Thursday, July 01, 2010

Economic case for the NBN

In "NBN 101: The Economic Argument" Trevor Clarke (Computerworld, 30 June, 2010 15:09) presents a well researched and well presented outline of the economic rationale behind the National Broadband Network. This does not consider the wider social case for broadband access, such as social equity, health or education, but none the less is a very useful overview. I look forward to further articles in the series on how the NBN is planned to work and uses for it.

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