Announcements

The Journal in partnership with the International Conference on Digital Economy is planning a special issue on Digital Technologies and Innovation.  The issue is planned for June 2022.  Submissions are due by 31 January 2022.  All submissions will be subject to the usual JTDE processes, including double-blind peer review, before a decision is made on publication.

You are invited to submit relevant papers for this special issue.


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The June 2021 issue, vol. 9, no. 2, is now fully published. All papers are available here and on the TelSoc main website.

The Journal is ranked Q2 by SCImago (using Scopus data).  Contributions on telecommunications and the digital economy are welcome.

We welcome feedback on this issue.


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The first papers for the December 2020 issue have now been published. The issue features a major paper, “Should TV Move?”, on Public Policy by Giles Tanner and Jock Given.

The Journal was recently ranked Q2 by SCImago (using Scopus data), so now is a good time to publish papers in the JTDE.


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The June 2020 issue has now been finalised and published. There are a range of papers in several interest areas. The Journal was recently ranked Q2 by Scopus, so now is a good time to publish papers in the JTDE.


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The third issue for 2018 has now been published and contains papers on fixed broadband adoption and economic growth in ASEAN, a frameworkfor demystifying M2M spectrum regulation, bitmaps and bitmasks, efficiently compressing deterministic automata and the communications for the America's Cup Challenge defence held in Fremantle, Australia.


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The fourth issue for 2015 has now been published and contains research and industry articles and public policy papers that highlight Universal Service, legacy telecommunication equipment and systems, ICT in Tasmania and how Ultra-Fast Broadband is being rolled out in New Zealand.


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The third issue for 2015 has now been published and contains research and industry articles and public policy papers that highlight affordability, access and usability and an opportunity for the government now led by Mr Malcolm Turnbull to focus on an alternate approach to telecommunications.


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The second issue for 2015 has now been published and contains papers on affordability and international competitiveness that highlight the need for the telecommunications industry to adapt to the global digital economy whilst stiving to ensure telecommunications is affordable.


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