- A cost–benefit analysis of the 1984 AT&T antitrust settlement
- Theoretical and empirical studies that analyse the results of the settlement from its inception in 1984 to 1994
- An explanation for the recent policy decisions to reduce the amount of regulation in telecommunications
- Analysis vital to predicting the results of any deregulation in telecommunications in the future
THE BASIS FOR THE MFJ, 1984 AND 1994.
The MFJ: An Imperfect Solution (P. Temin).
The Competitive Effects of Line–of–Business Restrictions in Telecommunications (K. Arrow, et al.).
BENEFITS OF REMOVING THE MFJ LINE OF BUSINESS RESTRICTIONS.
Vertical Integration and Regulation in the Telephone Industry (A. Alchian).
The Benefits of Releasing the Bell Companies from the Interexchange Restrictions (P. Brandon & R. Schmalensee).
Realignment in Telecommunications (M. Maloney & R. McCormick).
THE POTENTIAL COSTS OF REMOVING THE LINE–OF–BUSINESS RESTRICTIONS.
Deterring Predation in Telecommunications: Are Line–of–Business Restraints Needed?
(S. Gates, et al.).
Empirical Tests of RBOC Leveraging and Cross–Subsidization (R. Higgins & M. McDonald).