Achieving universal access to broadband

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Resumé

The paper discusses appropriate policy measures for achieving universal access to broadband services in Europe. Access can be delivered by means of many different technology solutions described in the paper. This means a greater degree of competition and affects the kind of policy measures to be applied. The paper concludes that other policy measure than the classical universal service obligation are in play, and discusses various policy measures taking the Lisbon process as a point of departure. Available policy measures listed in the paper include, universal service obligation, harmonization, demand stimulation, public support for extending the infrastructure, public private partnerships (PPP), and others.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelThe Good, the Bad and the Challenging, Conference proceedings
RedaktørerBartolomeo Sapio et al
ForlagCOST Action 298 - Participation in the Broadband Society, Brussels (Belgium)
Publikationsdato2009
Sider902-910
ISBN (Trykt)978-961-6277-17-4
StatusUdgivet - 2009
BegivenhedThe Good, the bad and the challenging. The user and the future of information and communication technologies - København, Danmark
Varighed: 13 maj 200915 maj 2009

Konference

KonferenceThe Good, the bad and the challenging. The user and the future of information and communication technologies
LandDanmark
ByKøbenhavn
Periode13/05/200915/05/2009
NavnCOST
NummerII

Citer dette

Falch, M., & Henten, A. (2009). Achieving universal access to broadband. I B. Sapio et al (red.), The Good, the Bad and the Challenging, Conference proceedings (s. 902-910). COST Action 298 - Participation in the Broadband Society, Brussels (Belgium). COST, Nr. II
Falch, Morten ; Henten, Anders. / Achieving universal access to broadband. The Good, the Bad and the Challenging, Conference proceedings. red. / Bartolomeo Sapio et al. COST Action 298 - Participation in the Broadband Society, Brussels (Belgium), 2009. s. 902-910 (COST; Nr. II).
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Falch, M & Henten, A 2009, Achieving universal access to broadband. i B Sapio et al (red.), The Good, the Bad and the Challenging, Conference proceedings. COST Action 298 - Participation in the Broadband Society, Brussels (Belgium), COST, nr. II, s. 902-910, The Good, the bad and the challenging. The user and the future of information and communication technologies, København, Danmark, 13/05/2009.

Achieving universal access to broadband. / Falch, Morten; Henten, Anders.

The Good, the Bad and the Challenging, Conference proceedings. red. / Bartolomeo Sapio et al. COST Action 298 - Participation in the Broadband Society, Brussels (Belgium), 2009. s. 902-910 (COST; Nr. II).

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