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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 27 Information Computer Communications Policy 38. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Paris, France. OECD (2001). Communications outlook 2001. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Paris, France. Rosston, G.L. & Wimmer, B.S. (2000). The “state” of universal service. SIEPR Policy Paper No. 99-18. Stanford, CA: Stanford University. Sugaya, M. (1997). Advanced universal service in Japan. Telecommunications Policy 21(2), pp.177-184. Tyler, M. (1994). Universal service and innovation: Fostering linked goals through regulatory policy. In ITU. The changing role of government in an era of telecom deregulation.Briefing Report. International Telecommunication Union. Geneva, Switzerland. Vogel, S.K. (1996). Freer markets, more rules. Ithaca: New York, Cornell University Press. Weaver, K. & Rockman, B. (1993). Do institutions matter? Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution. http://www.benton.org/Policy/96act/ http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/consumerfacts/universalservice.html .

Authors: Park, Namkee.
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Tracking Number: ICA-1-11804 Regulatory Governance and Universal Service 27
Information Computer Communications Policy 38. Organization for Economic
Cooperation and Development. Paris, France.
OECD (2001). Communications outlook 2001. Organization for Economic Cooperation and
Development. Paris, France.
Rosston, G.L. & Wimmer, B.S. (2000). The “state” of universal service. SIEPR Policy Paper No.
99-18. Stanford, CA: Stanford University.
Sugaya, M. (1997). Advanced universal service in Japan. Telecommunications Policy 21(2),
pp.177-184.

Tyler, M. (1994). Universal service and innovation: Fostering linked goals through regulatory
policy. In ITU. The changing role of government in an era of telecom deregulation.
Briefing Report. International Telecommunication Union. Geneva, Switzerland.

Vogel, S.K. (1996). Freer markets, more rules. Ithaca: New York, Cornell University Press.

Weaver, K. & Rockman, B. (1993). Do institutions matter? Washington, D.C.: The Brookings
Institution.
http://www.benton.org/Policy/96act/
http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/consumerfacts/universalservice.html
.


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