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Bestimmung des Regulierungsbedarfs aus ökonomischer Sicht: Angemessenheit und Folgen einer funktionalen oder strukturellen Trennung von Swisscom

  • Matthias Finger
  • Christian Jaag
  • Markus Lang
  • Martin Lutzenberger
  • Urs Trinkner

The study analyzes the regulatory need of a functional or structural separation of the Swiss incumbent Swisscom.

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Article provided by Swiss Economics in its journal Studies and Reports.

Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): (February)
Pages: 1-92

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Handle: RePEc:chc:studse:0001
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