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Lee L. Selwyn


Dr. Lee L. Selwyn President, is an internationally recognized authority on telecommunications economics, regulation, and public policy. Since founding ETI in 1972, Dr. Selwyn has formulated numerous policy recommendations and regulatory devices that have been widely embraced by policymakers at all levels. He has provided expert testimony and analysis on technology, rate design, service cost analysis, market structure, form of regulation, and numerous other telecommunications policy issues before more than forty state commissions, the FCC, the United States Congress and a number of foreign regulatory bodies on behalf of commercial organizations, institutions, and local, state and federal government authorities. Dr. Selwyn regularly speaks on telecom policy at government and industry conferences worldwide, and has published dozens of articles on telecommunications industry issues.
[Ph.D. in Management, Alfred P. Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Master of Science in Industrial Management, MIT; B.A. with Honors in Economics, Queens College, City University of New York.]
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Colin B. Weir


Colin B. Weir Vice President, conducts economic, statistical, and regulatory research and analysis for ETI's clients, with a primary focus on the telecommunications industry. Mr. Weir has provided expert testimony before federal and state courts, the FCC, and state commissions, and has contributed research and analysis to numerous ETI publications and testimony at the state, federal, and international levels. Mr. Weir's experience includes work on a variety of issues, including: economic harm and damage calculation; Early Termination Fees (ETFs); wireless handset locking practices; determination of Federal Excise Tax burden; ISP-bound traffic studies; Area Code splits and numbering policy; Federal Universal Service; pricing and regulation of Unbundled Network Elements; analysis of special access rates-of-return and pricing trends; wireless pricing; and wireline telecommunications tariff and contract pricing.
[M.B.A. with honors, Northeastern University; B.A. cum laude in Business Economics, The College of Wooster.] Statement of Qualifications--Back to the top

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