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by Gerald W. Brock

Author: Gerald W. Brock
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Harvard University Press; Reprint edition (September 1, 1998)
Pages: 336 pages
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A factually rich analysis of telecommunication policymaking, Brock's book is the first insider's look at how . Will the rush of the information super-highway leave .

A factually rich analysis of telecommunication policymaking, Brock's book is the first insider's look at how policymakers struggled to mesh together economic efficiency, politics, markets, and technology to reach their goals-which often conflicted. telecommunication policy in the dust - or will our policy keep pace with and effectively regulate the future of telecommunication?

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Telecommunication Policy for the Information Age : From Monopoly to Competition. Gerald Brock develops a new theory of decentralized public decisionmaking and uses it to clarify the dramatic changes that have transformed the telecommunication industry from a heavily regulated monopoly to a set of market-oriented firms.

Gerald Brock develops a new theory of decentralized public decisionmaking and uses it to clarify the dramatic changes that have transformed the telecommunication industry from a heavily regulated monopoly to a set o. .

Gerald Brock develops a new theory of decentralized public decisionmaking and uses it to clarify the dramatic changes that have transformed the telecommunication industry from a heavily regulated monopoly to a set of market-oriented firms.

автор Gerald W. Brock Further, the book is not merely history but economic history, in the sense that the economic incentives giving rise to the behavior described are carefully explored, as are the economic consequences of each policy development

автор Gerald W. Brock Further, the book is not merely history but economic history, in the sense that the economic incentives giving rise to the behavior described are carefully explored, as are the economic consequences of each policy development. Bruce M. Owen Издание на английском языке.

Telecommunications expert Gerald Brock demonstrates how decentralized decision making in the telecommunication industry has made the United States a world leader in reforming telecommunication policy.

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Telecommunication Policy for the Information Age: From Monopoly to Competition, 1998, ISBN: 0-6748-7277-0Google Scholar. Dale . Lehman . Weisman L, The Telecommunications Act of 1996: The ‘Costs’ of Managed Competition, Topics in Regulatory Economics and Policy, 2000, ISBN: 0-7923-7957-8, 36Google Scholar. Cite this chapter as: Hardy . Malléus . Méreur JN. (2002) The evolution of telecommunications regulation. In: Hardy . (eds) Networks. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Telecommunication Policy for the Information Age: From Monopoly to Competition. The book opens with background information for the reader who is unfamiliar with current issues in the telecommunication industry. Competition in Telecommunications.

Gerald Brock develops a new theory of decentralized public decisionmaking and uses it to clarify the dramatic changes that have transformed the telecommunication industry from a heavily regulated monopoly to a set of market-oriented firms. He demonstrates how the decentralized decisionmaking process--whose apparent element of chaos has so often invited criticism--has actually made the United States a world leader in reforming telecommunication policy.