "Anytime, Any Place Anywhere: Interception and Access Based on Location." Australia New Zealand Society of Criminology. Perth, Australia: ANZSOC.
Nicholls, Rob. 2009. "Blame it on the Bikies: Restriction on Freedoms as a Response to Gang Violence." Australia New Zealand Society of Criminology. Perth, Australia: ANZSOC.
Nicholls, Rob and Michelle Rowland. 2009. "O Canada: telecommunications interception policy as embedded liberalism." Communications Policy and Research Forum 2009, eds. Mark Armstrong and Franco Papandrea. UTS, Sydney, Australia: Network Insight Institute.
Nicholls, Rob. 2009. "Capital punishment: regulatory reforms commercial television broadcasting." Communications Policy and Research Forum 2009, eds. Mark Armstrong and Franco Papandrea. UTS, Sydney, Australia: Network Insight Institute.
Nicholls, Rob. 2009. "Digital Dividend: International issues and implications for Australia." The digital dividend: reaping the benefits of analogue switch off, ed. Mark Armstrong. Sydney, Australia: Network Insight Institute.
Nicholls, Rob and Michelle Rowland. 2008. "hic et nunc: Provision of location based services to law enforcement agencies." You are where you’ve been: Technological threats to your location. UNSW, Sydney, Australia: UNSW.
Nicholls, Rob. 2007. "The End of Cultural Protection? The IPE of the Australian Broadcasting Sector." PhD IPE Workshop 2007. Adelaide, Australia.
Nicholls, Rob. 2007. "Never mind the width, feel the quality: interconnection of IP networks." CommunicAsia 2007. Singapore.
Nicholls, Rob. 2007. "Understanding Interconnection and Regulatory Frameworks with NGN." Next Generation Networks 2007 Summit. Singapore.
Nicholls, Rob. 2001. "3G auctions in Hong Kong." Network Insight Spectrum Seminar, ed. Mark Armstrong. Sydney, Australia: Network Insight.
Jew, Bernadette. 2000. "Peering – Competition and Regulatory Issues." Internet Carriage – Charging Peering and Chaos, ed. Ed Roehrich. Sydney, Australia: Network Insight Institute.
SAMPLE COMMISSIONED RESEARCH
“Options for the Access List” Public Inquiry Paper for SKMM, September 2008
“Retail Price Controls in Telecommunications”, Consultant’s Report, Department of Broadband Communications and the Digital Economy, June 2008
“A regulatory roadmap for Bangladesh” presented at GSMA workshop in Dhaka, July 2007
“IP Interconnection” for GSMA, December 2007
“Liberalising International Gateways” for GSMA, December 2007
“Digital Rights Management and Mobile Devices” for GSMA Europe, January 2007
“Indigenous Television Review Report”, Consultant’s Report, Department of Communications Technology and the Arts, August 2005

Back to top