Telecommunications | Economics of Communications Industries
T421 | 26653 | Waterman, D.

We develop and apply economic models to understand competition and
strategy in communications industries, primarily the mass media.
Among others, we study broadcast, cable and other multi-channel
television, print media, the movie industry, and Internet-based
information/entertainment media.

The course has two objectives.  The main one is to provide you with
a foundation for evaluating alternative business strategies of
communications firms.  The other is to provide you with a method for
evaluating public policy issues in these industries.

For additional information, please contact Prof. David Waterman,
Dept. of Telecommunications; 5-6170 or

This course counts toward Social and Historical Studies distribution
requirements in the College of Arts and Sciences. It may, or may
not, also count toward other degree requirements. For more
information about which requirements this course could fulfill see
the College of Arts and Sciences Bulletin at . If you have
questions, or need additional help, see your academic advisor.