Tuesday, 27 December 2011

Electronic communications in EU: BEREC blog posts

The previous blog post What is the EU doing for growth and jobs? painted a background picture of main reform programmes in the European Union.

In this context the Digital Agenda and the Digital Single Market are among the catchwords for growth-enhancing and life-enriching reforms in the EU.

If we go beyond the EU institutions in the important area of electronic communications, we find BEREC as a link between political declarations and market realities.


BEREC blog posts

In a number of blog posts we have discussed the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC), established by EU regulation 1211/2009 and with its office recently inaugurated in Riga (Latvia). These background posts are in English (EN), Finnish (FI) and Swedish (SV).

Grahnblawg (SV): Berec om nätneutralitet och öppenhet

Eurooppaoikeus (FI): Euroopan sähköisen viestinnän sääntelyviranomaisten yhteistyöelin (BEREC)

Grahnlaw (EN): Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC)

Grahnlaw (EN): EU electronic communications: BEREC medium term strategy consultation

Grahnlaw (EN): EU electronic communications: BEREC Work Programme 2012

Grahnlaw (EN): BEREC draft Work Programme 2012 consultation procedure

Grahnlaw (EN): Report on the consultation of the BEREC draft Work Programme 2012

Grahnblawg (SV): Elektronisk kommunikation i EU: Bakgrund till Berec 2012

Eurooppaoikeus (FI): Sähköisen viestinnän sääntely EU:ssa: taustalla BEREC

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Our next step takes us from the BEREC background to the substance of the Work Programme 2012.



Ralf Grahn