Communications Deregulation and FCC Reform: Finishing the Job / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
Communications markets have made much progress towards competition and deregulation in recent years. However, it is increasingly clear, in t he age of the Internet and the digital revolution, that much more need s to be done, and that new approaches, both at the Federal Communicati ons Commission and in Congress, will be required to complete the task. In this volume, the Progress and Freedom Foundation presents nine pap ers by communications policy experts and government policymakers that show how to finish the job of deregulating communications markets and reforming the FCC.
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Table of ContentsForeword; J.A. Eisenach, R.J. May. 1. Communications Deregulation and FCC Reform: Finishing the Job; J.A. Eisenach, R.J. May. 2. The Great Digital Broadband Migration; M.K. Powell. 3. Technology and Competition: A Five-Year Outlook for the Telecommunications Marketplace; C.A. Eldering. 4. Local and Long Distance Competition: Replacing Regulation With Competition; R.W. Crandall. 5. Reforming Universal Service One More Time; K. Gordon. 6. 'Propertyzing' The Electromagnetic Spectrum: Why It's Important, and How to Begin; L.J. White. 7. Program Content Regulation Revisited; L.A. Powe, Jr. 8. The Public Interest Standard - Is it too Broad to be Constitutional?; R.J. May. 9. Telecom Deregulation, Broadband Deployment and Economic Growth; W.J.B. Tauzin. About the Authors. Communications Policy Advisory Committee; The Progress & Freedom Foundation. Board of Directors; The Progress & Freedom Foundation.