Author Archives for Prof. Joseph Fuhr
The article was published in the Tallahassee Democrat and is available online here and pasted below: As we watch federal lawmakers in Washington grapple with how to handle more than $50 billion in across-the-board spending cuts set to happen automatically at the beginning of January, we are reminded that — even in the best of [...]
America’s communications industry is evolving. It is an evolution that goes by many names. Smart networks. Internet Protocol Networks. All-IP. At its core, is a dramatic shift for America’s communications infrastructure. A major leap forward from the copper networks of the past to the digital communication of today and tomorrow. This transition from copper to [...]
With surging wireless demand, the need for colocation makes more sense than ever. Professor Joseph Fuhr’s op-ed article in the Patriot News explains the issue.
ACI’s Professor Fuhr Discusses the Failures of Government-Owned Broadband Networks — Heartland Institute Podcast
You can listen to the Heartlant Podcast by clicking on this link.
You can read Dr. Fuhr’s entire study — “The Hidden Problems with Government-Owned Networks by Clicking Here.
This ConsumerGram examines how the shift from purchasing to the Internet is not only influencing retailers, but also positively affecting the environment by reducing energy and decreasing air pollutants, hazardous waste and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Cyber Monday can now be looked upon as Green Monday in more ways than one. Click here to read [...]
At the 2nd World Congress on Bioavaialability & Bioequivalence 2011- Pharmaceuticals R&D Summit, “Economics of Biosimilars” June 7, 2011.
Professor Joseph Fuhr Jr., ACI Senior Fellow and professor of Economics at Widener University, will be speaking on the challenges, lessons and opportunities in the marketing of biosimilars in the U.S. at the BioNJ Breakfast Salon in Bridgewater, NJ on June 2, 2011.
A tally of telecommuting: Tons of pollutants avoided By Sandy Bauers Just stay home. That might be a good mantra for those who want to see a major drop in greenhouse gas emissions. In a new study about working from home, a Widener University professor and a colleague have determined that greenhouse gas emissions could [...]
ACI Experts Cited in Philadelphia Tribune Article on the How IT Benefits the Economy and the Environment Through Telecommuting
The Philadelphia Tribune article, published April 6, 2011, “Green Benefits of Telecommuting” is available at this web link.