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Part 4 – A Rejoinder to Weiser and Hatfield on Spectrum Rights
15 George Mason Law Review 1031-39 (June 2008). Thomas W. Hazlett, Professor of Law & Economics, George Mason University School of Law.
“The current spectrum regulatory system generates an enormous volume of verbiage but precious little analysis. This makes the probing and provocative discussion initiated by Professors Phil Weiser and Dale Hatfield both rare and valuable. In particular, I thank either of them for their warm and generous comments. Yet, perhaps ungratefully, I take the closing moments of this discussion to briefly comment on two issues where we seem to remain at odds. As they say on the London Underground, “mind the gap.”
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