Lessons from the United States Spectrum Auctions
AbstractMr. Chairman and members of the Senate Budget Committee, I am honored to appear before you today. My remarks are about the spectrum auctions in the United States. I will discuss spectrum auction successes, failures, and what I think are key issues in upcoming spectrum auctions.
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Date of creation: 11 Mar 2000
Date of revision: 11 Mar 2000
Note: Prepared Testimony of Peter Cramton before the United States Senate Budget Committee, February 2000
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