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Régulation des télécommunications et environnement institutionnel : le cas des pays en développement

Abstract : Recent developments in the organisation of telecommunications, especially concerning regulatory frameworks, raise some questions. The first one concerns what regulatory model would be able to sustain competition, favoured by the rapid technological progress, and attract private investment. The second one concerns the implementation of regulation in developing countries, characterized by a weak institutional environment. We intend to clarify this controversy issues. Using a transaction costs framework, we conclude for the need of an independent regulation. We also emphasize the importance of the establishment of such regulation in developing countries. This is corroborated by an empirical research. Beyond a qualitative analysis on the cases of some developing countries, the effectiveness of regulation is analysed through econometric studies. Using a dataset of 19 OCDE countries during 1992-2001, our results reveal the efficiency of an independent regulation to the development of telecommunications. The beneficial impacts of this regulation's model appear on the competition, investment, telephonic penetration and pricing
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Mariem Abba Ould Beddy Mint Beddy. Régulation des télécommunications et environnement institutionnel : le cas des pays en développement. Economies et finances. Université Nancy 2, 2007. Français. ⟨NNT : 2007NAN20006⟩. ⟨tel-01777329⟩



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