Efeitos da desoneração tributária sobre a difusão da banda larga no Brasil: Enfoque na incidência do FISTEL sobre o terminal de acesso individual por satélite
Effects of tax relief on broadband diffusion in Brazil: Focus on the incidence of FISTEL over the individual satellite access terminal
Luciano De Freitas (),
Leonardo Euler de Morais and
Egon Cervieri Guterres
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This study analyzes the economic and tax effects of an eventual equalization of the satellite based access terminals and mobile cellular broadband, for the purpose of charging the Telecommunications Inspection Fund (FISTEL). Estimates of demand were elaborated with the aid of empirical instruments to gauge the price elasticity and projections of demand for broadband service. Results indicate that the eventual equalization of taxes incidence induces growth of the band penetration in Brazil, as well as generates positive effects on the aggregate of the tax revenue from satellite broadband providers.
Keywords: Banda Larga; Satélite; Banda Ka; FISTEL; Broadband; Satellite; Brazil; Ka band (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: O1 O2 O23 O25 O3 O33 O38 O4 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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