Recently a new study seeking to rebut the Federal Communications Commission’s conclusion on investment was made public. The author of the study is Christopher Hooton, Chief Economist of the Internet Association (a proponent of Title II regulation)
In an effort to expand the use of telecommunications services by low-income Americans, the Federal Communications Commission’s Lifeline program offers subsidies to qualifying low-income households.
Quantifying the Overstatement in Broadband Availability from the Form 477 Data: An Econometric Approach
Broadband availability data is collected from broadband providers at the census block level, which is the smallest geographic unit used by the Census Bureau for data tabulation. In collecting and reporting these data, it is assumed that if a singl
The first statistical evidence on the effects on labor market outcomes of municipal broadband systems.
Looking at the Federal Communications Commission’s Form 477 data from 2015 and 2016, three empirical facts emerge: