This is the second part of an article that explores the fundamental policy drivers that should shape the economic regulation of the electronic communications sector by 2020, with reference to Europe. My approach is not to consider the merits of each individual policy item in its own right, but to explore a range of issues which involve a series of policy trade-offs that legislators and enforcement agencies cannot afford to ignore.Download
Peter Alexiadis concludes his tour of the trade-offs inherent in communications regulation.
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