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  • Competition and Chaosby Robert W. Crandall

    Brookings Institution Press 2005; US$ 32.99

    The 1996 Telecommunications Act was an attempt to increase competition among telecommunications providers in the United States by reducing regulatory barriers to market entry. This competition was expected to drive innovation in the telecommunications sector and reap economic benefits for both American consumers and telecommunications providers.... more...

  • Telecommunications Liberalization on Two Sides of the Atlanticby Martin Cave; Robert W. Crandall

    Brookings Institution Press 2004; US$ 9.99

    A Brookings Institution Press and American Enterprise Institute publication The 1990s witnessed a major revolution in telecommunications policy in North America and Europe. The electronics revolution swept the world, and most countries began to realize that they could not compete in many markets without a vibrant, competitive telecommunications sector.... more...

  • First Thing We Do, Let's Deregulate All the Lawyersby Clifford Winston; Robert W. Crandall; Vikram Maheshri

    Brookings Institution Press 2011; US$ 19.99

    Not many Americans think of the legal profession as a monopoly, but it is. Abraham Lincoln, who practiced law for nearly twenty-five years, would likely not have been allowed to practice today. Without a law degree from an American Bar Associationsanctioned institution, a would-be lawyer is allowed to practice law in only a few states. ABA regulations... more...

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