Telecommunications Regulation in the Caribbean Community. Challenges for the telecommunications regulation in Suriname. Nassau, Bahamas July 15 2008. Presented by: Robert Hahn. Topics. Introduction Theoretical Framework Research Model Key findings Conclusions Recommendations.
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Challenges for the telecommunications regulation in Suriname
July 15 2008
Presented by: Robert Hahn
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1.1) What are the regulatory factors?
1.2) What are the different applications of the regulatory factors?
2.1) What are the main problems in the introduction of regulatory factors in the CARICOM countries?
2.2) What factors need to change in order to serve the needs of the CARICOM countries?
3.1) What is the performance of the regulatory factors in the 13 CARICOM countries?
3.2) To what extent are experienced problems with regulation related to (or caused by) the developing countries’ characteristics?
4.1) What are the most important similarities between the different country analyses?
4.2) What are the most important differences between the different country analyses?
4.3) What recommendations can be derived based on these comparisons in terms of the application of regulatory factors that leads to the best performance in the regulation of the telecommunication market in Suriname?
The characteristics of developing countries described by Laffont (2005) have a negative impact on the effectiveness of the applied RFW’s in developing countries.
Effectiveness of the Regulatory Environment
High level of corruption
Absence of well developed accounting & Auditing systems
Weakness of rule of law
High cost of public funds
Limitations of the Government
Characteristics of developing countriesTheoretical Framework Applied