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79 Southern California Law Review 595-665 (2006). Thomas W. Hazlett, Professor of Law & Economics, George Mason University School of Law, Matthew L. Spitzer, Robert C. Packard Trustee Chair in Law and Professor of Political Science, University of Southern California Law School.

This Article examines tradeoffs in allocating spectrum for exclusive rights versus unlicensed use, focusing on an ongoing FCC rulemaking to create an “interference temperature.” This policy would permit unlicensed users to share bandwidth, including frequencies “exclusively” allocated to licensees, according to FCC rules. Our aim is to demonstrate that standard economic principles illuminate the path to proconsumer rules.

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