The Death of Distance

To borrow the title of Frances Cairncross’s estimable book, the death of distance is a fact. As the Economist points out in its current issue, falling transport costs have been a fact over the decades, and that has lead to the easier movement of goods, services, and jobs. But no transport cost has fallen as far as quickly as has telecom costs:

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