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Beginning in the 1980s, formal firms in some developed countries began to favour flexible labour relationships. This form of labour market segmentation took place in the interest of flexible specialized production, not in response to rising wage rates or labour costs (Piore and Sabel 1984). (...) Production under this form of labour market segmentation takes place in developing countries where labour costs are low and there is no real threat of rising wages due to legislation or unionization. (...) Deregulation As part of economic restructuring and liberalization, there has been a fair amount of deregulation, particularly of financial and labour markets. Deregulation of labour markets is associated with the rise of informalization or ‘flexible’ labour markets.
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Score: 1070919.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/m...tatements/Chen%27s%20Paper.pdf
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The debate could consider the means to provide effective representation, voice and social dialogue to all segments of the labour market, including how to address the governance of work by new and emerging forms of organization of work and production. (...) Strong, democratic, independent and representative organizations that enjoy mutual trust and respect is the cornerstone of effective social dialogue and labour market regulation. However, in some countries low membership of workers’ organizations has led to concerns over representative legitimacy, while the segmentation of the labour market, where many workers are without representation, presents considerable challenges for the organization of workers and their capacity to participate in social dialogue. (...) Is the current legislative framework sufficient to ensure that all the segments of the labour market can exercise the rights they are entitled to?
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Score: 1070353.7 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_575570.pdf
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The debate could consider the means to provide effective representation, voice and social dialogue to all segments of the labour market, including how to address the governance of work by new and emerging forms of organization of work and production. (...) Strong, democratic, independent and representative organizations that enjoy mutual trust and respect is the cornerstone of effective social dialogue and labour market regulation. However, in some countries low membership of workers’ organizations has led to concerns over representative legitimacy, while the segmentation of the labour market, where many workers are without representation, presents considerable challenges for the organization of workers and their capacity to participate in social dialogue. (...) Is the current legislative framework sufficient to ensure that all the segments of the labour market can exercise the rights they are entitled to?
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Score: 1070353.7 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_575570.pdf
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The seller would continue sales in each segmented market up to the point where costs of producing and selling an additional unit of the product exceed revenues from such sales in that market. (...) However, in practical terms, market segmentation within countries is more difficult than between countries. (...) These include marketing strategies and contractual approaches such as purchase undertakings. 5.1.1 Marketing strategies One way sellers of pharmaceutical products can try to segment markets to prevent diversion from l
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Score: 1068121.1 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/tr...s/trips_s/wto_background_e.pdf
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The seller would continue sales in each segmented market up to the point where costs of producing and selling an additional unit of the product exceed revenues from such sales in that market. (...) However, in practical terms, market segmentation within countries is more difficult than between countries. (...) These include marketing strategies and contractual approaches such as purchase undertakings. 5.1.1 Marketing strategies One way sellers of pharmaceutical products can try to segment markets to prevent diversion from l
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Score: 1068121.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/trips_e/wto_background_e.pdf
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" ANALYSIS OF THE CURRENT STATUS, TRENDS AND PROSPECTS OF THE MOBILE PAYMENT MARKET IN THE CIS AND GEORGIA " Report "ANALYSIS OF THE CURRENT STATUS, TRENDS AND PROSPECTS OF THE MOBILE PAYMENT MARKET IN THE CIS AND GEORGIA" developed by the Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT) within the framework of the Regional Initiatives of the CIS region "Development of recommendations and creation of a pilot segment of telecommunication / ICT system to support secure remote retail payments and the management of bank accounts using wireless communication networks", adopted by the World Telecommunication Development Conference 2010 (Hyderabad, India) This report was prepared by ITU Telecommunication Development Bureau. with the support of CJSC "Intervale" (Russian Federation) The report is dedicated to the state of mobile payments market in CIS countries and Georgia. (...) Analysis of the "creation of a pilot segment of telecommunication / ICT system to support secure remote retail payments and the management of bank accounts using wireless communication networks ", performed in scope of Regional initiatives. 8.
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Score: 1066733.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...ract_Report_Bozhor_English.pdf
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Information and communication technologies have put on the market professional and personal tools, using or not using the Internet, the use of which is appreciated by all, including in particular by the segment of the population that includes vulnerable people, that is, elderly people, people with disabilities (PwD) and adolescents aged from 7 to 16. (...) Social networks +++ 0 ++ Skype + + ++ E-Commerce 0 0 + Banking sector 0 + ++ Cultural Streaming (TV Replay) + 0 + Online Digital Press 0 + + Connected objects (E-health) 0 ++ ++ SMS Messages +++ + +++ Online Research + ++ + Photos, music + +++ ++ Mobile computer connections + 0 + TV computer connections 0 0 + E-Government (or similar) 0 0 0 0 means « no usage », + means few usage and +++ a lot of usage In addition, the survey reveals that this diversity of usage patterns is often masked by commercial surveys that systematically exclude these three segments of the population, because they do not generate sufficient purchase volumes to be integrated into the Marketing studies. (...) If the technical evolution is to take this way, it would be useful to study if simple adapters can be proposed to avoid the creation of different market segments (*). 4 - In conclusion The interest of financial players is mainly focused on innovations related to OTT services (Over the Top) and is particularly stimulated by the wave of mergers and acquisitions of companies in the communications sector, driven by the convergence of services, media and content.
