Bauer, J. M. (2018), ‘The ICT Development Index’, technical report, prepared for the International Telecommunication Union as background study for the Measuring the Information Society 2018 report, Geneva, Switzerland, November.
Bauer, J. M. (2018), ‘Regulation and Digital Innovation’, in: G. Knieps & V. Stocker (eds.), The Future of the Internet: Innovation, Integration and Sustainability (pp. 58-88) Baden-Baden: Nomos.
Bauer, J. M. and Bohlin, E. (2018). ‘Roles of Access Regulation in 5G Markets’. Technical Report. East Lansing, Michigan and Gothenburg, Sweden. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3246177.
Dubois, E., and Blank, G. (2018). ‘The echo chamber is overstated: the moderating effect of political interest and diverse media’. Information, Communication and Society, 21(5), 729-745.
Dutton, W. H. (2018), ‘Networked Publics: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives on Big Policy Issues’, Internet Policy Review, 15 May. Read more.
Dutton, W.H., and Reisdorf, B.C. (2016), ‘The Internet through the Ages’, in: P.G. Nixon, R. Rawal & A. Funk (Eds.), Digital Media Usage Across the Lifecourse, pp. 16-28. Surrey, UK: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.
Garcia-Murillo, M., MacInnes, I., and Bauer, J. M. (2018). ‘Techno-unemployment: A Framework for Assessing the Effects of Information and Communication Technologies on Work’, Telematics and Informatics, available online at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tele.2018.05.013.
Hampton, K., Shin, I., and Lu, W. (2017). ‘Social Media and Political Discussion: When Online Presence Silences Offline Conversation’. Information, Communication and Society 20(7), 1090-1107.
Hampton, K. (2017). ‘New Communication Technologies and the Future of Community’. In Paul Messaris and Lee Humphreys (Eds.) Digital Media: Transformations in Human Communication 2nd ed. New York: Peter Lang. 127-138.
Hampton, K. and Wellman, B. (2018). Lost and Saved … Again: The Moral Panic about the Loss of Community Takes Hold of Social Media. Contemporary Sociology 47(6), 643-651. Read more.
Helsper, E.J., and Reisdorf, B.C. (2016), ‘The emergence of a ‘digital underclass’ in Great Britain and Sweden: Changing reasons for digital exclusion’, New Media & Society, Online First.
Jewkes, Y., and Reisdorf, B.C. (2016), ‘A brave new world: The problems and opportunities presented by new media technologies in prisons’, Criminology & Criminal Justice, Online First.
Lloyd, J., Hawton, K., Dutton, W. H., Geddes, J. R., Goodwin, G. M., & Rogers, R. D. (2016), ‘Thoughts and acts of self-harm, and suicidal ideation, in online gamblers’, International Gambling Studies, 16(3), pp. 408-423.
Reisdorf, B.C., Blank, G., and Dutton, W.H. (forthcoming), ‘Internet Cultures and Digital Inequalities’, for 2nd Edition of Society and the Internet, edited by Graham and Dutton, OUP.
Reisdorf, B.C., Dutton, W.H., Triwibowo, W., Nelson, M.E. (2017), ‘Operationalising digital divides: A pilot study’, Internet Histories, Online First.
Reisdorf, B.C., and Jewkes, Y. (2016), ‘(B)Locked Sites: The impact of lack of Internet access on prisoners during incarceration and rehabilitation’, Information, Communication & Society, Online First.
Reisdorf, B.C., & Rikard, R.V. (2018). ‘Digital Rehabilitation: A Model of Reentry into the Digital Age.’ American Behavioral Scientist, 62(9), 1273–1290.
Shapiro, M., Murphy, D., Yankelevich, A., and Dutton, W.H. (2016), ‘Wireless Innovation for Last Mile Access: An Analysis of Cases and Business Strategies’. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2891778.
Yankelevich, A., Shapiro, M., Dutton, W. H., & Murphy, D. (2016), ‘Wireless Innovation for Last Mile Access: A Regulatory Analysis’. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2891763.
