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Telemarketing and Competition: An Economic Analysis of Do Not Call Regulations

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Title: Telemarketing and Competition: An Economic Analysis of Do Not Call Regulations  
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Language: English
Subject: Trade, Import and export controls, Federal Trade Commission (U.S.)
Collections: Economics Publications Collection, Federal Trade Commission
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Telemarketing and Competition: An Economic Analysis of Do Not Call Regulations Executive Summary: The U.S. Federal Trade commission is currently evaluating introduction of a national Do Not Call mechanism to limit telemarketing communications. Similar proposals have already been implemented by seventeen U.S. states, although participation rates vary widely. The conventional economic argument used in favor of limiting telephone sales calls is based on the belief that a meaningful externality is created by such calls. By limiting calls, it is thought that these external costs could be reduced.

 

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