Carlo Cambini

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a r t i c l e i n f o In this paper, we analyze the incentives of an incumbent and an entrant to migrate from an " old " technology to a " new " technology, and discuss how the terms of wholesale access affect this migration. We show that the coverage of the new technology varies non-monotonically with the access price of the old technology: a higher access(More)
We study the impact of reciprocal access charges on the incentives to invest in networks of higher quality. We show how private and social preferences always diverge once investments are endogenized. Private negotiations never lead to charges being set at their marginal cost. Whether or not marginal cost charges have good dynamic properties depends on the(More)
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