Suderman on Spectrum

Lynne Kiesling As an addendum to my earlier post on the DOJ’s challenge of the AT&T/T-Mobile merger, Peter Suderman at Reason has an informative post (with good links@) making essentially the same point as mine. The more the merrier!

You Will Never Get a Railway Thereby …

Lynne Kiesling Seriously, this is why I love Joseph Schumpeter — from The Theory of Economic Development, p. 64, fn 1: “… what we are about to consider is that kind of change arising from within the system which so displaces its equilibrium point that the new one cannot be reached from the old one … More You Will Never Get a Railway Thereby …

Quality, Broadband, and Spectrum: What the Doj’s At&t/T-Mobile Lawsuit Misses

Lynne Kiesling Yesterday’s announcement that the US DOJ would challenge the merger of AT&T’s wireless business with T-Mobile’s was surprising, and their approach to the merger seems to be more conventional and rooted in old HHI-market share and price effect metrics. Their analysis suggests that due to the substantial overlap in the existing separate AT&T … More Quality, Broadband, and Spectrum: What the Doj’s At&t/T-Mobile Lawsuit Misses