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Contents

Introduction
Background: U.S. Institutions that Affect Telecommunications Policies and Rules
Competition: Goal, Tool, or Simply an Essential Feature of the Restructured Market?
Laws and Rules: A Critical Structural Relationship
Network Development: The Theory of Exploiting Interest Groups
Does Regulation Have a Role in a Competitive Environment?
Features of U.S. Regulatory Process
Two Central Substantive Concerns: Interconnection and Pricing
Seeking Investment for Sectoral Development
Conclusion
Endnotes
Participants

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