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Regulatory Choice in Communications Governance

  title={Regulatory Choice in Communications Governance},
  author={Michael Latzer},
  • M. Latzer
  • Published 3 January 2007
  • Economics, Political Science
Empirical research shows that there has been an increase in alternative regulatory institutions (self- and co-regulation) in convergent communications sectors, which, in combination with state regulatory bodies, are striving to achieve public goals. Growing reliance on private actors is leading to a remix of state regulation and alternative modes of regulation, which changes the state’s contribution to communications regulation. This raises the questions of why alternative regulation is… 

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