Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:25    |    
    Enrique Ghersi: telecom reform in Guatemala
    • Introduction
      • Importance of the Guatemalan reform
      • The Latin American contribution
    • Guatemalan reform: limitations
      • Terminological warning: difference between property rights and n derechos de propiedad
      • Personal rights versus real rights
      • Entitlements
    • Lack of constitutions in Latin America
    • The Peruvian case
  • 16:29    |    
    Alfredo Mena Lagos: telecom reform in El Salvador
    • Liberalization in El Salvador
      • The four pillars of the modernization
      • Problems after the liberalization
    • What remains to be done?
      • Investment in human capital
      • Tax reform
      • Lack of the rule of law
    • The problem of partisan democracy
    • Final thought
  • 28:34    |    
    David Salant: impact of spectrum management policy
    • Spectrum policy options: why have things worked?
    • Mobile penetration versus GDP/POP in different countries
    • Mobile penetration in Latin America
    • Spectrum management options
      • Ownership: public versus private
      • Trading spectrum
      • Management and use
    • Auction experience in various countries
      • U.S. PCS auction experience
      • European auction experience
      • A comparison between Nextel and Dolphin
      • Impact of limited liberalization in India
      • Identification of spectrum liberalization in Asia
    • Conclusion: how can Latin America benefit from spectrum liberalization?
  • 51:54    |    
    Questions
    • Eduardo Mayora: comments about the activity
    • Why the actual Latin American youth does not follow left wing parties?
    • Can any analogy be made between spectrum and subsoil?
    • How far can a privatization policy help our people?
    • Alfredo Mena Lagos: privatization as a mean not as and end
    • Why do you think economists haven't "economized" lawyers?
  • 01:11:11    |    
    Carmen Urízar: final words
  • 01:12:32    |    
    Final credits


Telecom Reform in Latin America

New Media  | 10 de junio de 2005  | Vistas: 12






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Enrique Ghersi es abogado especializado en análisis económico del Derecho y…

Presidente de Alimentos de El Salvador; de la Compañía Salvadoreña de…


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