2 Universal service and disabled people
3 Digital fixation: The law and economics of a fixed e-book price
4 Legal, economic and cultural aspects of file sharing
5 Elvis is returning to the building: Understanding a decline in unauthorized file sharing
6 Baywatch: Two approaches to measure the effects of blocking access to The Pirate Bay
7 Perspectives of creators and performers on the digital era
8 Valuing commercial radio licenses
9 Setting licence fees for renewing telecommunication spectrum based on an auction
10 Measuring the welfare effects of public television
11 Synthesis: The role of economic evidence
Empirical Evidence for Policy in Telecommunication, Copyright & Broadcasting
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This dissertation contains nine articles with an empirical focus in copyright, telecommunication, and broadcasting and investigates the role and impact of economic evidence for policymaking in the field of information law.