I perform policy research on issues like broadband internet, internet economics, internet regulation, cost recovery, radio spectrum, telecom policy, mobile cellular wireless technologies, 5G, regulation, network security, digital business models, rural broadband, universal service, universal connectivity, net neutrality, technology software platforms, and antitrust and competition.

Different policy audiences have different requirements for policy research, for example peer-review academic journals, policymakers, and business professionals. I publish for each of these audiences per their requirements and in their preferred channels.

You can find my academic and other papers organized in the section Publications, including the papers I have published with Aalborg University

A Checklist for good regulation

Politics can help or hinder the development of evidence-based policy and regulation. Regulators are subject to tight timeframes and expectation to deliver “results”. As such, a policymaker may deliver the…

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