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Authority : as defined in Article 1 of the ECOWAS Treaty. (...) Article 18: Cooperation between national regulatory authorities 1 The Member States shall promulgate procedures for cooperation and consultation between the national regulatory authority or authorities responsible for regulating the ICT sector, the national authorities responsible for applying competition law, and those responsible for applying the law relating to the protection of consumer rights, on subjects of common interest. - 14 - 2 The Member States shall ensure that the missions of those authorities do not overlap, and undertake to promote the exchange of information between said authorities, by ensuring that such correspondence remains confidential. (...) The points to be covered are listed below. 5) Establishment of the national regulatory authority 6) Functions of the national regulatory authority 7) Powers of the national regulatory authority 8) Composition of the national regulatory authority 9) Dismissal of a member 10) Vacation of office of the national regulatory authority - 17 - 11) Meetings of the national regulatory authority Recommendation: Procedural matters may be dealt with in a separate annex or decree, as the case may be. 12) Remuneration of members 13) Independence of the national regulatory authority PART IV – MANAGEMENT AND STAFF OF THE NATIONAL REGULATORY AUTHORITY Recommendation: Procedural matters may be dealt with in a separate annex or decree, as the case may be. 14) Appointment of the management 15) Powers and functions of the executive director/director-general 16) Provisions relating to other staff 17) Protection of staff PART V – FINANCIAL AND ASSOCIATED PROVISIONS Recommendation: These are essential to the independence of the regulatory body and must be drawn up with care. 18) Funds of the national regulatory authority 19) Annual accounts 20) Audit and control 21) Financial year PART VI – LICENSES AND FREQUENCY AUTHORIZATIONS Recommendation: Procedural matters may be dealt with in a separate annex or decree, as the case may be (e.g. in French-speaking countries). 22) Licensing regime 23) Special licenses 24) General authorization regime 25) Declaration regime 26) Free entry 27) Requirements for obtaining a frequency authorization 28) Obligations associated with frequency authorizations 29) Conditions associated with a frequency authorization 30) Obligations incumbent on all telecommunication network operators and telecommunication service providers - 18 - 31) Authorization to operate in territorial waters or airspace 32) Procedures for the amendment, suspension and termination of licenses and authorizations 33) Procedures for the amendment, suspension and termination of frequency authorizations 34) Procedures for the renewal of licenses and authorizations 35) Procedures for the renewal of frequency authorizations PART VII – INTERCONNECTION AND ACCESS TO FACILITIES Recommendation: Procedural matters may be dealt with in a separate annex or decree, as the case may be.
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Score: 685901.07 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...20En%20final_Abuja_May2006.pdf
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Berthelot, Executive Secretary, ECE) Author: - Ivan Berend, (Hungarian Academy of Sciences and UCLA, Los Angeles) Discussants: - Erik Berglöf, (Director of the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics and East European Economies (SITE), Stockholm School of Economics) - Jan Svejnar, (Executive Director, William Davidson Institute and Professor, University of Michigan Business School) - Paul Welfens, (Jean Monnet Chair in European Economic Integration, University of Potsdam)   11.30 hrs. (...) Berthelot, Executive Secretary, ECE) Author: - Michael Ellman, (Professor, University of Amsterdam) Discussants: - Alexandru Athanasiu, (Professor, University of Bucharest; Minister of Labour, 1997-1999; Prime Minister ad interim, December 1999) - Martina Lubyova, (Institute for Forecasting, Bratislava) - Alena Nesporova, (Senior Specialist, Employment Strategy Department, International Labor office, Geneva )   13.00 hrs. (...) Hübner, Deputy Executive Secretary, ECE) Author: - Michael Landesmann, (Research Director, WIIW, Vienna) Discussants: - Leonid Grigoriev, (Director General, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Moscow) - Paul Hare, (Professor, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh) - Andras Nagy, (Professor, Institute of Economics, Budapest)   Print this page © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms of Use | Privacy Notice |
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Score: 685127.83 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/ead/2000provsem.htm
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Honda has a Bachelor’s Degree in Law, University of Tohoku, Japan, a Master’s Degree in Public Administration, University of Southern California, USA and a Master’s Degree in Tax Law, Georgetown University Law Center, USA. (...) He previously was Legal Officer, Ghana Revenue Authority. Mr. Mensah has a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and Political Science, University of Ghana, a Qualifying Certificate in Law, Ghana School of Law and a Certificate in Business Tax and Modernising Tax Administration, University of Pretoria, South Africa. (...) Minh has a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics, Vietnam University of Finance and Accounting, Bachelor’s level in Laws, Hanoi University of Law and a Master’s Degree in Economics, University of Michigan, USA.
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Score: 684799.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/tax-committee/tc-members.html
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This publication is available from Cambridge University Press . 29 September 2009 Alberto Portugal (World Bank) Revisiting Trade Facilitation and Export Performance (co-authored with John Wilson) > Paper 6 October 2009 Nadia Rocha (WTO) What Constrains Africa's Exports? (co-authored withCaroline Freund) > Paper 20 October 2009 Giovanni Valensisi (UNCTAD) Industrialization, Poverty Traps, and the Dutch Disease: a Dual Model > Paper 27 October 2009 Scott Taylor (University of Calgary) Environmental Crises: Past, Present and Future > Paper 10 November 2009 Juan Marchetti (WTO) Do Economic Integration Agreements lead to Deeper Integration of Service Markets? (...) Narula) > Paper 8 December 2009 Peter Egger (University of Zurich) The Trade Effects of Endogenous Preferential Trade Agreements (co-authored with M.
