Dynamic Regulation: Conceptual Foundations, Implementation, Effects

31 Pages Posted: 12 Jul 2012

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Johannes M. Bauer

Michigan State University-Department of Media and Information

Erik Bohlin

Chalmers University of Technology

Date Written: August 15, 2007

Abstract

This paper describes and critically comments on this transformation of the theoretical underpinnings of practical regulation in the U.S. and assesses its relevance for other nations and regions. The next section provides a brief historical review as to how investment and innovation issues were addressed (or neglected) in U.S. regulation. Section three discusses the core bodies of knowledge used in formulating a more dynamic framework. Section four discusses U.S. unbundling policy and section five policies toward next-generation networks, cases that illustrate the transformation toward dynamic regulation. The design of regulatory policy under uncertainty is addressed in section six, followed by some concluding remarks.

Suggested Citation

Bauer, Johannes M. and Bohlin, Erik, Dynamic Regulation: Conceptual Foundations, Implementation, Effects (August 15, 2007). TPRC 2007. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2103642

Johannes M. Bauer (Contact Author)

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Erik Bohlin

Chalmers University of Technology ( email )

SE-412 96 Goteborg
Sweden

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