Telecommunications Deregulation

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Artech House, 1998 - Business & Economics - 394 pages
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Develop the economic and planning knowledge you need to successfully bring new products to market in the potentially unstable environment to telecommunications deregulation. This ground-breaking book presents the full interpretation of the law, evaluates the US Telecommunications Reform Act of 1996 in its entirety, and addresses the economic implications for prospective market restructuring, impending competition, and strategic planning.

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Contents

Analysis of the Telecommunications
25
Market Structure and Competitive Behavior
51
References
65
Copyright

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James K. Shaw holds a Ph.D. in economics and managerial science from the University of Nevada, and an A.M in communications from Stanford University. Dr. Shaw is the Director of the Applied Economics at the University of San Francisco. He serves on the editorial board for the Western Governmental Research Association.

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