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Turkey.PDF Contribution from Telecommunications Authority of Turkey Regulatory Principles Deemed Essential by the Telecomunications Authority Of Turkey in Promoting Universal Access to Information and Communication Technologies The Turkish legal framework regarding telecommunications designates the Ministry of Transport as the policy-maker in defining the subject and scope of universal access upon receipt of affirmative opinion of the Telecommunications Authority. There are on-going studies towards replacing the applicable law with a new "Electronic Communications Law" that covers a wider description of "Universal Service/Access" and Universal Service Obligation which is not available in the existing law as well as cost calculation method of universal service and establishment of a funding mechanism to reimburse the costs incurred. As an outcome of these studies, the role and tasks of the Authority concerning universal service/access will be redefined and the grounds for the secondary legislation to be issued by the Authority on universal service/access will be built.
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Score: 724877.64 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...ountryContributions/Turkey.pdf
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(co-authored with M. Olarreaga and J. Tschopp) > Paper 2 October 2008 Simon Evenett (University of St. (...) (co-authored with J-M. Grether and J. De Melo). This paper is available from Springlink > Paper 29 April 2008 Mathias Thoenig (University of Geneva) Product-based Cultural Change: Is the Village Global? (...) Porto) > Paper 10 June 2008 Kishore Gawande (Texas A&M) What Governments Maximize and Why: The View From Trade (co-authored with P. Krishna and M. Olarreaga) > Paper 24 June 2008 Donald Mac Laren (University of Melbourne) Partial Equilibrium Measures of Trade Restrictiveness (co-authored with P.
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Score: 720286.6 - https://www.wto.org/french/res...dw_f/wkshop08_f/autumn08_f.htm
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(co-authored with M. Olarreaga and J. Tschopp) > Paper 2 October 2008 Simon Evenett (University of St. (...) (co-authored with J-M. Grether and J. De Melo). This paper is available from Springlink > Paper 29 April 2008 Mathias Thoenig (University of Geneva) Product-based Cultural Change: Is the Village Global? (...) Porto) > Paper 10 June 2008 Kishore Gawande (Texas A&M) What Governments Maximize and Why: The View From Trade (co-authored with P. Krishna and M. Olarreaga) > Paper 24 June 2008 Donald Mac Laren (University of Melbourne) Partial Equilibrium Measures of Trade Restrictiveness (co-authored with P.
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Score: 718640.8 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/re...dw_s/wkshop08_s/autumn08_s.htm
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The Panel comprises: Professor Avinash Dixit (Princeton University) Professor Robert Staiger (University of Wisconsin) Professor Alberto Trejos (INCAE Business School). (...) In the case of co-authored papers, this requirement shall apply to all authors. (...) Past winners The 2011 WTO Prize was awarded to Rafael Dix-Carneiro (University of Maryland) and Kyle Handley (Stanford University). 
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Score: 717281.45 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne..._e/news12_e/rese_16feb12_e.htm
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Fugazza) > Paper 12 May 2009 Kyle Bagwell (Stanford University) Profit Shifting and Trade Agreements in Imperfectly Competitive Markets (co-authored with Robert W. (...) Staiger) > Paper 12 June 2009 Kamal Saggi (Southern Methodist University, Dallas) Bilateralism, Multilateralism, and the Quest for Global Free Trade (co-authored with H. (...) Yildiz) > Paper 16 June 2009 Robert Staiger (Stanford University) Delocation and Trade Agreements in Imperfectly Competitive Markets (co-authored with K.
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Score: 716062.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...dw_e/wkshop09_e/spring09_e.htm
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Fugazza) > Paper 12 May 2009 Kyle Bagwell (Stanford University) Profit Shifting and Trade Agreements in Imperfectly Competitive Markets (co-authored with Robert W. (...) Staiger) > Paper 12 June 2009 Kamal Saggi (Southern Methodist University, Dallas) Bilateralism, Multilateralism, and the Quest for Global Free Trade (co-authored with H. (...) Yildiz) > Paper 16 June 2009 Robert Staiger (Stanford University) Delocation and Trade Agreements in Imperfectly Competitive Markets (co-authored with K.
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Score: 711239.75 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/re...dw_s/wkshop09_s/spring09_s.htm
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Fugazza) > Paper 12 May 2009 Kyle Bagwell (Stanford University) Profit Shifting and Trade Agreements in Imperfectly Competitive Markets (co-authored with Robert W. (...) Staiger) > Paper 12 June 2009 Kamal Saggi (Southern Methodist University, Dallas) Bilateralism, Multilateralism, and the Quest for Global Free Trade (co-authored with H. (...) Yildiz) > Paper 16 June 2009 Robert Staiger (Stanford University) Delocation and Trade Agreements in Imperfectly Competitive Markets (co-authored with K.
