THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF TELECOMMUNICATION IN PRIVATE SECTOR: CASE STUDY ROSHAN TELECOMMUNICATION
This study investigates the impact of telecommunications technology and innovation on economic growth in developed and developing countries. It investigates the non-linear or kink effect in the relationship between these variables and economic growth. The study analyzes the impact on individual countries and groups based on economic development and telecommunications technology. The findings show a kink effect, with some related variables having different magnitudes depending on their levels and kink points. The study also finds that telecommunications technology and innovation have a more significant impact on developing countries than developed countries. (2020 Paravee Maneejuk, Woraphon Yamaka*). This paper investigates the key determinants of telecommunications industry reforms in developing countries, focusing on liberalization, privatization, and regulation restructuring. It estimates the extent to which these policies have translated into actual infrastructure deployment. The study finds a positive relationship between digital cellular segment competition and fixedline segment growth. Countries facing increasing institutional risk and financial constraints are more likely to introduce competition in the digital cellular segment and privatize fixed-line incumbents, which enhance fixed-line infrastructure deployment. Conversely, competition in the analogue cellular segment and the creation of a separate regulator are less attractive policies, with negative or non-significant impacts on fixed network deployment. (2010 Farid Gasmi a,*, Laura Recuero Virto b) This study examines the impact of telecommunications liberalization in Africa on sectoral performance and economic growth. It considers WTO commitments and regulatory quality, as well as competition in the mobile segment. Adherence to the GATS Reference Paper leads to lower prices globally. (2008 Calvin Djiofack-Zebaze & Alexander Keck*) The paper examines the relationship between telecommunications infrastructure competition, investment, and productivity using econometric modeling and input-output economics. Results show that most industries benefit from incorporating telecommunications technology advances, encouraging infrastructure investment in production processes. (2006 Lisa Correa) Telecommunication services' potential benefits to rural and remote communities are difficult to determine; this article reviews rationales, evidence, and concrete ways forward. (2005 Ricardo Ramı´reza, Don Richardsonb). The purpose of this review paper is to understand the Economic Impact of Telecommunication globally & how its effect the country’s economic, now adays it seems that Telecommunication is in fast growing & facilitate the Human for easy access to the world changes, connecting peoples all over the world through different channels & pave the ways for easiness & fustiest connections of peoples around the world in different officials & personals activities. All Technologies innovations depend on Telecommunication to get start & usable in the markets. As reviewed 26_Journals its seems that Telecommunication has direct impact on the economics of the countries & empowered the country’s economic as well connect the peoples around the world, as we reconsider the past centuries with new centuries unbelievable innovations & changes come up & coming which all mostly dependable on Telecommunications services, all the world connect with each other’s through Internet in business & personal prospectives, even though Buying, Selling, Working, Education & etc through internet & telecommunication services, which played very important rules in the world especially its seems during the Covid-19 all Business ruined outstanding through internet without any big loss & business closures. Telecommunication makes the human life easy & running outstanding rules in the Economic of the countries. Author.
The Economic Impact of Telecommunication