Xiudian Dai X.Dai@hull.ac.uk
Convergence and governance of three networks: from the European Union to China
Digital convergence is the technical basis of information technology, but to achieve The rational and effective governance of digital convergence is a key and overall policy bottleneck in the process of informationization. In the face of challenges, the Chinese government has officially decided to achieve the goal of triple play in the next few years, which means that economic and social informatization will enter a new stage. The EU has simultaneously proposed the strategic goal of developing an information society with China. So far, it has formed a model with its own characteristics in the governance of digital convergence. On the one hand, the EU successfully achieved governance in the field of information and communication from the analog era to the digital age by formulating a new framework law...
Dai, X. (2011). Convergence and governance of three networks: from the European Union to China. China information times, 73 - 77
|Journal Article Type||Article|
|Acceptance Date||Sep 1, 2011|
|Publication Date||Sep 1, 2011|
|Journal||China information times|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Pages||73 - 77|
|Keywords||EU; China; Triple play; Governance|
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