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Competition, pricing, and regulatory policy in the international telephone industry
Leland L. Johnson
|Statement||Leland L. Johnson.|
|LC Classifications||HE8779 .J64 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||89208278|
This book provides a new framework for legal problems concerning the economic order of the European Union. The author discusses recent developments in the politics and economics of European integration and offers a detailed overview of Community industrial, competition, and telecommunications policy. The purpose of competition policy is to regulate those business practices that restrict competition, and to limit the ability of firms to combine in such a way as to enable them to restrict competition.. Although there had been legislation about competition in Elizabethan England, modern competition policy had its origin in United States antitrust legislation of the late nineteenth century. Competition, regulation and regulatory governance 31 This book provides a series of studies of competition, regulation and regu- latory governance in an attempt to inter-relate these different. Policy and laws • National Telecom Policy • New Telecom Policy • Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Act, • TRAI (amendment) Act, , TDSAT • Communications Convergence bill () • Competition Bill ().
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Title: Competition, Pricing, and Regulatory Policy in the International Telephone Industry Author: Leland Johnson Subject: Focuses on the characteristics of prices charged by international telecommunications carriers to their customers or "end users," and the arrangements by which carriers in separate countries compensate each other for handling portions of traffic that.áã#.
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The lack of regulation over the savings industry is seen by many as a cause of the extremely costly savings-and-loan crisis of the late s. Pricing above competitors can be rewarding to organizations, provided that the objectives of the policy are clearly understood and that the marketing mix is used to develop a strategy to enable management to implement the policy successfully.
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