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Universal Service Policies in the Context of National Broadband Plans


  • Angela Garcia Calvo

    (London School of Economics)


This report discusses the main areas in which national strategies to expand broadband networks affect universal service objectives, proposes criteria to rethink the terms of universal service policies, and shares the latest developments across a selected group of OECD countries.

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  • Angela Garcia Calvo, 2012. "Universal Service Policies in the Context of National Broadband Plans," OECD Digital Economy Papers 203, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:stiaab:203-en

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    1. Antonio García Zaballos & Nathalia Foditsch, 2014. "Universal Access to Broadband and Service Programs: A Comparative Study," IDB Publications (Books), Inter-American Development Bank, number 87453, February.
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    3. Angela Garcia Calvo, 2014. "The Role of State-Firm Relationships in Fostering Competitiveness: Telefonica’s Upgrading," Carlo Alberto Notebooks 397, Collegio Carlo Alberto.

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