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Michael A. Crew, Paul R. Kleindorfer, "Progress in the Competitive Agenda in the Postal and Delivery Sector (Advances in Regulatory Economics)"
Edward Elgar Pub | 2009-05 | ISBN: 184844060X | 347 pages | PDF | 2 MB
Regulation continues to be an important issue in the postal and delivery sector of the global economy. This latest volume in the Advances in Regulatory Economics series reflects the latest research on trends and policies affecting the postal sector and progress made in the industry's competitive agenda. It is global in scope and covers a broad range of legal and economic issues from leading scholars, researchers, and policy makers.
Topics covered include: service quality and price caps, the impact of price regulation on service quality, financing the USO, cost analysis and pricing of innovative postal products, postal demand studies, the effects of intermedia competition; mail order demand; Internet advertising, trends in direct mail, legal and regulatory issues related to the postal sector, competitive strategies in the parcel market, and environmental impacts of mail. The volume also provides concrete analyses of the driving forces underlying restructuring, transformation and privatization strategies of postal operators.
Scholars and practitioners in public sector economics and postal regulation will appreciate this in-depth treatment of their industry.
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