Resource Library

Newly Released

  • Parsing the Debate over Government-Owned Broadband Networks (April 2013) (PDF)
  • Charles M. Davidson & Michael J. Santorelli, Evaluating the Rationales for Government-Owned Broadband Networks (March 2013) (PDF)
  • Charles M. Davidson & Michael J. Santorelli, ACLP Briefing: Communications Network Outages – Learning from Hurricane Sandy (December 2012) (PDF)
  • Charles M. Davidson, Michael J. Santorelli & Thomas Kamber, Toward an Inclusive Measure of Broadband Adoption, 6 International Journal of Communication 2555–2575 (October 2012) (PDF)
  • Broadband and the Empire State: Toward Universal Connectivity in New York (September 2012) (PDF)
  • A Primer on Broadband Adoption: Trends, Barriers, and Effective Approaches to Closing Gaps in Utilization (September 2012) (PDF)
  • A Primer on Spectrum (September 2012) (PDF)
  • A Primer on State Efforts to Reform Telecommunications Policies (August 2012) (PDF)
  • A Primer on mHealth (August 2012) (PDF)
  • A Primer on Data Consumption: Trends & Emerging Business Models (February 2012) (PDF)

ACLP Scholarship Series

  • Rachelle B. Chong, The 31 Flavors of the net Neutrality Debate: Beware the Trojan Horse, ACLP Scholarship Series (December 2007) (PDF)
  • Tony Clark and Michael Santorelli, Federalism in Wireless Regulation: A New Model for a New World, ACLP Scholarship Series (February 2009) (PDF)
  • Charles M. Davidson, Losing the Forest for the Trees: Properly Contextualizing the Use of Early Termination Fees in the Current Wireless Marketplace, ACLP Scholarship Series (June 2009) (PDF)

Broadband

  • Charles Davidson and Michael Santorelli, Network Effects: An Introduction to Broadband Technology and Regulation, A Report to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (December 2008) (PDF)
  • Charles Davidson and Michael Santorelli, Barriers to Broadband Adoption, A Report to the Federal Communications Commission (October 2009) (PDF)
  • Charles M. Davidson, Michael J. Santorelli & Thomas Kamber, Broadband Adoption: Why it Matters & How it Works, 19 Media L. & Pol’y 14-56 (2009) (PDF)
  • Charles Davidson and Bret Swanson, Net Neutrality, Investment & Jobs: Assessing the Potential Impacts of the FCC’s Proposed Net Neutrality Rules on the Broadband Ecosystem, (June 2010) (PDF)
  • Charles M. Davidson & Michael J. Santorelli, Seizing the Mobile Moment: Spectrum Allocation Policy for the Wireless Broadband Century, 19 CommLaw Conspectus 1-74 (2010) (PDF)
  • Charles M. Davidson & Michael J. Santorelli, Municipal Broadband in the United States, 5 Telefónica Journal on Regulatory and Economic Policy in Telecommunications 94-101 (September 2010) (PDF)
  • Michael J. Santorelli, Regulatory Federalism in the Age of Broadband: A U.S. Perspective, 2 Policy & Internet 99-128 (2010) (PDF)
  • High-Level Summary of the FCC’s USF/ICC Reform Order and What it Means for States (December 2011) (PDF)
  • Charles M. Davidson & Michael J. Santorelli, Realizing the Smart Grid Imperative: A Framework for Enhancing Collaboration Between Energy Utilities & Broadband Service Providers, Time Warner Cable Research Program on Digital Communications (August 2011) (PDF)

Broadband & Seniors

  • Charles Davidson and Michael Santorelli, The Impact of Broadband on Seniors, A Report to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (December 2008) (PDF)
  • Stats, Data, and Observations (December 2011) (PDF)
  • Policy Recommendations (PDF)

Broadband & People with Disabilities

  • Charles Davidson and Michael Santorelli, The Impact of Broadband on People with Disabilities, A Report to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (December 2009) (PDF)
  • Stats, Data, and Observations (December 2011) (PDF)
  • Policy Recommendations (PDF)

Broadband & Telemedicine

  • Charles Davidson and Michael Santorelli, The Impact of Broadband on Telemedicince, A Report to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (April 2009) (PDF)
  • Stats, Data, and Observations (December 2011) (PDF)
  • Policy Recommendations (PDF)

Broadband & Education

  • Charles M. Davidson & Michael J. Santorelli, The Impact of Broadband on Education, A Report to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (December 2010) (PDF)
  • Stats, Data, and Observations (December 2011) (PDF)
  • Policy Recommendations (LINK)