EVALUATING 3G LICENSING PATTERNS FOR AN INDIGENOUS STANDARD IN CHINA
With the largest wireless market in the world, China's selection of the appropriate 3G licensing patterns will have some crucial impacts on the landscape of telecommunication industry in China and other parts of the world. Under its obligations to the World Trade Organization, the Chinese government wishes to demonstrate a relatively structured and transparent 3G licensing process. Therefore, evaluation criteria in designing licensing patterns for the home-grown 3G standard should satisfy multiple goals to meet the requirements of the different stakeholders such as government, consumers, the potential operators, and domestic manufacturers. The surveys in methodology of Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) are conducted and the results reveal that the research methodology is applicable to the evaluation and policy-making process under the transitional context.
Licensing patterns, MCDM, decision-making approach, indigenous standard, stakeholders, China
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