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TRAINING ON COMPETITION POLICY AND INTERCONNECTION
IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKET OF MONGOLIA
4-7 July 2003 - Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

LIST OF DOCUMENTS

Presentations

Overview of Regulatory Training,
by Dr. Eun-Ju Kim
General Regulatory Overview
by Ms. Susan Schorr
Role of Regulators
by Dr. Eun-Ju Kim
Licensing: As a Market Entry
by Dr. Eun-Ju Kim
Why Regulator/Regulation and What to Regulate in the Telecom Sector?
by Tan Sri Nuraizah Abdul Hamid
Competition 1: Overview
by Dr. Eun-Ju Kim
Competition 2: Good Practices in Malaysia
by Mr. Mohamed Sharil Tarmizi
Competition 3: Good Practices in India
by Mr. Rajendra Singh
Competition 4: Mongolian Scenarios
by Mr. Mohamed Sharil Tarmizi
Interconnection 1: Theories and Models
by Mr. Mohamed Sharil Tarmizi
Interconnection 2: Mongolian Scenarios
by Mr. Mohamed Sharil Tarmizi
Universal Service in India
by Mr. Rajendra Singh
Universal Service/Access: Best Practices from Country Experiences
by Ms. Susan Schorr
Convergence 1: Overview
by Dr. Eun-Ju Kim
Convergence 2: Institutional and Legal Aspects in Mongolian Context with Recommendations?
by Mr. Mohamed Sharil Tarmizi

Reference Material

Regulations & Regulators Overview
Licensing: As a Market Entry
Why Regulator/Regulation and What to Regulate in the Telecom Sector?
Competition: Overview
Directive 2002/21/EC
Discovering Demand: Lessons from Wireless Competition in Asia and Africa
Code of practice for the competition in the provision of telecommunication service
Trends 2002 Chap. 2 Box 23
Trends 2002 Chap. 2 page 21
Trends 2002 Chap. 2 Sect. 2.4.2
Trends Chap. 6
Trends Chap. 6 Box 6.8
Singapore Case Study
Morocco Case Study
Botswana Case Study
Case Study: Feedback to Regulators from Invertors
Case Study: Feedback to Regulators from Consumers
Model Universal Service/Access
Part I:  Universal Service/Access Policy and Creation and Operation of Universal Service Funds
Model Universal Service/Access
Part II:  Minimum Subsidy Competitive Auction Mechanisms for Funding Public Telecom Access in Rural Areas and Tariff/Interconnection Regulation for the Promotion of Universal Service/Access
Model Universal Service/Access
Part III:  Telecentres Objectives and Strategies

Summary Reports

 
 

 

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