DotEcon runs workshop at the Telecoms Regulatory Forum

DotEcon exhibited at the Telecoms Regulatory Forum, London, 21 – 23 March 2011, the annual conference for regulatory professionals in fixed and mobile markets. As an Associate Sponsor for the event, DotEcon ran the pre-conference workshop on 21 March focusing on ‘Next Generation Access: regulating for investment’ covering:

  • Different types of risk, and how the traditional CAPM model deals with risks and uncertainty
  • Investment incentives – the role for regulation to influence investment incentives
  • Alternative ways of sharing risk – joint ventures, co-investment and differentiated terms for access
  • Differentiation of access prices, and the principle of non-discrimination
  • Vertical separation and risk – what does it mean for incumbents
  • DotEcon’s Dr. Dan Maldoom also spoke on the topic of Market Mechanisms for Universal Service at the main conference.

    If you are interested in receiving a copy of our conference presentations and/or the workshop slides, contact Dr. Christian Koboldt.

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