Technological and Economic Pressures for Change in Telecommunications from the 1960s to the 1990s
This chapter considers the ways in which sweeping technological and economic developments altered the nature of the telecommunications sector. It argues that in the twenty-eight years under consideration, these technological and economic developments were exogenous to Britain and France: policy-makers in the two countries could not greatly influence the technological and economic development of the sector, and resulting opportunities and pressures; only whether and how to introduce new technology within their countries.
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