Part One: New Services. The Market for New Residential Services (J. Carey). Market Segmentation and the IBN Policy Debate (T. Curtis and K. Means). Believable Broadband for Businesses: Five Scenarios (P. Saffo and R. Johansen). Forecasting the Demand for New Broadband Services (M.C.J. Elton). Part Two: Technological and Economic Viability. The Technology of Broadband Networks (R.A. Mercer). An Engineering Cost and Policy Analysis of Introducing Fiber into the Residential Subscriber Loop (D.P. Reed and M.A. Sirbu). Network Integration Versus Network Segmentation (E.M. Noam). ISDN and the Small User: Regulatory Policy Issues (W. Lehr and R.G. Noll). Conflict Between Public Policy and Trends in Technology (B.L. Egan). Past and Future Perspectives on Communications Infrastructure (R.J. Solomon). Part Three: Institutional and Regulatory Issues. Players and Stakes (R. Pepper). CATV: The Impact of Deregulation and the Emerging Technology (T.W. Hazlett). Regulatory Status: A Preliminary Inquiry (M. Botein). Impending Legal Issues (M. Meyerson). Technical Standards and their Policy Implications (M.J. Marcus). Regulatory and Policy Issues (R. Pepper). Glossary. Index.