Yankelevich, A., Shapiro, M., & Dutton, W. H. (2017 forthcoming), ‘Reaching beyond the Wire: Challenges Facing Wireless for the Last Mile’, Digital Policy, Regulation and Governance, vol. 19(3).
Yankelevich, A., and Vaughan, B. (2016), ‘Price-Match Announcements in a Consumer Search Duopoly’, Southern Economic Journal, vol. 82(4), pp. 1186–1211.
Quello Working Papers
Bauer, J.M. and Dutton, W.H. (2016), ‘The New Cybersecurity Agenda: Economic and Social Challenges to a Secure Internet’, A Quello Center joint working paper with the Oxford Global Cybersecurity Project at the Oxford Martin Institute, University of Oxford. It is based on a briefing document prepared by the authors to support the World Bank’s World Development Report . Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2614545 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2614545
Brooks, B., Dutton, W.H., Reisdorf, B.C., Rhinesmith, C.H. (2016), ‘Digital Inclusion in Urban America’, TPRC 44: The 44th Research Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy 2016. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2757101.
Dutton, W.H., Creese, S., Shillair, R., Bada, M., and Roberts, T. (2017), ‘Cyber Security Capacity: Does It Matter?’. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2938078.
Dutton, W.H., Reisdorf, B.C., Dubois, E., and Blank, G. (2017), ‘Search and Politics: A Cross-National Survey’. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2944191.
Dutton, W.H., and Reisdorf, B.C. (2016), ‘Cultural Divides and Digital Inequalities: Attitudes Shaping Internet and Social Media Divides.’ Paper for delivery at the 44th Annual Telecommunication Policy Research Conference, George Mason University, Arlington, Virginia, USA, 30 September-1 October 2016. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2756121
Yankelevich, A. and Aguelakakis, N. (2017), ‘Collaborate or Consolidate: Assessing the Competitive Effects of Production Joint Ventures’, Quello Center Working Paper. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2432916.
Yankelevich, A. and Vaughan, B. (2017), ‘Consumer Complacency and Grandfather Clauses’, Quello Center Working Paper. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2684556.
Yankelevich, A. and Koning, K. (2017), ‘Regulating the Open Internet: Past Developments and Emerging Challenges’, Quello Center Working Paper. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2797366.
Dutton, W.H., and Blank, G. (2015), ‘Cultures on the Internet’, InterMedia, Winter 2014/15, Vol 42, Issue 4/5: 55-57.
Dutton, W. H., and Blank, G. (2015), ‘Cultural Stratification on the Internet: Five Clusters of Values and Beliefs among Users in Britain’, In Communication and Information Technologies Annual (pp. 3-28). Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Dutton, W. H., and Dubois, E. (2015), ‘The Fifth Estate: a rising force of pluralistic accountability’. Handbook of digital politics, pp. 51-66.
Dutton, W. H., Huan, S., and Shen, W. (2015), ‘China and the Fifth Estate: Net Delusion or Democratic Potential?’, IDP. Revista de Internet, Derecho y Política, (20).
Farrington, J., Philip, L., Cottrill, C., Abbot, P., Blank, G. and Dutton, W.H. (2015), ‘Two-Speed Britain: Rural and Urban Internet’, Research Paper for the RCUK Digital Economy Research Hub dot.rural, University of Aberdeen. Aberdeen: dot.rural. Available at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2645771
Haigh, T., Russell, A. L., & Dutton, W. H. (2015), ‘Histories of the Internet: Introducing a Special Issue of Information & Culture’, Information & Culture, 50(2), pp. 143-159.
Noll, A.M. (2015), ‘Memories: A Personal History of Bell Telephone Laboratories’, Quello Center Working Paper. East Lansing, MI: Quello Center, Michigan State University. Available online at: Memories.
Obar, J.A. (2015), ‘Big Data and The Phantom Public: Walter Lippmann and the fallacy of data privacy self-management’, Big Data & Society, vol. 2(2), doi: 10.1177/2053951715608876.
