Unilateral liberalisation of services: a case study of the mobile phone sector in Bangladesh

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Yusuf, Mohammad Abu (2017)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.4225/03/589297e7eac64
  • Subject: Uncategorized | quality of service (qos) | fdi | request-offer | marketisation | competition | voip | mobile phone service | technology acceptance model (tam) | thesis(doctorate) | mfn | gats | unilateral liberalisation | world trade organisation (wto) | services | binding commitments | teledensity | 2010 | national treatment (nt) | capture theory | tollbooth theory | neo-liberal theory | 1959.1/487462 | regulatory capture | state-concessions | significant market player (smp) | ethesis-20110420-165114 | open access and full embargo | btrc | lock-in | patron-clientelism | price collusion | monash:64579 | telecommunications | interconnection

Unilateral liberalisation of trade in goods and services has been considered an important policy objective. Most trade in services liberalisation in the developing world has taken place unilaterally; but it is not common among Least Developed Countries (LDCs). Among LDC... View more
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