GTEL-5305 Organization and Regulations in Telecommunications

The program intends to provide a general vision of mainstream and modern theories on the industrial organization type, specifically, the structure of the firms, the markets and their interaction. The program intends to respond the following question: Why regulate the market of telecommunications? It is done based on three fundamental aspects. First, the use of the classic theory of regulation of monopoly under the premise of full information. Then, weakening the assumption that the information exists and is available, the program explores the theory of incentives in an atmosphere characterized by asymmetry of information. The third aspect under study is related to the governmental necessity of assuring the existence of a telecommunications network available for consumers and operators alike. the aforementioned is achievable through the interconnection of networks and operators. At this point it becomes fundamental to understand what the role of the access positions is




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