Eli Noam has been Professor of Economics and Finance at the
Columbia Business School
since 1976. In 1990, after having served for three years as
Commissioner with the New York
State Public Service Commission, he returned to Columbia. He is
the Director of the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information. CITI is
a university-based research center focusing on strategy, management,
and policy issues in telecommunications, computing, and electronic
mass media. In addition to leading CITI's research activities, Noam
initiated the MBA concentration in the Management of Media,
Communications, and Information at the Business School and the
Virtual Institute of Information,
an independent, web-based research facility.
Besides the over 400 articles in economics, legal,
communications, and other journals that Professor Noam has written
on subjects such as communications, information, public choice,
public finance, and general regulation, he has also authored,
edited, and co-edited about 25 books.
Electronic Privacy Infromation Center (EPIC)
European Institute on the Media
France Telecom Scientific Advisory Board
Trustee, Jones International University (online college)
Minority Media Telecommunications Council
Oxford Internet Institute
The Communications Review
Communications and Strategies
Information Law Series.
International Journal on Media Management
Law and Society Review (past).
Transborder Data Report.
Trends in Communications (co-editor)
Internet Television, Eli Noam, Jo Groebel,
Darcy Gerbarg, editors (Erlbaum, 2004)
Competition for the Mobile Internet, Dan
Steinbock and Eli Noam (Artech, 2004)
Forthcoming Books and Books in Progress:
The Dark Side of the Internet, monograph.
Media Management (textbook)
Mobile Media Content and Services for Wireless
Communications, Jo Groebel, Eli Noam and Valerie
Feldman, editors (forthcoming Erlbaum, 2005)
Media Ownership and Concentration in America, Eli Noam
(forthcoming 2005, Oxford University Press)
The New Economy, Eli Noam, Thomas Hazlett, Lawrence
Lessig, Richard Epstein (forthcoming, in Japanese, 2005)
Peer to Peer Video as a Distribution Medium, Eli Noam
and Darcy Gerbarg, editors (forthcoming)
After the Spectrum Frontier, David Salant, editor,
Israel Air Force.
Six-Day War 1967, October War 1973.
Civil Air Patrol , 1st Lt., active, Mission Pilot for
Search and Rescue, New York Wing, Phoenix Squadron