Obar, J.A. and Wildman, S. (2015), ‘Social media definition and the governance challenge: An introduction to the special issue’, Telecommunications Policy, 39(9), 745-750.
Reisdorf, B.C., and Groselj, D. (2015), ‘Internet (non-)use types and motivational access: Implications for digital inequalities research’, New Media & Society, Online First.
Dutton, W.H. with the assistance of Elizabeth Dubois (2014) (ed.), Politics and the Internet: Volumes I-IV. Abingdon, UK: Taylor & Francis Routledge.
Dutton, W.H. (2014), ‘Putting Things to Work: Social and Policy Challenges for the Internet of Things’, Info, Vol. 16 Iss: 3, pp. 1-21.
Dutton, W.H. and Law, G. and Groselj, D. and Hangler, F. and Vidan, G. and Cheng, L. and Lu, X. and Zhi, H. and Zhao, Q. and Wang, B., Mobile Communication Today and Tomorrow (December 4, 2014). A Quello Policy Research Paper, Quello Center, Michigan State University.. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2534236 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2534236
Graham, M., and Dutton, W.H. (2014) (eds), Society and the Internet: How Networks of Information and Communication are Changing our Lives. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Napoli, P.M., and Obar, J.A. (2014), ‘The emerging mobile Internet underclass: A critique of mobile Internet access’, The Information Society, vol. 30(5), 323-334.
Obar, J.A. (2014), ‘Canadian advocacy 2.0: An analysis of social media adoption and perceived affordances by advocacy groups looking to advance activism in Canada’, Canadian Journal of Communication, vol. 39(2), 211-233.
Zorina, A., and Dutton, W.H. (2014), ‘Building Broadband Infrastructure from the Grassroots: the Case of Home LANs in Belarus’, Journal of Community Informatics, special issue on ‘The First Mile of Broadband Connectivity in Communities’, Vol 10, No. 2: http://ci-journal.net/index.php/ciej/article/view/949.
Dutton, W.H. (2013) (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Internet Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Dutton, W.H. (2013), ‘The Fifth Estate: The Internet’s Gift to Democratic Governance’, InterMEDIA, Volume 41, October, pp. 20-24.
Fico, F., Lacy, S., T. Baldwin, T., Bergan, D. & Wildman, S. (2013), ‘Newspapers Devote Far Less Coverage to County Government than to City Governance’, Newspaper Research Journal, vol. 34(1), 104-111.
Fico, F., Lacy, S., Wilman, S., Baldwin, T., Bergan, D. & Zube, P. (2013), ‘Citizen Journalism Sites as Information Substitutes and Complements for United States Newspaper Coverage of Local Governments’, Digital Journalism, vol. 1(1), 152-168.
Obar, J.A., Zube, P. & Lampe, C. (2012). Advocacy 2.0: An analysis of how advocacy groups in the United States perceive and use social media as tools for facilitating civic engagement and collective action. Journal of Information Policy, 2, 1-25.
Connolly-Ahern, C., Schejter, A. & Obar, J.A. (2012). The poor man’s lamb revisited? Assessing the state of LPFM at its 10th anniversary. Communication Review, 15(1), 21-44.
Lampe, C., Obar, J.A., Velasquez, A., Yilmaz, E. & Zube, P. (2012). Classroom Wikipedia participation effects on future intentions to contribute. Proceedings of the Computer-Supported Cooperative Work Conference, 2012. *Honorable mention award.
Bauer, J.M., Lang, A., & Schneider, V. (2011), “Innovation Policy and High-Tech Development: An Introduction” (Read Chapter 1 – PDF)
Bauer, J.M. & Shim, W. (2011), “Regulation and Innovation in Telecommunications” (Read paper – PDF)
Bauer, J.M. (2011), “Entrepreneurship and Government in U.S. High-Tech Policy” (Read Chapter 5 – PDF)
Bauer, J.M. & Van Eeten, M. (2011), “Introduction to the Economics of Cybersecurity”, Communications & Strategies, no. 81, 1st quarter 2011, p. 13-21.
