Why “Fair” Competition Fails in the Telephone Industry: The Case of Wavelength Services

By Lawrence Gasman. TechKnowledge No. 27. November 26, 2001.

The Digital TV Transition: The Fairy Tale Continues

By Adam D. Thierer. TechKnowledge No. 26. November 9, 2001.

Structural Separation of the Bells - An Idea Whose Time Has Passed

By Adam D. Thierer and Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.. TechKnowledge No. 17. August 20, 2001.

Broadband Deployment and the Digital Divide: A Primer

By Wayne A. Leighton. Policy Analysis No. 410. August 7, 2001.

Broadband Tax Credits: The High-Tech Pork Barrel Begins

By Adam D. Thierer. TechKnowledge No. 14. July 13, 2001.

Beware of the Cellular Keystone Cops

By Adam D. Thierer. TechKnowledge No. 8. May 9, 2001.

A 10-Point Agenda for Comprehensive Telecom Reform

By Adam D. Thierer. Briefing Paper No. 63. May 8, 2001.

Solving America’s Spectrum Crisis,

By Adam D. Thierer. TechKnowledge No. 4. April 18, 2001.

The Libertarian Vision for Telecom and High-Technology

By Adam D. Thierer and Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.. TechKnowledge No. 1. April 3, 2001.

Why Silicon Valley Should Not Normalize Relations With Washington, D.C.

By T.J. Rodgers. White Paper. September 4, 2000.

Open Access Private Interests and the Emerging Broadband Market

By William E. Lee. Policy Analysis No. 379. August 29, 2000.

Encouraging Research: Taking Politics out of R&D

By Solveig Singleton and Stephen Slivinski. White Paper. September 13, 1999.

Letter Responding to Rep. Gillmor’s Call for Proposals on FCC Reform

By Solveig Singleton. White Paper. July 9, 1999.

Universal Service: The New Telecommunications Entitlements and Taxes

By Lawrence Gasman. Policy Analysis No. 310. June 25, 1998.

Silicon Valley versus Corporate Welfare

By T.J. Rodgers. Briefing Paper No. 37. April 27, 1998.

Electric Avenues: Why “Open Access” Can’t Compete

By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 301. April 13, 1998.

Reforming Universal Service: Competitive Bidding or Consumer Choice

By Peter K. Pitsch. Briefing Paper No. 29. May 7, 1997.

How to Treat the Costs of Shared Voice and Video Networks in a Post-Regulatory Age

By Alfred Kahn. Policy Analysis No. 264. November 27, 1996.

The Promise of High-Definition Television: The Hype and the Reality

By Thomas Gale Moore. Policy Analysis No. 123. August 30, 1989.

The First Amendment Versus Municipal Regulation of Cable Television

By William E. Lee. Policy Analysis No. 40. August 7, 1984.

Cable Television: An Unnatural Monopoly

By Clint Bolick. Policy Analysis No. 34. March 13, 1984.