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Communications Deregulation and FCC Reform: Finishing the Job

Eisenach, Jeffrey, May, Randolph J. (Eds.)

2001, IX, 235 p.

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  • About this book

Communications markets have made much progress towards competition and deregulation in recent years. However, it is increasingly clear, in the age of the Internet and the digital revolution, that much more needs to be done, and that new approaches, both at the Federal Communications Commission and in Congress, will be required to complete the task. In this volume, the Progress and Freedom Foundation presents nine papers by communications policy experts and government policymakers that show how to finish the job of deregulating communications markets and reforming the FCC.
The Telecommunications Act of 1996 was a landmark piece of legislation for an industry moving from a monopoly orientation towards competition, but additional steps are needed to complete the process of implementing the pro-competitive, deregulatory vision of the act. Bringing together a group of the caliber represented in this book makes possible the best recommendations about the exact nature of those necessary changes. In this volume, the most difficult and politically-charged hot-button issues involving local and long distance competition, universal service, spectrum allocation, program content regulation, and the public interest doctrine are confronted head-on. As importantly, the authors recommend specific reform proposals to be considered by the Federal Communications Commission and Congress.
The ideas contained in the experts' essays were presented and debated at a conference hosted by The Progress & Freedom Foundation, which was held in Washington, DC, on December 8, 2000. The Progress & Freedom Foundation studies the impact of the digital revolution and its implications for public policy. It conducts research in fields such as electronic commerce, telecommunications and the impact of the Internet on government, society and economic growth. It also studies issues such as the need to reform government regulation, especially in technology-intensive fields such as medical innovation, energy and environmental regulation.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Electronic Commerce - Innovation - Monopol - board of directors - competition - deregulation - economic growth - foundation - regulation

Related subjects » Business & Management - Industrial Organization - Microeconomics / Industrial Organization

Table of contents 

Foreword; 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.

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