Journal article

Telecommunications Services in the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Will the Mobile Roaming Provisions Benefit Tourists and Traders?

D Kotlowitz, T Voon

MELBOURNE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW | Melbourne Law School | Published : 2016

University of Melbourne Researchers

Grants

Awarded by Australian Research Council


Funding Acknowledgements

The bulk of this article was written in May 2016. We gratefully acknowledge the generous financial support provided for this independent research by the Australian Research Council pursuant to the Discovery Project scheme (Project No DP130100838) and by Melbourne Law School pursuant to the Major Collaborative Project Fund. We thank the anonymous referee for expert suggestions and the participants in the Second Biennial Conference of the Global Economic Law Network held at Melbourne Law School on 19-20 May 2016 for their comments and questions. The opinions expressed here are our personal views and are not necessarily shared by any employer or other entity. Any errors or omissions are ours.