Chief of the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau
Federal Communications Commission, U.S.A
OPENING SESSION / MONDAY 17TH JUNE, 13:30 > 15:15
5G Policy perspectives
Government Policies for 5G
Progress of 5G Spectrum Harmonization and Regulatory Policy
Mr. Stockdale is the Chief of the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Prior to rejoining the Commission, Mr. Stockdale was a partner at Bates White Economic Consulting and, before that, a partner at Mayer Brown LLP.
Mr. Stockdale first joined the FCC’s Common Carrier Bureau (now the Wireline Competition Bureau) in 1994 as an attorney advisor and later as Deputy Division Chief and Associate Bureau Chief for Economics. He later served as Director of Research in the Office of Policy and Planning and finally as Deputy Bureau Chief and Chief Economist for the Wireline Competition Bureau.
He earned his doctorate in economics and a law degree from Yale University and bachelor degrees from Yale College and King’s College, Cambridge University.