Universität Zürich

IKMZ - Department of Communication and Media Research

Media Change & Innovation Division

Andreasstrasse 15
CH-8050 Zurich
Phone +41 (0)44 635 20 92
Fax +41 (0)44 634 49 34
Contact

Publications

  • Latzer, Michael (2014): Medienwandel in der Schweiz 2014 [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/M7EVXbueSyY

  • Latzer, Michael (2018): Medienwandel in der Schweiz 2018 [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/n2dIyGr6mxA

  • Latzer, Michael (1999): Trends in the European Media Convergence: Towards a Transformed Statism in the Mediamatics Sector. Proceedings of the 15th World Communications Forum, Media Convergence: Policy Directions for the Future, 18-19 November, Yokohama, Japan

  • Latzer, Michael (1998): European Communications Policies. Gutachten im Auftrag von GLOCOM – Center for Global Communications, Tokio

  • Latzer, Michael / Just, Natascha (1998): Coping with Convergence in the European Union. Konferenzbericht als Diskussionsgrundlage für den Telekommunikations-Ministerrat im November 1998. Wien: IWE- ÖAW

  • Latzer, Michael (1996): Convergence in the Communications Sector: Towards an Adequate Analytical Framework and Policy Model. Conference Proceedings ”Changing Relationships in the Information Society”, Feb. 1996, Paris

  • Latzer, Michael (1989): Austrian Telecom Policy: Current Issues. In: Transnational Data Report, 3, 1989, Washington DC, 12-14

  • Latzer, Michael (1988): Toward a Unified Western European Telecommunications Policy: The Case of Austria. The Information Exchange, Autumn 1988, Center for Telecommunications and Information Studies - Columbia University, New York

  • Bauer, Johannes M. / Latzer, Michael (1987): Impact and Policy-Challenge of Telecommunications Liberalisation for a Small and Open Economy: A Case Study of Austria. World Telecommunications Forum 87, Part 4: Economic Symposium, International Telecommunication Union, Genf

  • Latzer, Michael (1990): Responsiveness of Scientific and Technological Institutions to Environmental Change: The Case of Austria. Report to the OECD commissioned by the Federal Ministry for Sciences and Research, Vienna