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After analogue TV signals are switched off with the shift to digital transmission, a significant amount of spectrum bandwidth is expected to be freed-up, potentially making it available for other applications rather than replicating the similar quality analogue TV programs. This paper discusses spectrum management...
This detailed, comparable and up-to-date collection of indicators on the performance of education systems focuses on the 30 OECD countries, including Australia, as well as some partner countries. The indicators look at who participates in education, what is spent on it, how education and learning...
Email and online shopping and banking have become a fact of life. This policy brief looks at how cyberfraud affects the digital economy and what governments can do to protect e-commerce and use of the internet.
The advent of Next Generation Networks is bringing forward a series of innovative opportunities but also a greater array of challenges, touching on competition, interconnection agreements and new business models. Papers and presentations from this OECD Foresight Forum, held on 3 October 2006, are now...
This annual report provides an up-to-date collection of copmparative indicators on the performance of education systems in OECD countries, including Australia. Parts of the report are available free of charge online.
Shigeki Kamiyama, Jerry Sheehan and Catalina Martinez examine recent evidence and review macroeconomic statistics related to the development of technology markets. They survey approaches to the valuation of patents and the policy initiatives undertaken by OECD countries to foster patent valuation and exploitation.
The development of digital content raises new issues as rapid technological developments challenge existing business models and government policies. This study identifies and discusses six groups of business and public policy issues, and illustrates them with existing and potential OECD digital content strategies and policies....
Rapid change in the international economy - globalisation, improved communications and reduced transportation costs, changing trade patterns for commodities, and the emergence of important non farm activities in rural regions - confront rural regions with some obvious threats but also with significant opportunities. Against this...