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Collectivités territoriales et systèmes de régulation en matière de communications électroniques

Abstract : Nowadays, more and more responsibility is being handed over to local authorities in the setting up and running of publicly-owned broadband networks. The way in which this growing responsibility is implemented has to be studied from the dual aspect of public and private intervention. For although, as planners of local development, local authorities are responsible for the coordination of public service broadband activities, they nevertheless call upon the expertise of private enterprise. This thesis analyses how cooperation between public and private sectors works and seems to be driven by a logic of functional subsidiarity. Local authorities, as economic operators subject to the competition rules of the Treaty, now acquire the status of telecommunications service provider and are thus governed by specific liberalised sector regulations. The purpose of the present work is to outline how public intiatives are shaped by the main regulatory models to which the deployment of next generation access networks is subject.
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Harald Miquet. Collectivités territoriales et systèmes de régulation en matière de communications électroniques. Droit. Université de Lorraine, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012LORR0227⟩. ⟨tel-01749265⟩



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