Professor Babette Boliek, "Improved Economic Analysis Should Be Lasting Part of Pai's FCC Legacy" -- The Hill
Professor Babette E. Boliek has co-authored the opinion article, "Improved Economic Analysis Should Be Lasting Part of Pai's FCC Legacy," published in The Hill. The article considers the legacy of current Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai. Professor Boliek's co-authors are two other former FCC Chief Economists, Jerry Ellig and Jeff Prince.
Excerpt from "Improved Economic Analysis Should Be Lasting Part of Pai's FCC Legacy"
As the Biden administration and the Senate wrangle over the next nominee to chair the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), they will likely debate the nominee's views on contentious policy issues such as net neutrality and Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. But a key element of current Chairman Ajit Pai's legacy is a commitment to improved rulemaking processes and quality. That commitment is evident in changes to the structure and processes of the FCC made to ensure that quality economic analysis informs policy decisions.
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