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Event Transcript
March 18, 2004


Avoiding a Tragedy of the Telecommons:
Finding the Right Property Rights Regime for Telecommunications

Introductory Remarks: Peter W. Huber, Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute

Panel I: Fitting Telecommunications Regulation Into The Property Law Paradigm

Panel II: How Are Regulatory Incentives Affecting Competition And Investment?

Keynote Address: Kathleen Q. Abernathy, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission
The Role of Property Rights in Understanding Telecommunications Regulation

WHAT THE PRESS SAID:

  • Telecom FCC Member Credits Mobile Success To Deregulatory Model
    by Drew Clark, National Journal's Technology Daily, 5-17-04
  • Abernathy Criticizes Wireline Policies For Failing To Encourage
    Investment Telecommunications Reports, 5-17-04
  • Resource Misused: Experts Ponder ‘Tragedy of Tele-Commons’
    by Howard Buskirk, Edie Herman, Communications Daily, 5-18-04

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