Telecommunications Deregulation: Market Power and Cost Allocation Issues

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TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEREGULATION
Market Power and Cost Allocation Issues

Edited by John R. Allison and Dennis L. Thomas

THE IC2 MANAGEMENT AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCE SERIES

W. Cooper and George Kozmetsky, Series Editors

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QUORUM BOOKS

New York · Westport, Connecticut · London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page III
  • Contents V
  • Preface vii
  • 1: Antitrust Analysis of Market Power, with Some Thoughts About Regulated Industries 1
  • Notes 23
  • Conclusion 45
  • Notes 46
  • CONCLUSIONS 62
  • References 63
  • References 64
  • 2: Deregulation and Market Power Criteria: An Evaluation of State Level Telecommunications Policy 65
  • Appendix 92
  • Appendix 93
  • Appendix 95
  • 3: Contestable Market Theory and Regulatory Reform 103
  • Conclusion 117
  • References 122
  • Conclusion 137
  • Notes 137
  • 4: The NRRI Peak-Responsibility Cost-of-Service Method: Theory, Applicability to InterLATA Networks, and Efficiency Concerns 139
  • Notes 170
  • References 178
  • Notes 185
  • References 189
  • 5: Evaluating Performance in Regulated and Unregulated Markets: A Collection of Fables 191
  • CONCLUDING REMARKS 223
  • APPENDIX 1 225
  • APPENDIX 2 227
  • APPENDIX 3 250
  • References 253
  • References 258
  • 6: Thoughts on the Past, Present, and Future of Telecommunications Regulation 259
  • Editors' Bibliographical Notes 269
  • Index 275
  • Contributors 281
  • ABOUT THE EDITORS 283
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