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The relationship between competition and broadband performance is complex. Previously, authors have suggested that
medium regulation of entry would be the most important tool to promote investment and innovation (Aghion et alii 2005;
Katz 2007 and 2008); however, previous empirical data has shown that medium entry regulations do not lead countries to the
same broadband performance across all nations. This paper examines the interactions between regulatory variables with
social, demographic and educational factors. The main goal is to look into the different ways countries can achieve similar
broadband performance and uses Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) to examine 27 European countries from 1997 to