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Score: 1066120 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/j...Feb2018/JCA-AHF-Doc%20318.docx
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S1P2_Fauter_Thierry_DVB Presentation Market ITU WS Copyright © Digital Video Broadcasting Project DVB DVB Study Mission : VR Market Thierry Fautier VP Strategy, Harmonic Slide 2 Market Foreground VR Momentum Use cases Market segmentation Applications Devices Challenges Perspective Slide 3 Foreground We study market for VR Audio/Video/Gfx immersive experience, not AR. (...) Major MVPDs & Content companies investing : CMC/TWC (NextVR), Sky/Disney (Jaunt),… Oculus, Sony Morpheus, HTC all launching VR (Game) services in 2016 will be T0 of VR Gear VR sold 1M unit in 3 months Google Day Dream VR ecosystem announcement Rio’16 bomb : 4K not deployed, VR360 trialed 2016 Year Zero of VR Slide 5 Content Providers are Moving 5 Slide 6 Video Use cases Bonus / promotion for 2 D movies (Internet) Documentary Concerts News TV shows Short form content (new genre) Live sports Sports highlights (Internet) Mesh Video / 3D games Remote access (real estate, tourism) Personal communication Adult DVB Focus Slide 7 Market Segmentation Experience • Thethered : Niche market for games • Untherered : Mass market for Video • Promotional VR : Cardboard • Mobile VR : Gear VR, Day Dream • Portable VR : Analogy to laptoc vs PC ‘16 Ecosystems • Facebook (Oculus) • Samsung Gear VR • HTC Vive • Sony PS VR • Google Day Dream 36 M devices in ‘16 Slide 8 Applications ~1 $B Video revenue in’20 Take off ‘20 Slide 9 Devices Sales projections of Mobile VR M units sold $M revenue Realistic estimate ~ 50M sold in ‘2020 (compared to 1.4 B smartphone sold in ‘15) Realistic estimate ~ $20B in ‘2020 (compared to $400B smartphone sold in ‘15) ~ STB market size in ‘15 5% of smartphone sales in ‘20 Slide 10 Challenges Wide availability of content on multiple devices Wide availability of devices especially untethered ones High resolution experiences, UHD Phase 2 (2160p120) High frame rate in order to avoid motion sickness, 90 fps is a minimum today Business model that can enable the market Theme park as a catalyst for consumer adoption Also need a standard! Slide 11 IBC Update Oculus Rift sales are flat and anemic, meaning the tethered approach is showing its limits Next big bang is the Sony PS VR in November’16 Experts in the domain expect we need 2 more products cycles to get the content, service and technology aligned, meaning 2019-2020 No breakthrough from startups at IBC Harmonic/TNO & Fraunhofer* caught the attention with their UHD/Tiling demos Market still in the flux * Coincidence they present today Slide 12 Demo Legacy UHD system Shot, produced and encoded by Harmonic Presented at IBC by NASA when they received the special Innovation award for NASA TV Available on : YouTube Facebook Samsung VR store Android application developed by Viaccess Orca* * VR CSI Award winner at IBC Slide 13 https://www.youtube.com/watch?
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Score: 1065721.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/g...2_Fauter_Thierry_VR_Market.pdf
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Tracy Cohen, Commissioner, Independent Communications Authority of South Africa ICT Market trends: Ms. Vanessa Gray, Telecommunication/ICT Analyst, BDT, ITU > Presentation Regulatory trends: Ms. Susan Schorr, Acting Head, Regulatory and Market Environment Division, BDT, ITU > Presentation > Report: Trends in Telecom Reform 2007 ICT trade and policy trends: Ms. (...) Po-Chou LIANG, Senior Engineer, NCC, Chinese Taipei > Presentation Audio: Listen to the Panel C — Segment 1    > help > Biographies: Moderator and speakers Panel  C — Segment 1    16h30 Segment 2 — Moderator: Mr.
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Score: 1065140.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/sym_feb08_e/sym_feb08_e.htm
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. • Economic implications The advent of NGNs will make it possible to open the networks and develop a market for services and content, which is a market segment which is still largely undeveloped in Africa. (...) It is based on a segmented market approach that does not take into account convergent offers. (...) Competition The new regulatory framework must end the monopoly arrangements that still dominate in some market segments and encourage competition. However, to ensure healthy competition, the framework should define the elements that make up the relevance of markets and define criteria for market dominance.
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Score: 1062322 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...SR/GSR07/contributions/cam.pdf
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