Is the US Leading or Lagging in Broadband?

Recently there has been a lot of discussion on whether the United States is behind Europe in terms of high-speed Internet deployment and service adoption.  The story was once that the US was lagging behind and that network regulations, like the ones being put into place in Europe, were the answer.  With the passage of […]

Update on the state of wireless competition in the U.S.

Joseph Fuhr and Steve Pociask’s latest article “Comparison of Structure, Conduct and Performance: U.S. versus Europe’s Wireless Markets,” is now available in the book “A collection of Essays on Infrastructure Versus Service-Based Competition: The Case of Mobile Telecommunications,” editors Laurent Benzoni and Patrice Geoffron with forward by Professor Martin Cave, Quantifica Publishing, Paris, 2008.