Choi, Y.J., Lee, S.Y., and Wildman, S. (2011), ‘Why Do Large Markets Dominate? A New Look at Sources of the Large Home Market Advantage in the International Film Trade.’
Fu, W., Ting, C., and Wildman, S. (2011), ‘Search Advertising: Is There a Feedback Effect?’, 1-18.
Bauer, J.M. (2010), “Changing roles of the state in telecommunications,” International Telecommunications Policy Review, 17: 127-145.
Bauer, J.M. (2010), “Learning from each other: conceptual and empirical foundations of cross-national benchmarking,” Info, 12(6): 2-20.
Bauer, J.M. (2010) “Regulation, public policy, and investment in communications infrastructure,” Telecommunications Policy, 34(1): 65-79.
DeMaagd, K. & Bauer, J.M. (2010), “Modeling the dynamic interactions of agents in the provision of network infrastructure,” Information Systems Frontiers, DOI 10.1007/s10796-010-9244-2.
Ha, I., Wildman, S.S., & Bauer, J.M. (2010), “P2P, CDNs, and hybrid networks: the economics of Internet video distribution,” International Telecommunications Policy Review, 17(4): 1-22.
Lacy, S., Duffy, M., Riffe, D., Thorson, E., & Fleming, K., “The Substitutability between Citizen Journalism and Daily Newspaper Sites,” Newspaper Research Journal, 31(2) (2010): 34-46.
Lacy, S., Riffe, D., Thorson, E., & Duffy, M., “Examining the Features, Policies, and Resources of Citizen Journalism: Citizen News Sites and Blogs,” Web Journal for Mass Communication Research, July 2009, http://www.scripps.ohiou.edu/wjmcr/.
Obar, J.A., & Schejter, A.M. (2010). Inclusion or illusion? An analysis of the FCC’s public hearings on media ownership 2006-2007. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 54(2), 212-227.
(Book review) Obar, J.A. (In Press). Review of Steal This Music: How Intellectual Property Law Affects Musical Creativity, by Joanna Demers, Free Speech Yearbook.
St. Cyr, C., Carpenter, S., & Lacy, S., “Internet Competition and US Newspaper City Government Coverage: Testing the Lowrey and Mackay Model of Occupational Competition,” Journalism Practice, 4(4) (2010): 507-522.
Wu, Y. & Bauer, J.M. (2010), “E-government in China: development and driving forces of provincial portals,” Chinese Journal of Communications, 3(3): 290-310.
Bauer, J.M. and Van Eeten, M.J.G. (2009) “Cybersecurity: stakeholder incentives, externalities, and policy options,” Telecommunications Policy, 33(10-11): 706-719.
Van Eeten, M.J.G. and Bauer, J.M. (2009) „Emerging threats to internet security: incentives, externalities and policy implications,” Journal of Crisis and Contingency Management, 17(4): 592-608
Bauer, Johannes M. and Bohlin, Erik (2008) “From static to dynamic regulation: recent developments in U.S. telecommunications policy,” Intereconomics: Review of European Economic Policy, 43(1): 38-50
Bauer, Johannes M. and Bohlin, Erik. (2008). Principles of dynamic regulation. Intereconomics: Review of European Economic Policy, 43(1): 38-50.
Bauer, Johannes M. and Herder, Paulien M. (2008). Designing Socio-Technical Systems. In Anthonie Meijers (Ed.), Handbook of the Philosophy of the Technological Sciences. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Bauer, Johannes M. and Schneider, Volker. (2008). Governance-Theorie und die Analyse komplexer Systeme. In J. Weyer and I. Schulz-Schaeffer (Eds.), Management komplexer Systeme: Konzepte für die Bewältigung von Intransparenz. Unsicherheit und Chaos, München-Wien: Oldenbour.
