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Communities are increasingly involved in the design of public access programs (through surveys and participatory design techniques) as well as in the monitoring of such programs and even, in some instances, in the provision of public access through local nonproﬁt organizations. Involvement of intended beneﬁciaries is particularly important if telecommunications rollout is to be combined with access to advanced services such as the Internet. As with telecommunications networks in general, it is likely that telecenters will have a higher economic rate of return if they are multipurpose.
It may be that other designs could maximize the development impact of funds while insulating fund managers from pressures to misallocate funds on short-term political grounds. Based on cost estimates from the Chilean universal access scheme, one recent study (Keramane and Kenny, 2005) broadly approximated that the order of magnitude costs for a subsidy mechanism to provide worldwide universal access at the Chilean level would be less than US$6 billion, with a “ﬁnancing gap” (based on the likely level of funding available from operator levies) of approximately US$2 billion.
27 Particularly important in a sector such as telecommunications is the ability to attract FDI. As we have seen, FDI has been the major source of private participation on telecommunications infrastructure projects to date. 5 80% 90 100% 0% 20% 40% 6 60% 80% Not Available 100% 26. Given the strong relationship between competition and sector performance, it is unsurprising that ﬁxed line privatizations that are packaged with a guarantee of monopoly or exclusivity periods, while as much as doubling a sale price, also slow growth in mainline rollout by 40 percent (Wallsten 1999).