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Regulation of British telecommunications" profitability

Great Britain. Department of Industry.

Regulation of British telecommunications" profitability

by Great Britain. Department of Industry.

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Published by Department of Industry in London .
Written in English


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Statementby Stephen C. Littlechild.
ContributionsLittlechild, S. C.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14199295M

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Stephen C Littlechild. Economic regulation in the UK is generally assumed to have begun inwith the privatisation of British Telecoms and the creation of the telecommunications regulator (then Oftel, now Ofcom).

Littlechild, S, The Regulation of British Telecommunications' Profitability Department of Trade and Industry, 1 Victoria Street, London SW1H 0ET Google Scholar Littlechild, S,“New developments in electricity regulation”, in Major Issues in Regulation by: In particular, British Telecom has been divested, price-cap regulation has been introduced, a new regulatory institution See More + In the past decade the United Kingdom has emerged as a world pacesetter for institutional change in the telecommunications by: The new developments will require the introduction of regulatory schemes that provide greater incentives for efficiency and at minimum eliminate some of the incentives for inefficiency present in existing regulation.

Littlechild, Stephen C. “Regulation of British Telecommunications’ Profitability.” Report to the Secretary of Cited by: ‘Regulation of British Telecommunications’ Profitability’ and published in February There is, however, the “other” Littlechild Report, a report, entitled ‘Economic Regulation of Privatised Water Authorities’.

In this paper, I will primarily concentrate on the more famous report except where the report providesFile Size: KB. Current regulation, including market reviews and charge controls, relating to Ethernet and Leased Lines, Mobile Call Termination, and Residential and Business Narrowband and Broadband Access and Fixed Telephony.

Ongoing and previous regulation is also available in this section. Featured content. The General Conditions of Entitlement. Introduction Regulation was not a major issue in the initial phase of the British privatisation programme. The firms transferred to the private sector in Mrs.

Thatcher's first five years in office - e.g., Britoil, British Aerospace, Cable & Wireless, Cited by: UK price control regulation (1) • Before privatisation of utilities, investors needed security of revenues • Littlechild paper: Regulation of British Telecommunications’ Profitability () • UK regulated industries controlled by price cap regulation, set for years Revenue= Efficient costs (operating and capital expenditure) + rate.

Littlechild, Stephen, () Regulation of British Telecommunications Profitability. London: Department of Industry. McKenzie, Richard B., and Lee, Dwight R. () Quicksilver Capital: How the Rapid Movement of Wealth Has Changed the by: Comment London calling: A policy for telecommunications after privatization Gareth Locksley With the UK government's plan to privatize British Telecom moving forward seemingly without obstacle, Gareth Locksley examines the implications for London.

Rather than concentrate on the arguments against privatization Author: Gareth Locksley. The British Government tackled the market conditions for the supply of advanced information and communication technologies and services in the early s.

British Telecom was created in with the division of this business from postal operations, and in Mercury was licensed to compete with British Telecom. The government sought to File Size: KB. Abstract. Public utility regulation originates from the problem of natural monopoly. Where there are overwhelming scale economies as in the case of public utilities, traditionally, electric, gas, water and telephone, the cost to society is arguably minimized by having one supplier.

The problem with one supplier is that it allows for monopoly Author: Michael A. Crew, Paul R. Kleindorfer. Get this from a library. Regulation of British Telecommunications' profitability: report to the Secretary of State, February [Stephen C Littlechild; Great Britain. Department of Industry.].

The Privatisation of British Telecom () Starting point Privatisation became one the defining policies of the Conservative Party’s eighteen years in power between and Yet it was barely mentioned in the Conservative general election manifesto and the new government’s first budget speech contained only an oblique reference to.

[1] The Future of Telecommunications in Britain, Statement in the House of Commons by the Secretary of State for Industry, 19 July [2] Regulation of British Telecommunications’ Profitability, Report to the Secretary of State, Stephen Littlechild, February Regulation of British telecommunications' profitability: report to the Secretary of State, feb.

Harper, John, Monopoly and Competition in British Telecommunications (The Past, the Present and the Future), Pinter, Littlechild, SC, Regulation of British Telecommunication's Profitability, HMSO, Oftel, A Framework for Effective Competition, Consultative Document on the Future of Interconnection and Related Issues.

2 Littlechild, Stephen C. (), Regulation of British Telecommunications Profitability, London: Department of Trade and Industry. 3 Bénédicte Bouin, Nicolas Curien and Guillaume Lacroix (), ‘Price-cap Postal Regulation: The French Experience’, in M.A. Crew and P.R. Kleindorfer (eds), Heightning Competition in the postal and.S.

Littlechild report “Regulation of British Telecommunications’ Profitability”, February Posted on 13 February by EPRGweb • 0 Comments S.

Littlechild report “Regulation of British Telecommunications’ Profitability” published in February | PDF Continue Reading.Regulation of British telecommunications, profitability S C Littlechild Authorization procedures in the postal sector: Possible lessons from other sectors for entry regulation Emerging competition Author: Kevin Currier.