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Well Connected? Building Capacity for Pro-Competitive Telecommunications Regulation in Three Caribbean States

  • Martin Lodge
  • Lindsay Stirton
Part of the International Political Economy Series book series (IPES)

Abstract

Among the key controversies in development has been the contribution of the state to the achievement of particular development goals. Themes of ‘state capacity’ and ‘state autonomy’ have been used to highlight the importance of the state in developing and fostering economic development, such as during ‘second wave’ industrialization (such as 19th century Germany) or in the countries of South East Asia (Evans 1995; Polidano 2001).

Keywords

Regulatory Autonomy World Trade Organization Federal Communication Commission Regulatory Reform World Trade Organization Agreement 
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© Martin Lodge and Lindsay Stirton 2005

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  • Martin Lodge
  • Lindsay Stirton

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