To mark its 50th anniversary the IIC has published a book of articles written by a diverse and distinguished group of international experts.

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Our Last 50, and the Next… by Andrea Millwood Hargrave 03.12.2019
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1969-2019- Fifty Years of Communications Commitment by Richard Hooper 03.12.2019
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The IIC at 50 – Front-Row Seats at the Great Transformations by Monroe Price 03.12.2019
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Digital Platform Regulatory Challenges – Is History Repeating Itself? by Robin Mansell 03.12.2019
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One Small Step – The 50 Year Digital Revolution by Roberto Viola 03.12.2019
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Next-Generation Regulation for Next-Generation TV by Eli Noam 03.12.2019
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Spectrum Strife – The Struggle for the Profits Emanating from the Communications Sector’s Miracle Ingredient by Martin Cave 03.12.2019
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Has the Time Come for a Digital Regulatory Authority? – Legacy and Challenges by Antonio Nicita 03.12.2019
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Transforming Telecoms in Sub-Saharan Africa- The Past, Present and Future by Andrew Barendse 03.12.2019
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Communications- Tipping or Tripping Point by Cordel Green & Anthony Clayton 03.12.2019
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Seven Shillings- Australian Communications Since the Sixties by Jock Given 03.12.2019
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Latin American Communications- Status, Trends and Future Policy Guidelines by Raul Katz 03.12.2019
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The Next Big Thing? – A Short Story of Failures in the Communications Industry by Jean Paul Simon 03.12.2019
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Looking Back – Building Strong Foundations by Leong Keng Thai & Chia Aileen 02.12.2019
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