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Open Access article: Framing Fairness

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Each month we open up one article from our journal, InterMedia (usually only available to members) to allow access for all.

This month’s piece is written by Oxera Consultant Tim Hogg, and examines how the concepts of fairness are increasingly motivating regulation across Europe’s TMT sector. In ‘Framing Fairness’, he considers what regulators are doing and how providers can respond.

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