2 edition of impact of regulatory policy, competition, and divestiture on U.S. telecommunications services found in the catalog.
impact of regulatory policy, competition, and divestiture on U.S. telecommunications services
Rodgers, William H.
by The Group in Cambridge, Mass. (1430 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge 02138)
Written in English
|Statement||conducted by the MAC Group.|
|Contributions||Talbott, J. Robert., Wallace, William F., MAC Group.|
|LC Classifications||HE8815 .R63 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 228 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||86183839|
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Telecommunications | This study has sought to determine the impact of policy changes that led to the. Regulatory Impact Assessment in the Telecommunication regulation 1.
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Issue in RIA 6. Concluding Remark Takuya Nakaizumi, Professor of. In this article, one makes two points about the impact of bundles on competition and regulatory policy. First, one argues that the growing importance of bundles requires an adjustment in the.
Impact of regulatory policy in the US telecommunication sector and its impact on risk Daniel Grote* Abstract From the s onwards price-cap regulation replaced traditional rate-of-return regulation as regulatory instrument in almost all network sectors.
According to the “new regulatory economics” rate-of-return regulation sets low incentives for costFile Size: KB. Asymmetric Regulation Ex ante vs. Competition Policy Ex post The present market structure of the telecommunications industry urges some type of control, either by means of sector specific regulation or by competition policy.
Asymmetric ex ante regulation5 aims at. telecommunications while Chapter 5 then describes some the processes involved in competition policy reviews of mergers and acquisitions. Although most of the examples in this paper have been taken from developed countries, the relevance of competition policy in telecommunications is perhaps even more important to developing ones.
We examine the impact of state incentive regulation on network modernization, aggregate investment, revenue, cost, profit, and local service rates in the U.S. telecommunications industry between. Lehr & Kiessling Telecom Regulation in the US & The European Union Page 4 of 25 • Coordination and spillover externalities: yes, especially now with Internet.
• Local information and participation: no, more important in the EU than in the US. • Regulatory costs:yes, even more so with deregulation and in light of rent -seeking costs (regulatory capture) which is especially relevant in the EU.
liberalising network industries, advocating and enforcing competition policy and law and opening external and internal markets to trade and investment.
This report on Regulatory Reform in the Telecommunications Industry analyses the institutional set-up and use of policy instruments in Canada. It also includes the country-specific. of traditionally separate regulatory frameworks applicable to telecommunications infrastructures and services, and to broadcasting infrastructures and services.
The United States has led the world in the reform of telecommunications regulation. The divestiture was, at the. In this article, one makes two points about the impact of bundles on competition and regulatory policy. First, one argues that the growing importance of bundles requires an adjustment in the current framework of relevant product markets for individual services, and that the traditional tools of competition policy, namely the SSNIP test, can be adjusted to deal with these new circumstances.
The impact of regulation and public policy on telecom sector performance ITU Regional Human Capacity Development Forum for the Americas Brasilia Novem Dr. Raúl L. Katz Adjunct Professor, Division of Finance and Economics Director, Business Strategy Research Columbia Institute of.
through Executive Orderdirect agencies to perform regulatory impact analysis (RIA) on many proposed regulations. 1 Executive agencies must produce an RIA for any regulation the Office of Management and Budget designates as “significant.” 2 Analytical requirements are especially rigorous for.
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Mitigating Regulatory Risk in Telecommunications Peter L. Smith and Björn Wellenius Note No. July The World Bank Group Finance, Private Sector, and Infrastructure Network In the transition from state-owned monopolies to privately led and increasingly competitive market. This book analyzes the politics of state regulatory decision-making in telecommunications after the AT&T divestiture in The author takes a political-economy approach that explains how interest groups and institutional factors have shaped different state : Paul Teske.
Downloadable. In this paper, we assess the impact of competition, investment and regulation on prices of mobile services in France. We estimate hedonic price regressions using data on tariff plans offered by the main mobile telecommunications operator in France between May and December In this time period, the obtained quality-adjusted price index decreased by about % as.
Impact of the Telecommunications Act of on Telephony Services In stark contrast to historical regulation of basic telephone carriers, the Telecommunications Act of sets policy basis for the deregulation of local and long distance markets by requiring interconnection of local and long distance providers.
Regulatory policy and implications. Network provider revenue depends on sound regulation. We analyse government policy towards competition, spectrum and network neutrality, as well as assessing the implications for consumers and the private sector.
Telecom regulators and competition authorities are challenged by these technological trends. They use toolboxes based on outdated models and assumptions. It would be a fair assumption that with the emergence of Skype and WhatsApp, which have singlehandedly erased percent of the value of the telecom industry, that officials would “get it.The Telecommunications Act of and its Impact *.
by Nicholas Economides **. September Abstract. This paper analyzes the effects on the implementation of the Telecommunications Act of ("Act") on US telecommunications markets and is based on my forthcoming book with the same title.This book analyzes the politics of state regulatory decision-making in telecommunications after the AT&T divestiture in The author takes a political-economy approach that explains how interest groups and institutional factors have shaped different state policies.