Measuring and comparing the distribution of decision-making power in regulatory arrangements of the telecommunication sector in Latin America
González, Camilo Ignacio
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In this paper, I measure and compare the distribution of decision-making power in regulatory arrangements in the telecommunication sectors of four Latin American countries. In particular, I measure the coordination of the decision-making process and the concentration of regulatory influence. Additionally, I measure the relative influence of each actor involved in the regulatory arrangement. To perform these measurements, I introduce, refine and apply a recently developed methodology. I found that there are significant differences across countries and across types of regulation. Furthermore, I found that the sector regulator is not necessarily the most important actor in every country.
Link to resourcehttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jup.2017.04.002
- Año 2016 
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