Thomas W. Hazlett on Brookings Panel – “Internet Everywhere”

Hazlett stock photoOn November 27, the Economic Studies Program at Brookings hosted a forum, called Internet Everywhere: Broadband as a Catalyst for the Digital Economy, dedicated to the discussion of U.S. regulation of broadband platforms. IEP Director Thomas W. Hazlett was invited as a panelist, and the panel discussed regulatory threats and bright spots, as well as how regulatory policies can improve consumer welfare in the future.

Brookings page here.

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