Announcing CPR LATAM - Communication Policy Research Conference 2016 Online Proceedings on SSRN
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CPR LATAM is a cross-disciplinary academic network of research centers which seeks to advance knowledge on the social, economic and political impact of ICT in the Americas.
It fosters research and dialog among researchers who examine the economic, technological and policy issues that affect ICT and their impact on development.
CPR LATAM's annual Conference (2016) was held in Cancun, Mexico. The purpose of this conference is to bring together scholars, members from the private sector and regulators to learn from the studies and experiences that all of them have encountered as they work in the field of ICT policy.
The 2016 Conference was held in coordination with the Congreso Latinoamericano de Telecomunicaciones (CLT).
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