Like all technological revolutions, the telecommunications revolution offers challenges on a variety of fronts, from competition policy to the spread of infrastructure to international law. In this volume, a number of Canadian and United States experts in telecommunications regulation, policy, and law provide analysis and discussion of some of the medium-term economic and public policy issues of the information economy. Their insights will prove both useful to and thought provoking for those involved in the communications industry, major users of communications services, decisionmakers and analysts in public policy, and anyone interested in how the 'electronic village' in which we all will live is taking shape.
About the Author:
About the Editors: Dale Orr is Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, Canadian Services, WEFA Inc,; Thomas A. Wilson is Professor of Economics and Director of the Policy and Economic Analysis Program at the Institute for Policy Analysis, University of Toronto.