What Does the Future Hold for Telecoms?
What is the impact of All-IP, emerging OTT players, fixed-mobile convergence, new business models, etc. on telecoms operators? On June 15, 2017, IDATE DigiWorld publishes a special issue of the DigiWorld Economic Journal (No. 106, 2nd quarter 2017) on these questions, edited by Paul de Bijl (Radicand Economics), Richard Feasey (Fronfraith Ltd, London), Denis Lescop (Télécom Ecole de Management, Institut Mines-Télécom, Paris) and Yves Gassot (IDATE DigiWorld, Montpellier).
TILEC Workshop on media and telecommunications
On June 1st, 2017, Paul de Bijl will be discussiant of a presentation by Professor Rob Frieden (Penn State University) on net neutrality, at the 4th TILEC Workshop on Competition Policy and Regulation in Media and Telecommunications: Bridging Law and Economics (Tilburg University).
Executive teaching MBA Business & IT
On May 8, 2017, Paul de Bijl gives a session on the Economics of Digital Platforms, as part of the module Digital Strategy and Transformation (Modular Executive MBA in Business & IT) at Nyenrode Business University. The session will deal with platform governance and regulation, illustrated by a case study on the smartwatch developed by MMT and the Swiss watch manufacturer Frederique Constant.
What we do
Radicand Economics provides trusted economic consulting services to firms, policy makers, market authorities and regulators on competition policy, economic regulation, supervision and public policy. Provides leadership and builds connections in difficult and sensitive projects. Radicand Economics also provides tailor-made executive courses.
What sets us apart
Profound economic expertise — connected to state-of-art academic insights;
Extensive experience with economic policy and strategy consulting;
Antenna for considerations and paradigms employed by government officials and policy makers;
- Preeminently equipped to chart a course and stick to it — builds and provides trust in the overall process.
About the name
The name stands for our profound experience and expertise: in mathematical expression √x, the value "x" is called the radicand — the thing we are finding the root of.