Communications Infrastructure Economics and Regulation

Course Description

This one-day seminar will emphasize Internet economics, the development of national information economies, and the interaction between communications regulation and technological development. The first half of the day’s discussion will focus on the general economic environment in which modern broadband telecommunications services operate. The second half of the day will be spent on the more specific regulatory and competitive requirements of Voice over IP, wireline broadband infrastructure, and mobile wireless technologies, in developing countries.

Learning Objective


Packet Clearing House


Government regulators, technical, managerial, and business professionals


Washington, DC

Training Dates

September 2020


Cybersecurity and ICT Policy