Bauer, Johannes M., Ha, Im Sook and Saugstrup, Dan. (2008). Mobile television: experience and outlook in Europe, the U.S. and Asia. In B. Preissl (Ed.), Proceedings of the 18th European ITS Conference.
Wildman, Steve. (2008). Communication and Economics: Two Imperial Disciplines and Too Little Collaboration. Journal of Communication.
Wildman, Steve. (2008). Interactive Channels and the Challenge of Content Budgeting. International Journal of Media Management.
Wildman, Steve. (2008). Strategies to Exploit the Advantages of New Targeting Technologies: Realizing the Ad Revenue Potential of Media Audiences. In C. Dal Zotto and H. van Kranenburg (Eds.), Strategic Management in the Media Industry: Reflections on Innovation. Edward Elgar Publishers.
Wildman, Steve with W. W. Fu. (2008). Economic Research on Asian Media Markets and Industries: A Critical Reflection. Asian Journal of Communication.
Bauer, Johannes M. (2007). Internet governance: theory and first principles. In Ravi Kumar Jain Bandamutha (Ed.), Internet governance: an introduction (40-59). Hyderabad, India: The Icfai University.
Bauer, Johannes M., Ha, Im Sook and Saugstrup, Dan. (2007). Mobile television: challenges of advanced service design. Communications of the Association for Information Security, 20, 621-631.
Quello Center. (2007). Quello Center Policy Commentary – 700 MHz Auction Rules. Description: On July 31, 2007, the FCC adopted a critical order which might significantly influence U.S. communications in the years to come. This Quello Center Policy Commentary highlights the main impacts. Quello Center Policy Commentary – 700 MHz Auction Rules (PDF, 24 kb)
Wildman, Steve. Indexing Diversity. In P. Napoli (Ed.), Media Diversity and Localism: Meaning and Metrics (239-279). Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
Bauer, Johannes M. (2006). Broadband in the United States. In M. Fransman (Ed.), Global Broadband Battles: Why the U.S. and Europe Lag and Asia Leads (133-163). Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
Bauer, Johannes M. (2006). From static efficiency to innovation focus: the turnaround of U.S. unbundling policy. In P. Baake and B. Preissl (Eds.), Local loop unbundling and bitstream access: regulatory practice in Europe and the US (150-175). Berlin: DIW.
Bauer, Johannes M. and Cherry, Barbara A. (2006). Transatlantic conundrums: Lessons for Europe? In P. Verhoest (Ed.), i2010: comments and contributions (3-32). Brussels: ENCIP.
Bauer, Johannes M. and Wildman, Steven S. (2006). Looking backwards and looking forwards in contemplating the next rewrite of the Communications Act. Federal Communications Law Journal, 58(3): 415-438.
Wildman, Steve. (2006). Paradigms and Analytical Frameworks in Modern Economics and Media Economics. In A. Albarrran, S. Chan-Olmsted & M. Wirth (Eds.), Handbook of Media Management and Economics. Lawrence Earlbaum Associates, Publishers.
Wildman, Steve with E. Kim. (2006). A Deeper Look at the Economics of Advertiser Support for Television: The Implications of Consumption-Differentiated Viewers and Ad Addressability. Journal of Media Economics, 19(1), 55-79.
Wildman, Steve with H. Li and P. M. Napoli. (2006). Introduction to the Special Section. The Journal of Advertising, 35(2), 99.
Wildman, Steven S., Bauer, Johannes M. and Ting, Carol. (2006). Modeling the efficiency properties of spectrum governance regimes. Info, 8(2), 82-96.
Bauer, Johannes M. (2005). Bundling, differentiation, alliances, and mergers: convergence strategies in U.S. communications markets. Communications & Strategies, 60, 59-83.
Bauer, Johannes M. (2005). Regulated mixed firms: the case of European telecommunications. In R. Künneke, J. Groenewegen and A. Correlje (Eds.), Institutional reform, regulation and privatization (153-175). Aldershot, Edward Elgar.
