Telecommunication Monopoly Research Paper by CalDR

The proposal of an economic model for monopoly analysis in the telecommunications sector.
# 29313 | 7,449 words | 100 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Jul 28, 2003 in Business (Industries)

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This paper examines how the Telecommunications Act of 1996 sought to end the monopoly that once existed in the telecommunications industry and how since its adoption, the telecommunications industry has been undergoing a period of rapid change and development. It demonstrates how the entry of new players into the market have encouraged them to seek new ways to attract and keep customers and how these changes have led to a rapid influx of new technology and services. It attempts to develop and test an economic model that accurately predicts the existence of a monopoly in the telecommunications sector.

Rationale for Study
Scope of Problem
Statement of Hypothesis and Research Questions
Literature Review
Sample Population
Data Analysis
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