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Lawrence J. Spiwak, Biting Off More Than It Can Chew?  Some Thoughts On The FTC's Advance Notice Of Proposed Rulemaking On "Commercial Surveillance And Data Security", PHOENIX CENTER POLICY BULLETIN No. 59 (September 2022).
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PHOENIX CENTER POLICY PERSPECTIVE No. 22-05:
George S. Ford, Speed-Tests:  Substitute for, or Complement to, Broadband Maps? (September 20, 2022).
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PHOENIX CENTER POLICY PERSPECTIVE No. 22-04:
George S. Ford, Overstating Broadband Availability:  An Assessment of the “All-In” Assumption for FCC 477 Data (September 14, 2022).
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T. Randolph Beard and George S. Ford, Digital Discrimination:  Fiber Availability and Speeds by Race and Income, PHOENIX CENTER POLICY PAPER No. 58 (September 2022).
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Phoenix Center Amicus Brief Before the Supreme Court of the United States in Support of Respondents on Writ of Certiorari in The Andy Warhol Foundation For The Visual Arts, Inc. v. Lynn Goldsmith And Lynn Goldsmith, Ltd. (filed August 15, 2022).
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George S. Ford, The American Innovation and Choice Online Act is an “Economics-Free Zone”, Notice & Comment – Yale Journal on Regulation (June 10, 2022).
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PHOENIX CENTER POLICY PERSPECTIVE No. 22-03:
George S. Ford, Challenges to Universal Adoption: A Look at NTIA's New Data (June 9, 2022).
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Lawrence J. Spiwak, The Third Time is Not the Charm: Significant Problems Remain With Senator Klobuchar's Antitrust Reform Bill, Federalist Society Blog (June 7. 2022).
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T. Randolph Beard, George S. Ford and Michael Stern, You Can’t Sell That: Understanding the Economic Consequences of Pending California Assembly Bill No. 437, PHOENIX CENTER POLICY BULLETIN No. 58 (May 2022).
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George S. Ford, What is the Effect of Rock Quarries on Home Prices? An Empirical Analysis of Three Cities, PHOENIX CENTER POLICY PAPER No. 57 (May 2022).
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T. Randolph Beard, George S. Ford and Michael Stern, Product Guidance By Digital Platforms: A Welfare Analysis, PHOENIX CENTER POLICY BULLETIN No. 57 (May 2022).
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Lawrence J. Spiwak, A Change in Direction for the Federal Trade Commission?, Truth on the Market (April 26. 2022).
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George S. Ford, A Comparative Analysis of Mobile Wireless Broadband Speeds in Cities Across the World, PHOENIX CENTER POLICY BULLETIN No. 56 (March 2022).
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George S. Ford and Michael Stern, Policy Failures for Public Safety: New Rules For The 4.9 GHz Band, PHOENIX CENTER POLICY BULLETIN No. 55 (March 2022).
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Lawrence J. Spiwak, Why Does Congress Want to Break Amazon Prime?, Notice & Comment – Yale Journal on Regulation (February 18, 2022).
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PHOENIX CENTER POLICY PERSPECTIVE No. 22-02:
George S. Ford and Michael Stern, Retail Platform Bias? (February 10, 2022).
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George S. Ford, A Comparative Analysis of Fixed Broadband Speeds in Cities Across the World, PHOENIX CENTER POLICY BULLETIN No. 54 (February 2022).
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PHOENIX CENTER POLICY PERSPECTIVE No. 22-01:
George S. Ford, EBB, Lifeline, and ACP: Some Guidance (January 13, 2022).
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George S. Ford, Antitrust Reform and the Law of Unintended Consequences, Notice & Comment – Yale Journal on Regulation (January 7, 2022).
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2021 ANNUAL REPORT
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Lawrence J. Spiwak, The Unintended Consequences of Restricting Small Firm Acquisitions in the Tech Sector, Federalist Society Blog (January 6, 2022).
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Lawrence J. Spiwak, A Change in Direction for the Federal Trade Commission?, 22 Federalist Society Review 304 (2021).
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Phoenix Center Final Amicus Brief Before the D.C. Circuit in Support of Petitioners in Northstar Wireless, LLC, and SNR Wireless LicenseCo, LLC, v. Federal Communications Commission, et al. (filed November 2, 2021).
