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Telecommunications Policy and the Persistence of the Local Exchange Monopoly

David L. Kaserman and John W. Mayo
Business Economics
Vol. 33, No. 2 (April 1998), pp. 14-19
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23487523
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Telecommunications Policy and the Persistence of the Local Exchange Monopoly
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Abstract

This paper identifies and describes the principal debates that are now forging our future telecommunications policies. The authors first provide a background discussion of recent telecommunications policy changes. They then offer an overview of the current status of existing policies in both the long-distance and local exchange telecommunications markets. Finally, they provide a perspective on the alternative policy scenarios that may unfold. To place this discussion in a more familiar setting, they draw upon a parallel between telecommunications policy and some long-standing attitudes regarding child rearing.

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