A Google Campus member works on a laptop at the internet firm's start-up space in the Gangnam district of Seoul, May 8, 2015. Google opened on Friday its "Campus" start-up space in Seoul where it will offer work spaces and mentoring for young Asian tech entrepreneurs, representatives of the internet firm said during a presentation. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Past Event

Global digital policy: Views from the United States and South Korea

July 20, 2015

On July 20, the Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings hosted a panel to discuss the increasing challenges and opportunities to providing internet access to a globalized, shifting, and high-demand population.

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    A New Framework for Telecommunications Policy for the 21st Century

    2013, Robert E. Litan and Hal J. Singer

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    Constitution 3.0

    Freedom and Technological Change

    2011, Jeffrey Rosen and Benjamin Wittes, eds.

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    Competition and Chaos

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    2005, Robert W. Crandall

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    The Coming Democracy

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    2005, Ann Florini

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    Should We Regulate High-Speed Internet Access?

    2003, James H. Alleman and Robert W. Crandall, eds.

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    Deregulation of Network Industries

    What's Next?

    2000, Clifford Winston and Sam Peltzman, eds.

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    2000, Leonard Waverman and Robert W. Crandall

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    Talk is Cheap

    The Promise of Regulatory Reform in North American Telecommunications

    1996, Leonard Waverman and Robert W. Crandall

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    After the Breakup

    U.S. Telecommunications in a More Competitive Era

    1991, Robert W. Crandall

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    Changing the Rules

    Technological Change, International Competition and Regulation in Communications

    1989, Kenneth Flamm and Robert W. Crandall