Poster SESSION FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21

A Proposal for a Languid Transition to Unlicensed Allocation of Spectrum: The Presumption of Unlicensed, Kenneth R. Carter, Columbia Institute for Telecommunication

The Economic Importance of Unlicensed Spectrum in the Case of 5.9 Ghz, Diana Carew, RAND

Comparative Study of the Development of Ott-V Markets between the US and Japan, Yoko Nishioka     

Demand Side Subsidies and Universal Access to Basic Communication Services: Lessons from Lifeline in Puerto Rico's Economic Recovery, Carmen Scurato NHMC; Reza Rajabiun, Ryerson University        

Factors Affecting IPv6 Deployment, Brenden Kuerbis, Georgia Institute of Technology - School of Public Policy

Improving Spectrum Enforcement Through Enhanced Identification, Rohit Singh, Carnegie Mellon University, Department Engineering and Public Policy; Douglas Sicker, Carnegie Mellon University         

Network Effects in Mobile Telecommunications Markets: A Comparative Analysis of Consumers Preferences in Latin America, Roxana Barrantes, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru-PCUP; Aileen Aguero Garcia, Instituto de Estudios Peruanos – IEP; Diego Aguilar Lluncor, Instituto de Estudios Peruanos - IEP

Predictability of Online Search Attention in HIV/AIDS Diffusion Among U.S. Cities: Health Disparities, Big Data, and Policy Implications, Yong Jin Park, Howard University

Spatial Patterns and Socioeconomic Influences on m-Commerce and m-Entertainment Usage in U.S. Counties, Avijit Sarkar, University of Redlands - School of Business; James B. Pick, University of Redlands       

Spectrum Sharing Measurements in 7 and 13 GHz Bands, Nadia Yoza-Mitsuishi University of Colorado at Boulder, Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program; Ken Baker, University of Colorado at Boulder

Trust and Confidence in a Secure Internet: A Public Good, Prabir K. Neogi, Carleton University - Canada-India Centre of Excellence in Science, Technology, Trade and Policy; Arthur Cordell, Carleton University; Donald MacLean