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USTTI Regulatory Principles (Instructed by Andrew Haire)
Communications sector – as broadly defined in economic terms is anything that connects - is fast becoming the most consequential economic sector in every economy, region, continent, not just in its direct impact on respective GDPs, but the indirect impact and consequence it has on society.

The existence of a fair arbitrator – sometimes called a Regulatory Authority - has become ever more essential in the influence and impact on our lives rise.

This session will examine two sides of this responsibility: what are the principles of an organization with such a role, and how should they be used? The session will cover competition theory, but also the touch on the fundamentals of a telecoms regulator, keeping the sector vibrant.

The session’s agenda follows examining key topics to be discussed but is designed to be interactive – with a hope that specific concerns of participants can also work its way into the session’s conversation, time permitting. [We would be pleased to accept specific topical suggestions or even specific questions prior to the start of the session.

The course, originated by the USTTI in 2012 with good response in years since, has been moderated and taught by a former regulator, Andrew Haire – who was responsible for developing an innovative marketplace framework, and then responsible for managing it. The framework addressed competition, policy, technical and operational elements of the sector for a newly created Authority in Asia.

Feb 1, 2023 09:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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