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Score: 711239.75 - https://www.wto.org/french/res...dw_f/wkshop09_f/spring09_f.htm
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In a different way are being solved the issues of establishment of regulatory authorities, improvement of legal basis, licensing, setting up the tariffs, defined mechanism of separate accounting, universal service, choice of operators providing universal services etc. (...) Such authorities also exist in the RCC observers’ countries – Latvia and Estonia. (...) At the forthcoming 39th Meeting of RCC CAs Board in May 2008 in Tajikistan it is planned to continue consideration and exchange of experience on universal services provision. 3 In order to arrange regular cooperation and interaction of independent regulatory authorities in the field of communications of CIS countries as well as coordination of the position of CIS countries on the actual issues of regulation at the international events by the decision of RCC highest body in 2007 was established Commission on coordination of regulatory authorities activities.
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Score: 710536.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...utions/Consultation_Russia.pdf
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In a different way are being solved the issues of establishment of regulatory authorities, improvement of legal basis, licensing, setting up the tariffs, defined mechanism of separate accounting, universal service, choice of operators providing universal services etc. (...) Such authorities also exist in the RCC observers’ countries – Latvia and Estonia. (...) At the forthcoming 39th Meeting of RCC CAs Board in May 2008 in Tajikistan it is planned to continue consideration and exchange of experience on universal services provision. 3 In order to arrange regular cooperation and interaction of independent regulatory authorities in the field of communications of CIS countries as well as coordination of the position of CIS countries on the actual issues of regulation at the international events by the decision of RCC highest body in 2007 was established Commission on coordination of regulatory authorities activities.
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Score: 710536.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...utions/Consultation_Russia.pdf
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Towarowa 55, 61-896 Poznań, Poland 29 November 2021 Tentative timetable DAY 1 – Wednesday 1 December Local time Item 08:45 Registration of those arriving in Poznań & Connection for remote participants 09:30 Opening of the meeting by hosts: - Maciej Żukowski, Rector of Poznań University of Economics and Business - Dominik Rozkrut, President of Statistics Poland Introduction to HLG-MOS and Statistical Data Confidentiality (Taeke Gjaltema) - Taeke Gjaltema (UNECE) 10:00 Introducing the procedure for questions and answers 10:05 Topic: Access to microdata Session Organizers: Aleksandra Bujnowska (Eurostat) and Eric Schulte Nordholt (Statistics Netherlands) 10:15 Access to different kinds of Statistics Netherlands’ microdata Eric Schulte Nordholt (Statistics Netherlands) 10:30 Creating ready-made research datasets from national administrative registers Päivi Kankaanranta (Statistics Finland) 10:45 Fingerprinting relational data Tanja Šarčević (SBA Research) 11:00 Questions to the authors 11:15 Break (20 minutes) 11:35 Shedding light on the legal approach to aggregate data under the GDPR & the FFDR Emanuela Podda (Università di Bologna) 11:50 Transnational access to confidential microdata: Progress and impact for research Maria Alkhoury (Centre d'accès sécurisé aux données / Secure Data Hub) 12:05 Microdata access where we are and where we need to go Elizabeth Green (University of the West of England) 12:20 Questions to the authors 12:35 Lunch break 13:50 Topic: Access to microdata (contd) 13:55 Microdata access services coping with COVID-19 lockdown Natalia Volkow (National Institute of Statistics and Geography) 14:10 Questions to the author and general discussion JOINT UNECE/EUROSTAT EXPERT MEETING ON STATISTICAL DATA CONFIDENTIALITY 2 DAY 1 – Continued 14:30 Topic: Risk assessment: Privacy, confidentiality, and disclosure Session Organizers: Josep Domingo-Ferrer (Universitat Rovira i Virgili), Krish Muralidhar (University of Oklahoma) 14:40 Statistical disclosure control for machine learning models Felix Ritchie (University of the West of England) 14:55 The trade-off between the risk of disclosure and data utility in SDC – a case of data from a survey of accidents at work Andrzej Młodak (Statistical Office in Poznań) 15:10 Using machine learning to assist output checking Josep Domingo-Ferrer (Universitat Rovira i Virgili) 15:25 Questions to the authors 15:40 Break (20 minutes) 16:00 Disclosure metrics born from