Telecomunicaciones, convergencia y regulación
This paper provides an analysis of the convergence process in the development of the telecommunication sector and evaluates its impact on market structure and policy in Telecommunication and Information Technologies (ICT), in order to identify sensitive regulatory issues and some aspects that have not yet been discussed in depth. Regulatory models have responded to the challenges raised by the market and technological development, but models that can anticipate innovations are still required. Thus, the need arises for a new generation of regulation that can generate synergies to harmonize the regulations that govern the sector’s industries, and to assess the impact of policies on social, economic and cultural rights associated with the ubiquity of networks and information.
Volume (Year): 12 (2010)
Issue (Month): 23 (July-December)
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