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PHOENIX CENTER POLICY PERSPECTIVE No. 21-05:
George S. Ford, A Quality Check on Form 477 Data:  Errors, Subsidies, and Econometrics (October 27, 2021).
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Lawrence J. Spiwak, Credibility Problems with the Restatement of Copyright Project, Federalist Society Blog (August 3, 2021).
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George S. Ford and R. Alan Seals, The Rewards Of Municipal Broadband: An Econometric Analysis Of The Labor Market, Telecommunications Policy (31 July 2021).
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George S. Ford, Electricity Rates And The Funding Of Municipal Broadband Networks: An Empirical Analysis, 102 Energy Economics (October 2021).
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PHOENIX CENTER POLICY PERSPECTIVE No. 21-04:
George S. Ford, Assessing Broadband Policy Options:  Empirical Evidence on Two Relationships of Primary Interest (July 28, 2021).
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Phoenix Center Initial Amicus Brief Before the D.C. Circuit in Support of Petitioners in Northstar Wireless, LLC, and SNR Wireless LicenseCo, LLC, v. Federal Communications Commission, et al. (filed July 19, 2021).
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George S. Ford, Electricity Rates and the Funding of Municipal Broadband Networks: An Empirical Analysis, PHOENIX CENTER POLICY BULLETIN No. 53 (June 2021).
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Lawrence J. Spiwak, The FCC Should Not Take a Piecemeal Approach to Public Safety Spectrum, Notice & Comment – Yale Journal on Regulation (May 27, 2021).
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George S. Ford, Race and Broadband Adoption:  A Decomposition Analysis, PHOENIX CENTER POLICY BULLETIN No. 52 (May 2021).
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Lawrence J. Spiwak, Remembering A Time When Broadband Policy Was Bipartisan, Federalist Society Blog (May 11, 2021).
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Testimony of Phoenix Center Chief Economist Dr. George S. Ford before the House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce - Subcommittee Communications & Technology, Hearing on “Broadband Equity: Addressing Disparities in Access and Affordability” (May 6, 2021).
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T. Randolph Beard, George S. Ford and Michael Stern, The Day the Music Died (in California):  An Analysis of California Assembly Bill AB-1385, PHOENIX CENTER POLICY BULLETIN No. 51 (May 2021).
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Lawrence J. Spiwak, In Response to Joel Thayer, Federalist Society Blog (April 8, 2021).
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PHOENIX CENTER POLICY PERSPECTIVE No. 21-03:
George S. Ford, Form 477, Speed-Tests, and the American Broadband User’s Experience (March 31, 2021).
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George S. Ford, Testing the Economics of the Net Neutrality Debate: A Comment, 45 Telecommunications Policy (June 2021).
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George S. Ford, Confusing Relevance And Price: Interpreting And Improving Surveys On Internet Non-Adoption, 45 Telecommunications Policy (March 2021).
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T. Randolph Beard, George S. Ford and Michael Stern, Innovation, Exit, and Restrictions on Tech Mergers and Acquisitions, PHOENIX CENTER POLICY BULLETIN No. 50 (March 2021).
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PHOENIX CENTER POLICY PERSPECTIVE No. 21-02:
Lawrence J. Spiwak, A Poor Case for a “Digital Platform Agency” (March 9, 2021).
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George S. Ford, The Perils of a $15 Federal Minimum Wage, Delaware Valley Journal (February 22, 2021).
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Lawrence J. Spiwak, The Folly of “Line of Business” Restrictions for Big Tech, The Hill (February 19, 2021).
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George S. Ford, Beware of Calls for a New Digital Regulator, Notice & Comment – Yale Journal on Regulation (February 19, 2021).
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PHOENIX CENTER POLICY PERSPECTIVE No. 21-01:
George S. Ford, Updating the Minimum Wage:  Setting a Uniform Wage Across a Diverse America (February 16, 2021).
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Lawrence J. Spiwak, The Biden Administration Subjects the Internet to a “Death by 50 State Cuts”, Federalist Society Blog (February 10, 2021).
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Lawrence J. Spiwak, The FCC’s Regulatory “Bonfire of the Vanities”, Federalist Society Blog (February 1, 2021).
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T. Randolph Beard, George S. Ford and Lawrence J. Spiwak, Spatial Competition In Automobile Retailing, Applied Economics (17 January 2021).
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