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Racing to the Bottom: How Antiquated Public Policy Is Destroying the Best Jobs in Telecommunications
Racing to the Bottom: How Antiquated Public Policy Is Destroying the Best Jobs in Telecommunications
By: Jeffrey H. Keefe


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book, 52 pages, 6" x 9" (paper), 2005
ISBN:1932066195
While cell phones, high-speed Internet access, interactive cable, and satellite TV services have become commonplace features of the new century, telecommunications policy remains an antiquated remnant of the old one. The unintended consequence of these federal and state policies is to support the worst employers with favorable tax and regulatory treatment, while greatly disadvantaging good employers and their workers and unions. EPI's book, Racing to the Bottom, explains why the FCC and Congress need to re-examine current telecommunications policy and create a level playing field to encourage competition across the growing number of traditional and innovative access technologies that make up U.S. telecommunications.

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