Examples of Work By TeleNomic Research:
· New Study Critical of Telco Broadband rollout, January 31, 2008.
· "Broadband Services: Economic and Environmental Benefits," TeleNomic Research, October 21, 2007.
· "A Presentation on Broadband and Rural Small Business," Agriculture Outlook Forum Program, Sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture, February 17, 2006
· "Broadband Use by Rural Small Businesses," TeleNomic Research for the Office of Advocacy, Small Business Administration contract no. SBAHQ-04-M-0528, Washington, DC, December 2005. Study was released at the Broadband Access Forum in Indianapolis, hosted by USDA Rural Development, U.S. Senator Richard Lugar, Indiana Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman, and the Indiana Office of Rural Affairs, Indianapolis, Indiana, December 13, 2005. See http://www.sba.gov/advo/research/rs269.pdf
· "Economic Benefits: What's At Stake?" presented at the 2005 Telecommunications Symposium, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, Oct. 20, 2005.
· "Regarding Senate Bill No. 1097, An Act Concerning the Equal Regulation of Telecommunications Services," Testimony Before the Joint Standing Committee on Energy & Technology, Connecticut General Assembly, Hartford, CT, February 22, 2005.
· "Different Technology, Similar Service," Op-Ed in IT&T News, February 1, 2005, available at www.cei.org.
· "FCC is Ignoring Impact of Wireless, Other Rivals for Telephone Service, Stephen Pociask, Local Tech Wire, December 21, 2004, available at www.cei.org.
· "Wireless Substitution and Competition: Different Technology But Similar Service -- Redefining the Role of Telecommunications Regulation," TeleNomic Research, Sponsored by the Competitive Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC, Issue Analysis No. 5, December 15, 2004.
· "Intermodal Competition," (Presented at) Trends and Opportunities in Telecommunications, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, November 8, 2004.
· "Universal Telephone Service: Are We There Yet?" Sponsored by the Center For the New West, July 22, 2004.
· A Failure to Communicate: Reforming Public Policy in the Telecommunications Industry, Stephen Pociask, Sponsored by the Economic Policy Institute, Washington, DC, 2004.
· "A Survey of Small Businesses' Telecommunications Use and Spending," Stephen Pociask, TeleNomic Research for the Office of Advocacy, Small Business Administration Contract No. SBA-HQ-02-M-0493, Washington, DC, March 2004.
· "Telescam: How Telecom Regulations Harm California Consumers," Stephen Pociask, Pacific Research Institute, San Francisco, CA, August 2003.
· "Whatever Happened To Deregulation?" Stephen Pociask, C:\SPIN, Competitive Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC, July 9, 2003.
· "Disconnecting the Phone Company: Structural Separation and Its Effects on Consumers," TeleNomic Research, prepared for and presented to the Center for Research in Regulated Industries, Rutgers University Advanced Workshop on Regulation and Competition, Western Conference, San Diego, June 26, 2003.
· Putting Broadband On High Speed: New Public Policies to Encourage Rapid Deployment, Stephen Pociask, Sponsored by the Economic Policy Institute, Washington, DC, 2002.
· "Wait, Watch and Worry: Encouraging Broadband Investment," Stephen Pociask, Senate Staff Briefing, July 15, 2002.
· "Building a Nationwide Broadband Network: Speeding Job Growth," Stephen Pociask, TeleNomic Research, February 25, 2002.
Earlier Work By Staff:
· “Telecommunications Competition: Is the Act Working?” presented at the Illinois Telecommunications Symposium, Northwestern University, Kellogg School, Dec. 13, 2000.
· “Interconnection and Peering,” presented at the Computer and Communications Industry Association Conference, San Jose, CA, Sept. 18, 2000.
· Testimony on Internet and Broadband issues before the House Subcommittee on Telecommunications, trade and Consumer Protection, July 27, 2000.
· “The Battle for Bandwidth: Is the Battle Over?” panelist, National Conference for State Legislators, Assembly on Federal Issue, Spring Meeting 2000, May 5, 2000.
· MCI WorldCom’s Sprint Toward Monopoly: An Analysis of the Proposed Telecommunications Merger, with J. Rutner, Economic Policy Institute, 2000. Also presented at the National Press Club.
· "The CALLS Plan Revisited: A Quantification of Consumer Benefits," JPC, Apr. 3, 2000, filed with FCC.
· "FCC's Antiquated Approach to Regulation Harms Consumers," with J. Rutner, Washington Legal Foundation's Legal Backgrounder, Washington, DC, Feb. 18, 2000, Vol. 15:12.
· United States Telecom Association (USTA) Total Factor Productivity Model filed with the FCC in "Reply Comments of the United States Telecom Association," CC Dockets 94-1 and 96-262, United States Telecom Association, Washington, DC, January 24, 2000.
· “An Assessment of Consumer Welfare of the CALLS Plan,” FCC Ex Parte, Oct. 25, 1999.·
· Speaker at the “FCC in the 21st Century” Public Policy Forum, Academic and Organizational Experts Session, FCC, Washington, DC, June 11, 1999.
· Speaker at the “FCC in the 21st Century” Public Policy Forum, Academic and Organizational Experts Session, FCC public forum, FCC Washington, DC, Sept. 30, 1999.
· “Long Distance Mark-Ups Above Incremental Costs,” JPC, April 1999.
· “The Economics of Multimedia Data Networking,” with Dr. Robert Bonometti, et al., Harvard University Network Infrastructure Symposium, Dec. 1997, published by MIT press.
· “Cable Deregulation and Competition," Feb. 1994, unpublished.
· "Bell of Pennsylvania - Total Factor Productivity Study," submitted during alternative regulation proceedings, October 1993. (Results are still in use by state commission.)
· "Benchmarking Toward Best Practices," MD/DC Utilities Association, Fall Conference, Ocean City, MD, Sept. 1993.
· "What You Don't Measure Can Hurt You," Benchmarking Against the Best, Conference sponsored by the Institute for International Research, Chicago, IL, June 1991.
· "Uses and Abuses of Geographic Information Systems," National Telecommunications Forecasting Conference, St. Louis, MO, 1990.
· "San Diego Gas & Light Productivity Study: A Critique," Rutgers University Advanced Workshop in Regulation and Public Utility Economics, Monterey, CA, July 1988.
· "The Incentive to Cite," co-authored with Professor Robert Tollison, et al., Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, Univ. of Saarbrüken Press, Germany, Sept. 1987.
· “Productivity and Pricing,” USTA, Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO, 1986.
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