Ryan David Hawthorne : Citation Profile


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University of Johannesburg (50% share)
University of Cape Town (50% share)

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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   5 years (2016 - 2021). See details.
   Cites by year: 1
   Journals where Ryan David Hawthorne has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 5.    Total self citations: 3 (33.33 %)

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Relations with other researchers


Works with:

Grzybowski, Lukasz (4)

Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Ryan David Hawthorne.

Is cited by:

Asongu, Simplice (4)

Cites to:

Valletti, Tommaso (15)

Grzybowski, Lukasz (15)

Genakos, Christos (9)

Verboven, Frank (6)

Rey, Patrick (6)

Zulehner, Christine (5)

Tirole, Jean (4)

Pereira, Pedro (4)

Peitz, Martin (3)

Nicolle, Ambre (3)

Greenstein, Shane (3)

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Where Ryan David Hawthorne has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
Telecommunications Policy2

Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
CESifo Working Paper Series / CESifo2

Recent works citing Ryan David Hawthorne (2021 and 2020)


YearTitle of citing document
2021The asymmetric effect of internet access on economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa: Insight from a dynamic panel threshold regression. (2021). Asongu, Simplice ; Abdulqadir, Idris A. In: Research Africa Network Working Papers. RePEc:abh:wpaper:21/014.

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2021The asymmetric effect of internet access on economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa: Insight from a dynamic panel threshold regression. (2021). Asongu, Simplice ; Abdulqadir, Idris A. In: Working Papers of the African Governance and Development Institute.. RePEc:agd:wpaper:21/014.

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2021The asymmetric effect of internet access on economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa: Insight from a dynamic panel threshold regression. (2021). Asongu, Simplice ; Abdulqadir, Idris A. In: Working Papers. RePEc:exs:wpaper:21/014.

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2021The asymmetric effect of internet access on economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa: Insight from a dynamic panel threshold regression. (2021). Asongu, Simplice ; Abdulqadir, Idris. In: MPRA Paper. RePEc:pra:mprapa:109904.

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2020Comparative approaches to key issues in the economic regulation of telecommunications markets in South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. (2020). Paelo, Anthea ; Robb, Genna. In: WIDER Working Paper Series. RePEc:unu:wpaper:wp-2020-84.

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Works by Ryan David Hawthorne:


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2019Benefits of Regulation vs. Competition Where Inequality Is High: The Case of Mobile Telephony in South Africa In: CESifo Working Paper Series.
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2019Narrowing the Digital Divide: The Role of Complementarities Between Fixed and Mobile Data in South Africa In: CESifo Working Paper Series.
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2021Distribution of the benefits of regulation vs. competition: The case of mobile telephony in South Africa In: International Journal of Industrial Organization.
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2021Distribution of the benefits of regulation vs. competition: The case of mobile telephony in South Africa.(2021) In: Post-Print.
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2018The effects of lower mobile termination rates in South Africa In: Telecommunications Policy.
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2019Net neutrality and market power: The case of South Africa In: Telecommunications Policy.
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2018Net neutrality and market power: the case of South Africa.(2018) In: 29th European Regional ITS Conference, Trento 2018.
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2016Do call termination rate interventions affect developing countries (with smaller fixed line networks) differently? Testing for the ‘waterbed effect for non-linear tariffs in South Africa In: 27th European Regional ITS Conference, Cambridge (UK) 2016.
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