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The Path to Universal Broadband: Why We Should Grant Low-Income Subsidies and Use Experiments and Auctions to Determine the Specifics
The Economists' Voice (2011)
  • Gregory L. Rosston
  • Scott J. Wallsten, Technology Policy Institute
Abstract

Gregory Rosston of Stanford University and Scott Wallsten of the Technology Policy Institute argue that the switch from voice to broadband services provides a rare opportunity to reform universal service programs. Rossten and Wallsten offer an alternative design to deliver services in an efficient and politically-palatable manner.

Keywords
  • broadband,
  • internet,
  • telecommunications,
  • regulation
Publication Date
September 23, 2011
Citation Information
Gregory L. Rosston and Scott J. Wallsten. "The Path to Universal Broadband: Why We Should Grant Low-Income Subsidies and Use Experiments and Auctions to Determine the Specifics" The Economists' Voice Vol. 8 Iss. 1 (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/scott_wallsten/4/