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Regulatory Governance and the Implementation of Universal Service: A Comparative Study of the US and Japan
Unformatted Document Text:  Tracking Number: ICA-1-11804 Regulatory Governance and Universal Service 25 changes in the regulatory system and institutions to enforce such constraints, and necessarily limit transition policy options (Cherry & Wildman, 1999). Unlike other static models or various analyses of economic efficiency in comparative communication policy analyses, this dynamic theoretical framework presents more profound logic in the telecommunications policy-making processes (Cherry & Wildman, 1999; Galperin, 2000). The validity of the perspective will be proved and enhanced with more extensive and fruitful studies in the field of communications policy. References Bernt, P. & Weiss, M. (1993). International Telecommunications. Carmel: IN, Sams Publishing. Blackman, C.R. (1995). Universal service: Obligation or opportunity? Telecommunications Policy 19(3), pp.171-176. Cherry, B.A. & Wildman, S.S. (1999). Institutional endowment as foundation for regulatory performance and regime transitions: The role of the US constitution in telecommunications regulation in the United States. Telecommunications Policy 23(9), pp.607-623. Cowhey, P.F. & McCubbins, M.D. (1995). Structure and policy in Japan and the United States. New York: Cambridge University Press. Cox, G.W. & Rosenbluth, F.M. (1995). The structural determinants of electoral cohesiveness: England, Japan, and the United States. In Cowhey, P.F. & McCubbins, M.D. Structure and policy in Japan and the United States. New York: Cambridge University Press. Crandall. R.W. & Waverman, L. (2000). Who pays for universal service? Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution Press. Eriksson, R.C., Kaserman, D.L., & Mayo, J.W. (1998). Targeted and untargeted subsidy schemes: Evidence from postdivestiture efforts to promote universal telephone service. Journal of Law and Economics 41(2), pp.477-502. FCC (1997), Universal Service Report and Order. CC Docket No. 96-262. FCC (2000), Universal Service Report and Order. CC Docket No. 00-193. Galperin, H. (2000). Regulatory reform in the broadcasting industries of Brazil and Argentina in the 1990s. Journal of Communication 50(4), pp.176-191. Galperin, H. (2002). Can the US transition to digital TV be fixed? Some lessons from two European Union cases. Telecommunications Policy 26(1,2), pp.3-15. Haggard, S. & McCubbins, M. (2001). Presidents, parliaments, and policy. New York: Cambridge University Press.

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Tracking Number: ICA-1-11804 Regulatory Governance and Universal Service 25
changes in the regulatory system and institutions to enforce such constraints, and necessarily limit
transition policy options (Cherry & Wildman, 1999). Unlike other static models or various
analyses of economic efficiency in comparative communication policy analyses, this dynamic
theoretical framework presents more profound logic in the telecommunications policy-making
processes (Cherry & Wildman, 1999; Galperin, 2000). The validity of the perspective will be
proved and enhanced with more extensive and fruitful studies in the field of communications
policy.
References
Bernt, P. & Weiss, M. (1993). International Telecommunications. Carmel: IN, Sams Publishing.
Blackman, C.R. (1995). Universal service: Obligation or opportunity? Telecommunications
Policy 19(3), pp.171-176.
Cherry, B.A. & Wildman, S.S. (1999). Institutional endowment as foundation for regulatory
performance and regime transitions: The role of the US constitution in
telecommunications regulation in the United States. Telecommunications Policy 23(9),
pp.607-623.
Cowhey, P.F. & McCubbins, M.D. (1995). Structure and policy in Japan and the United States.
New York: Cambridge University Press.

Cox, G.W. & Rosenbluth, F.M. (1995). The structural determinants of electoral cohesiveness:
England, Japan, and the United States. In Cowhey, P.F. & McCubbins, M.D. Structure
and policy in Japan and the United States. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Crandall. R.W. & Waverman, L. (2000). Who pays for universal service? Washington, D.C.: The
Brookings Institution Press.
Eriksson, R.C., Kaserman, D.L., & Mayo, J.W. (1998). Targeted and untargeted subsidy schemes:
Evidence from postdivestiture efforts to promote universal telephone service. Journal of
Law and Economics 41(2), pp.477-502.
FCC (1997), Universal Service Report and Order. CC Docket No. 96-262.
FCC (2000), Universal Service Report and Order. CC Docket No. 00-193.

Galperin, H. (2000). Regulatory reform in the broadcasting industries of Brazil and Argentina in
the 1990s. Journal of Communication 50(4), pp.176-191.

Galperin, H. (2002). Can the US transition to digital TV be fixed? Some lessons from two
European Union cases. Telecommunications Policy 26(1,2), pp.3-15.

Haggard, S. & McCubbins, M. (2001). Presidents, parliaments, and policy. New York:
Cambridge University Press.


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