Deployment of fibre optic networks within the framework of publicâ€“private partnerships projects
Igor Brusic and
International Journal of Management and Network Economics, 2009, vol. 1, issue 3, 308-326
Traditional (incumbent) network operators are mainly not in the position or willing to deploy a fibre-based broadband communication network financed by private capital to 100% and there will be areas where the roll-out of such networks will not be likely. There will be cases in which a network operator will seek support at different levels from a third party, e.g., by specific financing programmes or via Publicâ€“Private Partnership (PPP) projects to share the risk and to have partners to conduct the network roll-out. This paper is analysing conditions and solutions in cases where a public financing and support is needed to make such investments available and to ensure that the network roll-out will be realised.
Keywords: fibre optic networks; network deployment; PPP; publicâ€“private partnerships; fibre networks; broadband networks; public financing; public support. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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