Regulation and the Performance of Communication and Information Networks
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Regulation and the Performance of Communication and Information Networks

Edited by Gerald R. Faulhaber, Gary Madden and Jeffrey Petchey

Digital markets worldwide are in rapid flux. The Internet and World Wide Web have traditionally evolved in a largely deregulated environment, but recently governments have shown great interest in this rapidly developing sector and are imposing regulations for a variety of reasons that are changing the shape of these industries. This book explores why the industrial organization of broadband ISPs, Internet backbone providers and content/application providers are in such turmoil.
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Chapter 2: Beyond Traditional Regulatory Models: Emerging Governance for New Networks

Rob Albon

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2. Beyond traditional regulatory models: Emerging governance for new networks Rob Albon INTRODUCTION This chapter considers the evolution of regulatory and governance arrangements for information and communications technology (ICT) across major Or...

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