study, 30 pages, 8.5" x 11" (paper), 2002
Most industry experts agree that investments in high-speed Internet services aren't taking place as fast as they should, costing the economy an estimated 1.2 million high-paying jobs. The problem lies mainly with lopsided regulations that haven't kept pace with developments in the information sector. EPI's study, Putting Broadband on High Speed, explains how public policy can be reshaped to facilitate faster deployment of high-speed Internet services, generating jobs for the economy and benefits for consumers.
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