Telecompetition: The Free Market Road to the Information Highway by Lawrence Gasman
English | Jan. 13, 1994 | ISBN: 1882577094 | 196 Pages | PDF | 2 MB
A telecommunications expert says a free market promotes the information superhighway.
Developments in telecommunications are moving at breakneck speed, yet the American people are being deprived of the full benefits of the information revolution because government continues to regulate electronic communications. Telecompetition: The Information Age Imperative is a lively and optimistic book showing that bureaucrats have neither the information nor the incentive to intelligently guide the information revolution, and therefor the only alternative is the free market.