Autumn 2015, Volume 11, Number 1
Competition authorities have been spending a lot of time on telecommunications, especially in the merger area, tackling such questions as: How to balance two key needs—ensuring enough players to maintain sufficient competition while allowing that innovation requires deep pockets? How to define the appropriate market? How much consideration to give local vs. regional needs? This issue first looks at how the U.S. and EU have tackled these, and other, questions and then finishes with economic insights on how to analyze this ever-changing industry.