Gerald W. Brock

Gerald W. Brock is Professor of Telecommunication and Director of the Graduate Telecommunication Program at George Washington University, and was previously Common Carrier Bureau Chief at the Federal Communications Commission.

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Cover: Telecommunication Policy for the Information Age: From Monopoly to CompetitionTelecommunication Policy for the Information Age: From Monopoly to CompetitionBrock, Gerald W.PAPERBACK09/01/1998$47.00
Cover: The Second Information RevolutionThe Second Information RevolutionBrock, Gerald W.HARDCOVER09/25/2003$72.50
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