Emerald Group Publishing has informed us that Milton Mueller's paper, IP addressing: the next frontier of internet governance debate has been selected as a Highly Commended Winner at the Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2007.
internet governance policy options by reviewing and assessing proposals
for reforming the institutional mechanisms used to allocate and assign
long way to go. A review of the debate so far suggests that the
introduction of economic incentives in addressing might improve route
aggregation rather than worsen it. With respect to conservation and
aggregation incentives, policy diversity might help internet service
providers find a more optimal trade-off between the needs of users and
the needs of the suppliers of connectivity.
the future of the internet, as address allocation and assignment
directly affect the way the internet functions and the distribution of
costs and benefits between users and suppliers.