Regulation and the Performance of Communication and Information Networks

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Gerald R. Faulhaber, Gary Madden, Jeffrey Petchey
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2012 - Law - 384 pages
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'Due to their economic characteristics and also to their consequences on many aspects of collective life, information networks have always been at the edge of regulatory innovations and at the center of policy debates. The contributors of this volume
 

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Contents

Reinstitution and expansion of legal innovations
1
Emerging governance for new networks
39
3 Government oversight of next generation wireless networks
55
4 Incentive regulation investments and technological change
85
5 Policy and regulation for next generaltion networks
115
The European experience
140
7 Pricing of complements and network effects
157
8 Spillovers and network neutrality
191
Economic and social impact
227
11 Regulator incentives and third generation national mobile telecommunications market entry
247
An Australian perspective
268
Mobile termination revisited
284
14 Policy implications of asymmetric termination rate regulation in Europe
315
15 The absence of data for measuring the economic impact of IT in the US
328
Index
345
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Exploring policy options with simulation methods
209

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