Tom Hazlett on the history and economics of spectrum

by on March 16, 2010 · 0 comments

Tom HazlettNow that the broadband plan is out, and the FCC has its sights set on 500 MHz of broadcast spectrum, come listen to what it all means. In the latest episode of the Surprisingly Free Conversation podcast, Thomas Hazlett, Professor of Law & Economics and Director of the Information Economy Project at George Mason University School of Law, discusses the economics of spectrum. The discussion also turns to the history of spectrum regulation, ongoing inefficiencies in the current system, and suggestions for possible improvements.

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