TUESDAY 21st JUNE 2022 | Parallel sessions 5
11.00 – 12.30


Jun 21 2022


11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Spectrum 2

Covid 3


New technologies

ICT and the environment

Phansatarn, Srinuan & Srinuan
Willingness to remain using satellite TV: An implication for refarming 3500 MHz in Thailand

Bahia, Butler & Castells
The socio-economic benefits of the 6GHz band:  Considering licensed and unlicensed options

Suboptimal mobile spectrum allocation lowers or reverses the traditional gain in consumer surplus from a new MNO entrance

Axenbeck & Breithaupt Measuring firm-level digitalisation and its impact on economic and social stability during the COVID-19 Crisis – A novel text-mining approach

Takao, Nakamura, Nakamura & Goto
An empirical analysis of the impact of the spread of telework on the volume of tourism demand

Gijón, Fernández-Bonilla & Whalley
Behind the pandemic: the loopholes of the digital divide

Deshpande, Lechardoy & Villanueva
Towards a comparative and integrative framework for regulatory approaches to online advertising

Fourberg, Tas & Wiewiorra
My Browser is not a Billboard: Experimental Evidence on Ad-blocking Adoption and Users’ Acquisition of Information

Who wins the people wins the world

Kim, Lee & Kwon
Does the video assistant referee (VAR) system mitigate referee bias in professional football leagues?

International variation in regulations related to initial coin offerings: Preliminary findings and a research agenda

Nam & Kim
Why do elderly people feel negative about the use of self-service technology and how do they cope with the negative emotions?

How is mobile broadband affecting CO
2 Emissions globally?

Kapatamoyo & Mbumwae
ICT in Zambia – Green informatics on strategies and technological innovations 

Briglauer, Köppl-Turyna & Schwarzbauer
Evaluating effects of ICT core elements on CO2 emissions: recent evidence from OECD countries