Telecommunications Deregulation: Market Power and Cost Allocation Issues

Synopsis

This volume explores critical issues in telecommunications regulatory policy by using a unique multidisciplinary lens to focus on the problems of market power and cost allocation in long distance telecommunications markets. The contributors approach the subject from the traditional perspectives of economics and law but also incorporate developments in newer disciplines such as operations research, decision theory, policy analysis, and corporate strategy. Each section includes a series of main papers as well as critical reviews by scholars using methodologies from other disciplines.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • David L. Kaserman
  • John W. Mayo
  • Robert D. Willig
  • William Pollard
  • Baumin Lee
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1990