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Platforms , systems competition , and innovation : Reassessing the foundations of communications policy

@inproceedings{Bauer2014PlatformsS,
  title={Platforms , systems competition , and innovation : Reassessing the foundations of communications policy},
  author={Johannes M. Bauer},
  year={2014}
}
Focusing on the effects of policy on investment and innovation this paper examines whether the conceptual foundations of sector regulation are aligned with the current technological and economic conditions of advanced communications. One conclusion is that the prevailing theories and practices are only adequate if the policy challenge can be reasonably approximated as a static or steady-state problem but they may have serious shortcomings if this is not possible. The article proceeds with a… 

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