The U.S. is lagging behind other developed countries in both Internet speed and subscriptions. WSJ analyzes why this is the case. If you consider the Internet as public goods and is likely to bring great welfare to the society, you would have no problem with public investment in this area.
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Lagging behind in the Internet
By Paul Deng in Uncategorized on .