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Universaldienstregulierung in der Telekommunikation heute: Herausforderungen, Chancen und Risiken ; ein historischer Ansatz

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Die Universaldienstregulierung im Telekommunikationssektor ist ein Beispiel für die Sicherung einer Dienstleistung von allgemeinem Interesse im umfassend für Wettbewerb geöffneten Sektor. Seit der Marktöffnung hat sich der Regulie-rungsprozess grundsätzlich geändert. Mit Hilfe eines historischen Ansatzes wird diese Veränderung dargestellt, um dann zu zeigen, inwiefern sich dadurch neue Chancen und neue Schwierigkeiten für die Universaldienstregulierung ergeben. Anhand dessen werden die europäischen und die deutschen Regeln beurteilt.

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  • Birke, Franziska, 2007. "Universaldienstregulierung in der Telekommunikation heute: Herausforderungen, Chancen und Risiken ; ein historischer Ansatz," Discussion Papers 114, University of Freiburg, Institute for Transport Economics and Regional Policy.
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