LIRNEasia is a regional ICT policy and regulation think tank active across the Asia Pacific

Tag Archives: principal-agent theory

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Calling for Proposals from potential Bidders to conduct nationally representative studies of ICT access and use in Pakistan and Cambodia. Click on the country names for comprehensive information.

Unintended benefits of a conversation with Former Nigerian Minister of Communication Technology

I can’t recall exactly where (possibly Barcelona where I may have moderated a session she was in), but there was this memory of a conversation with the dynamic Omabola Johnson, about performance contracts that had been entered into by Ministers in her country. It was triggered during a TV talk show last week. Part 2 […]

LIRNEasia at International Open Data Conference 2015

The full webcast of the Shades of Open session which dealt with whether data held by private entities should be open is available here. At the session moderated by Stefaan Verhulst, I framed the issues within the context of principal-agent theory and competition and illustrated my arguments from our experience in working with mobile network […]

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