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The Economics of Mobile Telecommunications

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This book distils years of work on the mobile telecommunications industry.
I became interested in this industry for professional reasons during the
mid-1990s, a period when the industry was making the jump from a
premium service industry for mostly professional users to a truly mass
market. In my capacity as an applied industrial organisation economist, I
had the unique opportunity of evaluating the business plans and strategies
of a large number of mobile telecommunications firms inside and outside
Europe. This provided me with valuable insights into the functioning of
this fascinating industry, as well as into its technological and operational
concerns.

This book makes extensive use of previously published material. It thus
also benefits from joint work done with Marion Hoenicke, Tommaso
Valletti and, in particular, Frank Verboven. The credit to them is given
in the appropriate sections throughout the book and the relevant papers
are quoted in the bibliography. Researching and writing articles with all of
them was an intellectually very rewarding experience, and I owe them my
thanks. I also received many useful comments and hints from colleagues
within the EIB and from the academic world. I would like to thank
Tommaso Valletti and two anonymous referees for having read the manuscript
and for their detailed comments. Ultimately, all responsibility for
the views expressed remains with the author, and they do not necessarily
reflect those of the European Investment Bank.
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