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WDR Dialogue Theme 4
cycleDiscussion Paper WDR0702
LIRNEasia Six CountryMulti-component Study2006-2007:Philippines report
January 2007
Lorraine Carlos-Salazar 
Comments invited, please post them to the online at:http://www.lirneasia.net 
The World Dialogue on Regulation for Network Economies (WDR)
The WDR project was initiated by
Dev, which provides foundation funding. Additionalfoundation support is provided by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC – Canada), and the LIRNE.NET universities: the Center for Information andCommunication Technologies (CICT), Technical University of Denmark; the Economics ofInfrastructures Section (EI), Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; the LINKCentre at the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa; and the Media@LSE Programmeat the London School of Economics, United Kingdom.The WDR Project is managed by the Learning Initiatives on Reforms for NetworkEconomies (LIRNE.NET), an international consortium of research and training centres,administered at the Center for Information and Communication Technologies (CICT),Technical University of Denmark. Members include the Technical University of Denmark;the Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands; the London School of Economics,UK; the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa; LIRNE
, Sri Lanka; and Comunica,Uruguay.
The World Dialogue on Regulation for Network Economies (WDR) facilitates aninternational dialogue to generate and disseminate new knowledge on frontierissues in regulation and governance to support the development of networkeconomies.
WDR Project, LIRNE.NETCenter for Information and Communication TechnologiesTechnical University of Denmark, Building 371DK 2800 Lyngby, DENMARKPhone: +45 4525 5178Fax: +45 4596 3171
Email: info@regulateonline.org
WDR Project Coordinator Merete Aagaard Henriksen: henriksen@lirne.net.WDR <www.regulateonline.org>LIRNE.NET <www.lirne.net>
 © 2007 The World Dialogue on Regulation for Network Economies (WDR)
LIRNEasia is the Asian affiliate of LIRNE.NET. It is a regional ICT [information andcommunication technologies] policy and regulation capacity building organization,incorporated as a non-profit organization under section 21 of the Companies Act,No. 17 of 1982 of Sri Lanka in 2004 and funded at present by the IDRC andinfoDev, a unit of theWorld Bank. Its primary functions are research, training and informed intervention in policy and regulatory processes. Its current projectsinclude research in South as well as South East Asia.LIRNEasia aims to improve the lives the people of Asia – by making it easier tomake use of the information and communication technologies by facilitating thechanging of laws, policies and regulations to enable those uses; by building Asia-based human capacity through research, training, consulting and advocacy.
LIRNEasia12 Balcombe PlaceColombo 08SRI LANKAPhone : +94 11 493 9992Fax : +94 11 267 5212Email : asia@lirne.net<www.lirneasia.net >

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