2 edition of regulation of British Telecom found in the catalog.
regulation of British Telecom
Antony W. Dnes
by Loughborough University of Technology, Department of Economics in Loughborough
Written in English
|Statement||Antony W. Dnes & Jonathan S. Seaton.|
|Series||Economics research paper / Loughborough University of Technology. Department of Economics -- no.95/5, Economics research paper (Loughborough University of Technology. Department of Economics) -- no.95/5.|
|Contributions||Seaton, Jonathan S.|
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The purpose of this paper is to trace the steps in the process towards the government achieving one of its manifesto commitments; the sale of 51 per cent of British Telecom shares to the private sector. In so doing, it is intended to analyse this example of the policy process in terms of the predominant British Cited by: The Privatisation of British Telecom: A Case Study of the Extended Process of Legislation Article (PDF Available) in European Journal of Political Research 14(3) - May with 2, Reads.
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In the past decade the United Kingdom has emerged as a world pacesetter for institutional change in the telecommunications sector. In particular, British Telecom has been divested, price-cap regulation has been introduced, a new regulatory.
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