Bauer, Johannes M. (2005). Regulation and state ownership: conflicts and complementarities in EU telecommunications. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 76(2), 151-177.
Bauer, Johannes M. (2005). Unbundling policy in the United States: players, outcomes and effects. Communications & Strategies, 57, 59-82.
Bauer, Johannes M. and Lacy, Stephen. (2005). The future of media economics research. In: A. B. Albarran, M. O. Wirth and S. Chan-Olmsted (Eds.), Handbook of Media Economics (653-672). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Bauer, Johannes M., Kim, Junghyun, and Wildman, Steven S. (2005). Towards an integrative framework for assessing broadband policy options. Michigan State Law Review, Spring, Issue 1, 21-50.
Wildman, Steve with C. Y. Ting and J. M. Bauer. (2005). Comparing welfare for spectrum property and spectrum commons governance regimes. Telecommunications Policy, 29, 711-730.3.
Wildman, Steve with C. Y. Ting and J. M. Bauer. (2005, November 8-11). Government Policy and the Comparative Merits of Alternative Governance Regimes for Wireless Services. In Conference Record: 2005 1st IEEE International Symposium on New Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks. Baltimore, MD. 401-419.
Bauer, Johannes M. (2004, June). Harnessing the swarm: communications policy in an era of ubiquitous networks and disruptive technologies. Communications and Strategies.
Bauer, Johannes M. (2004). Spectrum management and the mobile services industry. In R. Cooper and G. Madden (Eds.), Frontiers of broadband, electronic and mobile commerce. Berlin: Physica Verlag.
Bauer, Johannes M. and Berne, Michel. (2004). E-commerce and internet access in the European Union and the United States. In B. Preissl, H. Bouwman, and C. Steinfield (Eds.), E-life after the dot com bust. Berlin: Springer.
Wildman, Steve. (2004). Conditional Expectations Communication and the Impact of Biotechnology. In S. Braman (Ed.), Biotechnology and Communication: The Meta-Technologies of Information. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
Bauer, Johannes M. (2003, June-July). Impact of license fees on the prices of mobile voice service. Telecommunications Policy, 27(5-6), 417-434.
Bauer, Johannes M., Vesperini, Paola and Wildman, Steven S. (2003). The state of telecommunications: realities, regulation, restructuring. Michigan State DCL Law Review, 531-561.
Wildman, Steve S. (2003). Modeling the Ad Revenue Potential of Media Audiences: An Underdeveloped Side of Media Economics. Journal of Media Economics & Culture, 1(2), 7-37.
Wildman, Steven S. and Faith Cranor, Lorrie (Eds.). (2003). Rethinking Rights and Regulations: Institutional Responses to New Communication Technologies. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Bauer, Johannes M. (2002). Normative foundations of policies towards the European information society. In J. Jordana (Ed.), Governing telecommunications and the new information society in Europe. London: Edward Elgar.
Bauer, Johannes M. (2002). Regulation in the perspective of the Gemeinwirtschaftslehre. In E. Miller and W. Samuels (Eds.), Institutional economics and public utility regulation. Harry M. Trebing. East Lansing: MSU Press.
Bauer, Johannes M. and Cherry, Barbara A. (2002, December). Institutional arrangements and price rebalancing: empirical evidence from the United States and Europe. Information Economics and Policy, 14(4), 495-517.
Bauer, Johannes M. and Wildman, Steven S. (2002). Rethinking access: toward a conceptual framework. The Law Review of Michigan State University – Detroit College of Law, 4, 605-616.
Bauer, Johannes M., Berne, Michel and Maitland, Carleen. (2002). Internet access in the European Union and in the United States. Telematics and Informatics 19, 117-137.
Bauer, Johannes M., Maitland, Carleen and Westerveld, Rudi. (2002). The European market for mobile data. Telecommunications Policy, 26, 535-554.
Bauer, Johannes M. and Maitland, Carleen F. (2001). National level culture and global diffusion: the case of the Internet. In C. Ess (Ed.), Culture, technology, communication: towards an intercultural global village. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.
