July 9, 2009 – The Obama Administration is increasingly looking at approaches other countries have taken as it continues to formulate its broadband strategy. This Congressional Seminar will address key questions of how the U.S. broadband market is developing, how competition in the U.S. compares to elsewhere, and how various policy prescriptions, such as open access and functional separation, would be likely to affect investment.
Broadband Competition Policy: After the Stimulus and in the Shadow of the DOJ
Monday, July 13th
12 noon – 2 p.m.
Lunch will be served
Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
- Harold Feld, Public Knowledge
- David Hill, Verizon
- Michael Katz, New York University
- William Lehr, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Scott Wallsten, Technology Policy Institute
- Joseph W. Waz, Jr., Comcast Corporation
The Technology Policy Institute
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