There is an obvious need for systematic study of Internet Governance, as more governments and international organisations strive to create successful Information Infrastructure policies, and turn the focal point of economic development to building knowledge-driven economies. This will result in new governance frameworks being adopted, as states begin to address concerns such as privacy and security from a networked perspective.

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Conference Papers / Drafts

Abstracts / Proposals

Full Draft Versions

Selected Topics

Internet Infrastructure Management

Electronic Commerce

National Governments and the Issue of Internet Control

Spread and Universal Access

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The UIS envisages that the research section will be highly dynamic, due to the nature of the topic.

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