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Regulation, market structure and performance in telecommunications

Olivier Boylaud

Regulation, market structure and performance in telecommunications

by Olivier Boylaud

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Published by O.E.C.D. in Paris .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Olivier Boylaud and Giuseppe Nicoletti.
SeriesOECD working papers -- no.19, Economics Department working papers -- no.237
ContributionsNicoletti, Giuseppe., Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Economics Department.
The Physical Object
Pagination57p. :
Number of Pages57
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15516965M

Performance of Market Structure: Conduct, in its turn, determines performance or the degree to which certain ideal macroeconomic goals are attained. The most important goal seems to be consumer protection. This demands elimina­tion of unfair and restrictive trade practices. To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed the entire object, paste this HTML in website To link to this page, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this page, paste this HTML in website.

Robert Crandall summarizes the objectives and performance of telecommunications regulation. He points out that the objectives of regulation are more complex than simply protecting consumers against monopoly, and in particular that the objective of fairness—all citizens should have access to approximately the same range of services at roughly. Unified Licensing Framework (ULF) The Authority has adopted a Unified Licensing Framework (ULF) that is technology neutral. Consequently, operators and service providers are licenced under a market structure consisting of the following broad market segments: a) International gateway Systems and Services Licence This licence allows for the establishment and operation of international gateway.

Structure, Regulation and Competition in the Telecommunications Industry IntraLATA Toll Market: Taylor, Two-Stage Budgeting and the Total Bill Effect in Structure - Conduct-Performance Structure Conduct Performance Summary   The present market structure of the telecommunications industry urges some type of control, either by means of sector-specific regulation or by competition policy. Asymmetric ex ante regulation 5 aims at preventing the incumbent from abusing its dominant position, held by virtue of its control of the essential facility, the (ubiquitous) local.


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The paper uses an original international database on regulation, market structure and performance in the telecommunications industry to investigate the effects of entry liberalisation and privatisation on productivity, prices and quality of service in long-distance (domestic and international) and mobile cellular telephony services in 23 OECD countries over the period.

Regulation and market structure: the discriminating factors () 8. Indicators of technology and economic structure for empirical analysis 9. Performance indicators for empirical analysis The effects of regulation and market structure on performance Explaining cross-country differences in telecommunications performance.

Market structure refers to the number of firms in a sector and the nature of their interactions. Governments regulate market structure in various ways, including removing barriers to entry, restrictions on market concentration, and restrictions on vertical ments may also regulate market conduct, which includes controlling operators’ pricing and production practices or.

Examines the effects of these policies on competition and market structure, and identifies areas where reforms are needed. Emphasizes the importance of the policy and recommends that competition policy should focus on, among others: (1) market access; (2) access to.

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This book will be an indispensable source for both students and practitioners of regulation. Regulation and the Structure of the Telecommunications Industry Gregory M.

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In the Handbook was fully revised and updated to mark its tenth anniversary, in response to the considerable change in. The similarities are that those policies promote demand for telecom goods and as a regulation they motivate entry (Table 1 in Online Appendix D illustrates how the market structure of the telecommunications industry has changed in recent decades in several major economies).

A prominent example of such a policy is the Telecommunications Act of