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Next Generation Broadband in the United States


By Rob Atkinson
January 05, 2010

In an article in the journal Regulatory and Economic Policy in Telecommunications, published in Spain by Telefónica, Rob Atkinson discusses next generation broadband networks (NGNs), examines the position of the United States relative to other nations, and discusses the U.S. debates over NGN policy including financial incentives, unbundling, overbuilding, network management, and demand side policies.

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(Dr. Atkinson’s article begins in English on page 136)