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Media Ownership Concentration in Europe and the World, and the Digital Challenge

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Friday 26th October 2012
EUI - Badia Fiesolana - Sala Seminario 4
from 3pm to 5pm.

CMPF Academic Seminar:  

Media Ownership Concentration in Europe and the World, and the Digital Challenge
Eli Noam - Professor of Economics and Finance at the Columbia Business School

Are European media less concentrated than those of other regions of the world? Do internet media overcome media concentration? Do American companies dominate world media? What are the world’s most powerful media companies? What countries have the greatest media diversity? This talk, based on extensive data, will present answers that challenge cherished beliefs.

 

Eli NoamEli Noam is Professor of Economics and Finance at the Columbia Business School since 1976 and its Garrett Professor of Public Policy and Business Responsibility.  For three years he served as a Commissioner for Public Services of New York State. He was appointed by the White House to the President’s IT Advisory Committee, and is Director of the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information, a research center focusing on management and policy issues in communications, internet, and media.

Noam has published 28 books and over 300 articles in economics journals, law reviews, and interdisciplinary journals. Recent books and projects include: Media Ownership and Concentration in America (Oxford); Media Concentration Around the World (ed., Oxford, forthcoming); Media Management (4-volumes, forthcoming); and the projects: A National Initiative for Next Generation Video; Ultrabroadband; and Next Generation Wireless.

Noam serves on several advisory boards, is a member of the Council for Foreign Relations, and a fellow of the World Economic Forum. He received AB, AM, PhD (Economics) and JD degrees, all from Harvard, and was awarded honorary doctorates from the University of Munich (2006) and the University of Marseilles (2008).

 

For further information about the seminar please contact Dr.Andrea Calderaro

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