This chapter discusses the origins and characteristics of the regulatory framework for telecommunications in the United States. The United States regulatory model puts heavy emphasis on sector-specific features. Detailed sector-specific rules have been adopted on a number of issues and a powerful sector-specific regulator has been established. This chapter analyses the US model and discusses the pros and cons of the sector-specific regulatory option.
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