Allocating publicly owned assets: the case of personal communications services
An examination of the rationale for the recent use of government auctions to allocate radio spectrum. Auctions are a more equitable allocation method than either comparative hearings or lotteries, will help put a dent in the federal debt, and will be fair to small firms that face capital constraints.
Volume (Year): (1995)
Issue (Month): Jan ()
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