Bruce P. Mehlman
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Since telecommuting increases the pool of applicants and thus the quality of employees it can give a firm a competitive advantage by being the employer of choice. (p. 19)
Definition of the Internet
The Internet is a series of private connected networks and works because of private investment. Competition and innovation make the Internet what it is. The current system has kept the Internet robust by encouraging the use of new technology to increase network efficiency and the offering of new services.
The prices of broadband services vary widely across the OECD and are commonly lower in markets with high levels of competition. (pp. 41)