A Brief Review and Analysis of Spectrum Auctions in Canada
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We begin by explaining the importance of efficient spectrum allocation and reviewing Canada’s recent spectrum allocation history. We then use a dataset covering more than 1,200 licenses auctioned from 2001 to 2015 that seeks to account for each auction’s particular rules. Our results confirm that measures of demand such as population covered, income levels, frequency levels, bandwidth, etc. indeed drive license valuation. We also quantify the negative impact on price of setting aside particular license auctions for new entrants, suggesting that the set-aside provision constitutes an implicit subsidy for those firms.
CitationMartinez-Cid, Ricardo; & Jiao, Wenfei (2017). A Brief Review and Analysis of Spectrum Auctions in Canada. Honors thesis, Duke University. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/14310.
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