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Mr. William Fagan's presentation at QITCOM 2011
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Mr. William Fagan's presentation at QITCOM 2011

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Mr. William Fagan - Former Head of Regulatory Authority, ictQATAR

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  • 1. Broadband Regulation and Ecosystem
    William Fagan
    Doha
    25 May 2011
  • 2. Elements of Ecosystem
    Investment
    Physical elements- network and spectrum
    Services and ‘content’
    Market- suppliers and customers
    Regulatory and legal framework
    Other ‘external’ elements including international connectivity and indoor wiring
    National Economic Objectives
  • 3. Issues Surrounding Ecosystem
    Who can or will or should invest ?
    ‘Build it and they shall come’
    Supply versus demand profiling
    Market development
    What will customers buy – connectivity or content or both?
    Are there any ‘killer apps’ that will make the make the market succeed?
  • 4. Issues for Regulation and Ecosystem
    Can ‘good regulation’ help to achieve a successful ecosystem?
    Can ‘bad regulation’ prevent the growth of a successful ecosystem?
    Elements of ‘good regulation’ – regulatory forbearance - Ex ante- Ex post elements- ensuring available capacity as regards spectrum and fixed elements
    Should Governments get involved and in what circumstances and in what respects – such as in the event of a ‘market failure’ in achieving national economic objectives ?
  • 5. Any Other Issues?
    10 minute presentations
    Discussion Panel
    Questions from audience

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