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Promoting Efficient Use of Spectrum Through Elimination of Barriers to the Development of Secondary Markets « Telecommunications and IT « Topics « Downloads
|Date posted||April 1, 2010|
|Categories||Telecommunications and IT, Working paper, Baily, Martin Neil, Baker, Jonathan, Bresnahan, Timothy, Coase, Ronald, Cramton, Peter, Crandall, Robert W., Gilbert, Richard, Greenstein, Shane, Hahn, Robert W., Hall, Robert E., Harris, Barry, Harris, Robert, Hausman, Jerry A., Hazlett, Thomas W., Joskow, Andrew, Kahn, Alfred E., Katz, Michael, Litan, Robert E., Milgrom, Paul, Noll, Roger G., Ordover, Janusz A., Owen, Bruce M., Riordan, Michael, Rogerson, William, Rosston, Gregory L., Rubinfeld, Daniel L., Salant, David, Schmalensee, Richard L., Schwartz, Marius, Shelanski, Howard, Sidak, J. Gregory, Spiller, Pablo T., Teece, David J., Topper, Michael, Varian, Hal R., Waverman, Leonard, White, Lawrence J.|
Filed February 7, 2001 as a Comment in the Federal Communications Commission’s "Secondary Markets" rule making, 37 prominent economists in regulation and telecommunications policy urge dramatic liberalization of spectrum policy. The statement calls for eliminating restrictions on wireless licenses for new and existing users, giving competitors wide flexibility in providing non-interfering services to consumers.