Wildman, Steve and Cherry, Barbara A. (2000). An Institutional Perspective on Regulatory Regimes and Investment Decisions by Telecommunications Providers. Telecommunications and Broadcasting Networks under EC Law: The Protection Afforded to Consumers and Undertakings in the Information Society, Series of Publications by the Academy of European Law Trier, Vol. 27.
Wildman, Steve and Cherry, Barbara A. (2000). Preventing Flawed Communication Policies by Addressing Constitutional Principles. Law Review of the Michigan State University Detroit College of Law, 2000(1).
Bauer, Johannes M. (1999). Universal Service in the European Union. Government Information Quarterly, 16.
Bauer, Johannes M., Steinfield, Charles F., and Mahler, Alwin. (1999). Electronic commerce and the local merchant. Electronic Markets 9, 51-57.
Wildman, Steve and Aron, Debra J. (1999). Economic Theories of Tying and Foreclosure Applied-and Not Applied-in Microsoft. Antitrust, 14(1), 48-52.
Wildman, Steve and Aron, Debra J. (1999). Effecting a Price Squeeze Through Bundled Pricing. In S. Gillett and I. Vogelsang (Eds.), Competition, Regulation and Convergence: Current Trends in Telecommunications Policy Research. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
Wildman, Steve and Cherry, Barbara A. (1999). Conceptualizing Universal Service Policy: Definitions, Context, Social Process, and Politics. In B. Cherry, S. Wildman and A. Hammond IV (Eds.), Making Universal Service Policy: Enhancing the Process Through Multidisciplinary Evaluation. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
Wildman, Steve and Cherry, Barbara A. (1999). Institutional Endowment as Foundation for Regulatory Performance and Regime Transitions: The Role of the US Constitution in telecommunications Regulation in the United States. Telecommunications Policy, 23(9).
Wildman, Steve and Cherry, Barbara A. (1999). Review of Federal Universal Service Policy in the United States. In B. Cherry, S. Wildman and A. Hammond IV (Eds.), Making Universal Service Policy: Enhancing the Process Through Multidisciplinary Evaluation. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
Wildman, Steve and Cherry, Barbara A. (1999). Unilateral and Bilateral Rules: A Framework for Increasing Competition While Meeting Universal Service goals in Telecommunications. In B. Cherry, S. Wildman and A. Hammond IV (Eds.). (1999). Making Universal Service Policy: Enhancing the Process Through Multidisciplinary Evaluation. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
Wildman, Steve S, co-edited with Barbara A. Cherry and Alan H. Hammond, IV. (1999). Making Universal Service Policy: Enhancing the Process Through Multidisciplinary Evaluation. Lawrence Erlbaum, Publishers.
Bauer, J.M. & Obar, J.A. Disentangling economic and political goals in the net neutrality debate. (Under Review)
Napoli, P.M. & Obar, J.A. Mobile leapfrogging and digital divide policy: Assessing the limitations of mobile Internet access in 26 countries. (Under Review)
Obar, J.A. & Napoli, P.M. Digital activism around the world: Examining the successful use of ICTs for policy change in 10 countries
Obar, J.A. (nd). FreePress.net and FreedomWorks.org vs. FCC.org: How public advocacy groups are leading the charge in the promotion of civic engagement online.
Schejter, A.M & Obar, J.A. (nd). Comparing media ownership regimes: the fine contours that differentiate among the American, British and Canadian media systems. (Submitted to the Canadian Journal of Communication)
Connolly-Ahern, C., Schejter, A. & Obar, J.A. (nd). The poor man’s lamb revisited. Assessing the state of LPFM at its 10th anniversary. (Submitted to the Communication Review)
Bauer, J.M., Obar, J.A. & Koh, T. (nd). Disentangling economic and political goals in the net neutrality debate.
Obar, J.A. & Lampe, C., Velasquez, A. & Zube, P. (nd). Advocacy 2.0: How national advocacy groups use and perceive social media.