Research Paper On Global Wireless E Voting
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Wireless Industry Overview and ATandT
This 15-page paper offers an analysis of the wireless industry and the part AT&T Wireless plays in it. Topics discussed include an overview of the U.S. economy, an overview of the wireless industry from the perspective of Porter's Five Forces and an analysis of AT&T Wireless, its background and competitive strategy. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Voting Methods in America and What is Wrong with Them
In 5 pages the author discusses the different voting methods used. "Voting in the United States is not as simple as it would seem. The outcome of the election depends on the method used in voting. Of all the methods of voting, there is not one that satisfies all of the conditions of fairness." Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Industry Implications of the Merger Between Sprint and MCI WorldCom
A 10 page paper discussing implications of the merger for both the national and international telecommunications industry. Announced October 5, 1999, the combination of MCI WorldCom’s global presence and Sprint’s strength in wireless technology promises enhanced growth for both sides, particularly in wireless communication and Internet access, which is expected to provide the greatest growth in telecommunications well into the next century. Both companies will need to provide sound evidence to the FCC in order to gain approval, for the merger of the two companies reduces the number of large long distance carriers in the US from three to only two. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
Prospect of Global Democracy
7 pages in length. The writer discusses how nationalism and ethnic cleansing continue to thwart the prospect of global democracy, citing Huntington’s "The Clash of Civilization," Dahl’s "On Democracy" and Snyder’s "From Voting To Violence". Bibliography lists 4 sources.