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Changing the rules : technological change, international competition, and regulation in communications / Robert W. Crandall and Kenneth Flamm, editors
Bib ID 516631
Format BookBook
Description Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution, c1989 
xv, 424 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 081571596X (alkaline paper)
0815715951 (alkaline paper) (paperback)
Notes

Revised papers from a conference organized by the Brookings Institution and sponsored in part by the NYNEX Corporation.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Telephone.  |  Telecommunication.  |  Telecommunication policy.  |  Telephone -- United States.  |  Telecommunication -- United States.  |  Telecommunication policy -- United States.  |  Telecommunication systems.
Other authors/contributors Crandall, Robert W  |  Flamm, Kenneth, 1951-  |  NYNEX Corporation  |  Brookings Institution

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