statistical evaluations of data utility Devyani Biswal (University of Ottawa) 16:15 Risk assessment procedures for the 2020 U.S. census David Van Riper (University of Minnesota) 16:30 Questions to the authors 16:45 Proposal for a risk assessment scale for privacy risks in the disclosure of statistical information Jesús González López (National Institute of Statistics and Geography) 17:00 Database reconstruction is very difficult in practice Krishnamurty Muralidhar (University of Oklahoma) 17:15 Questions to the authors and general discussion 17:40 Topic: Other Emerging issues Session Organizers: Peter-Paul de Wolf (Statistics Netherlands) and Janika Tarkoma (Statistics Finland) 17:45 Some of entity resolution and the impacts on personal privacy Rebecca Steorts (Duke University) 18:00 Questions to the author 18:05 End of Day 1 DAY 2 – Thursday 2 December 08:45 Connection for remote participants 09:00 Reflections from day 1 09:15 Topic: Software tools for statistical data confidentiality Session Organizers: Peter-Paul de Wolf (Statistics Netherlands) and Andrzej Młodak (Poznań Statistical Office) 09:25 Suppression of directly-disclosive cells in frequency tables Daniel Lupp (Statistics Norway) 09:40 Introducing a graphical user interface for creating the metadata governing the secondary cell suppression process Michel Reiffert (Destatis) 09:55 Assessing, visualizing and improving the utility of synthetic data Gillian Raab (Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research) JOINT UNECE/EUROSTAT EXPERT MEETING ON STATISTICAL DATA CONFIDENTIALITY 3 DAY 2 – Continued 10:10 Questions to the authors 10:25 Private linear regression: Can we scale up with Big Data? Giuseppe Bruno (Bank of Italy) 10:40 Automatic checking of research outputs Marco Stocchi (Eurostat) 10:55 Questions to the authors and general discussion 11:15 Break (20 minutes) 11:35 Topic: Microdata protection Session Organizers: Josep Domingo-Ferrer (Universitat Rovira i Virgili), Krish Muralidhar (University of Oklahoma) 11:45 Accounting for longitudinal data structures when disseminating synthetic data to the public Joerg Drechsler (Institute for Employment Research) 12:00 AI-based privacy preserving census(like) data publication Johannes Gussenbauer (Statistics Austria) 12:15 Generating tabular data using generative adversarial networks with differential privacy Giacomo Astolfi (European Central Bank) 12:30 Questions to the authors 12:45 Lunch break 14:00 Topic: Microdata protection (contd) 14:05 Generative adversarial networks for synthetic data generation: A comparative study Claire Little (University of Manchester) 14:20 Data access modernization in National Statistical Offices through synthetic data, the HLG- MOS guide Kenza Sallier (Statistics Canada) 14:35 Extreme value protection adjustment for different subpopulations in complex data sets Anna Oganian (National Center for Health Statistics) 14:50 Questions to the authors and general discussion 15:25 Break (20 minutes) 15:35 Topic: Tabular data Session Organizers: Steven Thomas (Statistics Canada) and Sarah Giessing (Destatis) 15:45 Differential privacy and noisy confidentiality concepts for European population statistics Fabian Bach (Eurostat) 16:00 Fair risk-utility comparison of tabular perturbation methods by post-processing to expected frequencies Øyvind Langsrud (Statistics Norway) 16:15 Suppression or perturbation? Wim Kloek (Eurostat) 16:30 Questions to the authors 16:45 Considerations to deal with the frozen cell problem in Tau-Argus Modular Sarah Giessing (Destatis) 17:00 Increasing utility of economic statistical information Steven Thomas (Statistics Canada) 17:15 Questions to the authors and general discussion 17:35 End of Day 2 JOINT UNECE/EUROSTAT EXPERT MEETING ON STATISTICAL DATA CONFIDENTIALITY 4 DAY 3 – Friday 3 December 08:45 Connection for remote participants 09:00 Reflections from day 2 09:15 Topic: Other Emerging issues (Contd) Session Organizers: Peter-Paul de Wolf (Statistics Netherlands) and Janika Tarkoma (Statistics Finland) 09:25 A proof-of-concept solution for secure processing of mobile network operator data for official statistics Fabio Ricciato, (Eurostat) 09:40 Modelling data environments within PROV to assist anonymisation decision-making Mark Elliot (University of Manchester) 09:55 Structural uniqueness in network data Marieke de Vries (Statistics Netherlands) 10:10 Questions to the authors and general discussion 10:40 Updates on the HLG project on input privacy preservation Dennis Ramondt (Statistics Netherlands) 10:55 Questions to the presenter 11:00 Results of the discussions on future work 11:30 Conclusion of the meeting 11:45 End of the meeting
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Score: 707996 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...metable%20SDC2021_rev30-11.pdf
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