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Explores how in the USA the Telecommunications Act of 1996 was designed to usher in an era of competition in all telecommunications markets. In practice, the initial explosion of competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs) and an $87 billion publicly traded valuation has fallen instead to less...
Many developing countries are in the initial phases of adopting electronic government (e‐government) programs to improve public services and deliver them as efficiently and conveniently as possible. Our experience with a variety of governments throughout the developing world at different stages...
This article is the fourth in a series that analyses the constantly changing structure of the TMT sector. It covers the period 28 March 2002 to 28 March 2003. Prior to March 2002, the sector had already spent two years in the doldrums, and this update reveals that the overall trend continued to...
Regulation through “code,” i.e. the hardware and software of communication technologies, is growing in importance. Policymakers are addressing societal concerns such as privacy, freedom of speech, and intellectual property protection with code‐based solutions. While scholars have noted the...
Telecom network roll‐out is crucial for economic development, and with the advent of mobile telephony, it is increasingly achievable. Mobile adoption in many countries has surpassed fixed line connections. This paper, however, proposes that regulators need to look beyond teledensity to...
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