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Regulation in the States

Paul Eric Teske - Political Science - 2004 - 275 pages
Teske's book provides original quantitative analyses of state-level regulation across all the states in ten important sectors such as telecommunications, electricity, and ...
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Telephone Companies in Paradise: A Case Study in Telecommunications Deregulation

Milton Mueller - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1993 - 185 pages
In 1986, the state of Nebraska completely discarded traditional utility regulation, deregulating rates and profits of its local telephone companies. The Nebraska experiment has ...
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American Regulatory Federalism and Telecommunications Infrastructure

Paul E. Teske - Technology & Engineering - 2014 - 176 pages
During this era of construction of the information superhighway, this volume presents a prudent analysis of the pros and cons of continuing state regulation of ...
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After the Breakup: U.S. Telecommunications in a More Competitive Era

Robert W. Crandall - Technology & Engineering - 174 pages
In this book, Robert W. Crandall examines the effects of the AT&T breakup and weighs the costs and benefits to the residential and business consumer.
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Talk is Cheap: The Promise of Regulatory Reform in North American ...

Robert W. Crandall - Technology & Engineering - 294 pages
'Talk is Cheap is the call for the reform of telecommunications regulation in North America. The Author demonstrates the difficulties facing public officials who respond to ...
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Telecommunication Policy for the Information Age: From Monopoly to Competition

Gerald W. Brock - Business & Economics - 1998 - 324 pages
Telecommunications expert Gerald Brock demonstrates how decentralized decision making in the telecommunication industry has made the United States a world leader in reforming ...
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Who Pays for Universal Service?: When Telephone Subsidies Become Transparent

Robert W. Crandall, Leonard Waverman - Political Science - 2010 - 199 pages
The authors show that the widely-defended practice known as " universal service" forces its intended beneficialries-- poor and rural households-- to pay far more for telephone ...
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