Thursday, October 27, 2016

Competition in the Fixed Telecommunication Market Segment: Challenges and Theories

Ines Ben Dkhil describes Competition in the Fixed Telecommunication Market Segment: Challenges and Theories.

ABSTRACT: The persistence of the market power in the fixed telecommunication markets in both developed and developing economies is due to the technical and economic features of this industry. This paper provides an overview of these characteristics and changes. It also suggests a comparative critical survey of the access pricing theories that are “the key” to the transition to the competition in the fixed telecommunication segment. Through this overview, we aim to underline among that the central role that the regulation should play to ensure the establishment of sustainable competition in the fixed telecommunication markets.

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/antitrustprof_blog/2016/10/competition-in-the-fixed-telecommunication-market-segment-challenges-and-theories.html

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