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AJIC Issue 17, 2016

Thematic Issue: Economic Regulation, Regulatory Performance and Universal Access
in the Electronic Communications Sector

Prof. Simon Roberts, Professor of Economics and Director, Centre for Competition, Regulation and Economic Development (CCRED), University of Johannesburg

Ewan Sutherland, independent telecommunications policy analyst, Edinburgh; and Visiting Adjunct Professor, LINK Centre, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg

Thematic Overview: Economic Regulation and the Development of Telecoms, Mobile Money and Banking - Simon Roberts

Mobile Payments Markets in Kenya, Tanzania and Zimbabwe: A Comparative Study of Competitive Dynamics and Outcomes - Genna Robb and Thando Vilakazi

Competition in Mobile Financial Services: Lessons from Kenya and Tanzania - Rafe Mazer and Philip Rowan

Mobile Credit in Kenya and Tanzania: Emerging Regulatory Challenges in Consumer Protection, Credit Reporting and Use of Customer Transactional Data - Jason G Blechman

The “Evolution” of Regulation in Uganda’s Mobile Money Sector - Rory Macmillan, Anthea Paelo and Tamara Paremoer

Competition, Barriers to Entry and Inclusive Growth in Retail Banking: Capitec Case Study - Trudi Makhaya and Nicholas Nhundu

Opportunities for Universal Telecommunication Access in Rural Communities: A Case Study of 15 Rural Villages in Nigeria’s Kwara State - Olayiwola Wasiu Bello, Jayeola Femi Opadiji, Nasir Faruk and Yinusa Ademola Adediran

China and Africa: Alternative Telecommunication Policies and Practices - Ewan Sutherland

The Impact of the Call Termination Rate Reduction on Consumer Surplus in South Africa - Ryan Hawthorne

AJIC 17, Full Issue

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