Advancement of telecommunications and information infrastructure occurs largely through private investment. The government affects the rate and direction of this progress through regulation and public investment. This book presents a range of positions and perspectives on those two classes of policy mechanism, providing a succinct analysis followed by papers prepared by experts in telecommunications policy and applications.
Table of Contents
|INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW||1-20|
|PART 1--SETTING THE STAGE||21-104|
|PART 2--REGULATION AND THE EMERGING TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE||105-172|
|PART 3--PUBLIC INVESTMENT IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE||173-226|
|APPENDIX: CONTRIBUTORS AND PARTICIPANTS||227-230|
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