Study of Effectiveness of Regulation in the Telecommunication Sphere of Ukraine
The article analyses dependence of effectiveness of activity of the telecommunication sphere upon quantitative and qualitative composition of participants under conditions of development of competition in the markets of telecommunication services. It is proved that the increase of volumes of income of operators and providers of telecommunication services does not proportionally depend on their number. There is a tendency of reduction of volumes of income with simultaneous increase of the number of licensed operators and providers that obtained licences for the conduct of economic activity. The structure of market participants faces increase of the share of subjects of economic activity with a simplified system of taxation, which results in reduction of income and, consequently, in reduction of the share of income of the branch in GDP.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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