May 2022

Explaining cost escalation on Ireland’s National Broadband Plan: A Path Dependency Perspective

Eoin Reeves (ed), University of Limerick, Ireland

Study by Gary Healy, Dónal Palcic & Eoin Reeves

This month’s column departs from the norm as I cover one of my own co-authored papers.  The paper covers PPPs and broadband infrastructure, the importance of which is in sharp focus since the Covid-19 pandemic.  As academics are not necessarily the best judges of their own work, I dispense with my own comments on the paper.  Readers are therefore invited to draw their own conclusions.

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