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Score: 684163.1 - https://www.wto.org/french/res...dw_f/wkshop09_f/autumn09_f.htm
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He holds a PhD in Geology & Geophysics from Yale University, an MS in Soil Sciences from Cornell University, and an AB in Biology from Harvard College. (...) She previously held positions at the Uniformed Services University, The Johns Hopkins University, the National Defense University, and the University of Valencia, Spain. (...) Dr Botai holds a PhD in Meteorology awarded by University of Pretoria,  an MSc Astrophysics awarded by Rhodes University, MSc Eng awarded by Chalmers University (Sweden) and BSc (Ed) awarded by Moi University (Kenya).
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Score: 684061.8 - https://public.wmo.int/en/even...symposium/scientific-committee
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LAC can become the first region of the developing world to achieve universal access with a strong, collaborative effort. (...) The event will start with participation from two high authorities of the IDB and Rockefeller Foundation as keynote speakers. They will present the general landscape of the regional situation as well as what would be required in order to close the gap and achieve universal access to electricity in LAC by 2030. After that, a panel discussion will take place with at least 3 high authorities of the energy sector in the region: (i) Minister of Energy of Bolivia; (ii) Minister of Energy of Panama; (iii) Regulator of the Energy Sector in Haiti.
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Score: 684056 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...and_the_caribbean_by_2030.docx
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Session II: Institutional change and economic performance in the transition economies Author: - Professor Paul Hare, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh This session will review and evaluate the actual developments in institution building and reform since the early 1990s in the transition economies, discuss why some countries appear to have moved further ahead than others, and assess the extent to which the different institutional frameworks have contributed to economic growth and structural change in Eastern Europe and the CIS countries. (...) Discussants: - Danica Popovic, Belgrade University - László Csaba, Central European University, Budapest 13.00 hrs. (...) Discussants: - Krassen Stanchev, Institute for Market Economics, Sofia - Ivo Bicanic, University of Zagreb 16.30 hrs. Session IV: Governance and Corruption in Transition: The Challenge of Subverting Corruption Authors: - Professor Antoni Kaminski, Polish Academy of Sciences and - Professor Bartlomiej Kaminski, University of Maryland This session will review and evaluate the different strategies for controlling corruption and improving governance; explore the linkage between economic policy and grand corruption; and examine ways of providing transparency and accountability of government expenditures.
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Score: 683744.53 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/ead/2002provsem.htm
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Session II: Institutional change and economic performance in the transition economies Author: - Professor Paul Hare, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh This session will review and evaluate the actual developments in institution building and reform since the early 1990s in the transition economies, discuss why some countries appear to have moved further ahead than others, and assess the extent to which the different institutional frameworks have contributed to economic growth and structural change in Eastern Europe and the CIS countries. (...) Discussants: - Danica Popovic, Belgrade University - László Csaba, Central European University, Budapest 13.00 hrs. (...) Discussants: - Krassen Stanchev, Institute for Market Economics, Sofia - Ivo Bicanic, University of Zagreb 16.30 hrs. Session IV: Governance and Corruption in Transition: The Challenge of Subverting Corruption Authors: - Professor Antoni Kaminski, Polish Academy of Sciences and - Professor Bartlomiej Kaminski, University of Maryland This session will review and evaluate the different strategies for controlling corruption and improving governance; explore the linkage between economic policy and grand corruption; and examine ways of providing transparency and accountability of government expenditures.
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Score: 683744.53 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/ead/2004provsem.htm
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Session II: Institutional change and economic performance in the transition economies Author: - Professor Paul Hare, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh This session will review and evaluate the actual developments in institution building and reform since the early 1990s in the transition economies, discuss why some countries appear to have moved further ahead than others, and assess the extent to which the different institutional frameworks have contributed to economic growth and structural change in Eastern Europe and the CIS countries. (...) Discussants: - Danica Popovic, Belgrade University - László Csaba, Central European University, Budapest 13.00 hrs. (...) Discussants: - Krassen Stanchev, Institute for Market Economics, Sofia - Ivo Bicanic, University of Zagreb   16.30 hrs. Session IV: Governance and Corruption in Transition: The Challenge of Subverting Corruption Authors: - Professor Antoni Kaminski, Polish Academy of Sciences and - Professor Bartlomiej Kaminski, University of Maryland This session will review and evaluate the different strategies for controlling corruption and improving governance; explore the linkage between economic policy and grand corruption; and examine ways of providing transparency and accountability of government expenditures.
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Score: 683744.53 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/ead/2001provsem.htm
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Mauritius.PDF 1 Submission from Mauritius Information and Communication Technologies Authority (ICTA) STATEMENT FROM NATIONAL REGULATORY AUTHORITIES TO WSIS PROMOTING UNIVERSAL ACCESS TO INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (ICT) 1. (...) The key principles for universal access The ICT Authority of Mauritius believes that the key principles for promoting universal access to ICTs from a regulatory perspective are based on: 1. accessibility – uniform non-discriminatory tariff throughout the country so as to ensure that most of the users of those services are able to get access to them. (...) The regulator should however also ensure that this approach is not misused. 3. Conclusion The ICT Authority of Mauritius strongly believes that the above-mentioned principles are the key elements in promoting universal access to ICT.
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Score: 682760.35 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...tryContributions/Mauritius.pdf
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