How To Restore Effective FCC Leadership

By on Nov, 17 2016 with Comment 1

By Mark Jamison
Visiting Fellow, American Enterprise Institute

Outgoing FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has often been criticized for his lack of effective leadership. Politicization, the decline of analytical work, and lack of transparency have plagued the agency. Perhaps the most challenging job for the new chairman will be rebuilding the agency’s credibility, pushing back the political opportunists, and mending the commission’s internal divisions.

Fortunately, previous chairmen have provided some lessons on how to do this.

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