Universität Zürich

IKMZ - Department of Communication and Media Research

Media Change & Innovation Division

Andreasstrasse 15
CH-8050 Zurich
Phone +41 (0)44 635 20 92
Fax +41 (0)44 634 49 34


  • Just, Natascha (2009): Measuring media concentration and diversity: New approaches and instruments in Europe and the USA. Revised version of paper published in Media, Culture & Society, TTLF Working Paper No. 2, Stanford University [more] [pdf]

  • Just, Natascha / Latzer, Michael / Saurwein, Florian (2006): Communications Governance: Entscheidungshilfe für die Wahl des Regulierungsarrangements am Beispiel Spam. ITA-manu:script No ITA-06-02 [more] [pdf]

  • Latzer, Michael (2006): Medien- und Telekommunikationspolitik: Unordnung durch Konvergenz – Ordnung durch Mediamatikpolitik. ITA-manu:script No. ITA-06-01 [more] [pdf]

  • Latzer, Michael / Schmitz, Stefan W. (2001): Grundzüge der Digitalen Ökonomie des Mediamatik-Sektors. ICE-Working Paper No. 16, Wien [more] [pdf]

  • Just, Natascha / Latzer, Michael (2001): Medienökonomie. ICE – Working Paper Series No. 25

  • Just, Natascha / Latzer, Michael (1999): The European Policy Response to Convergence with Special Consideration of Competition Policy and Market Power Control. IWE – Working Paper Series No. 1. [more]

  • Latzer, Michael / Schmitz, Stefan W. (2001): B2C eCommerce: A Frictionless Market is Not in Sight - Arguments and Policy Implications. In: Proceedings of the Conference "Innovations for an e-Society. Challenges for Technology Assessment", ICE-Working Paper No. 20, Vienna: ICE-Austrian Academy of Sciences, Berlin [pdf]

  • Latzer, Michael / Hollnbuchner, Katharina / Just, Natascha / Saurwein, Florian (2014): The economics of algorithmic selection on the Internet. University of Zurich, Zurich. [pdf]

  • Büchi, Moritz / Festic, Noemi / Just, Natascha / Latzer, Michael (2018): Inequality in Online Privacy: Direct and Indirect Sociodemographic Effects on Self-Protection. Working Paper. University of Zurich. [more] [pdf]

  • Just, Natascha (2008): Electronic communications between regulation and competition law. IPMZ - Media Change Working Paper.