By Paul R. Kleindorfer, Michael A. Crew
All over the world, postal and supply economics has attracted substantial curiosity. a number of questions have arisen, together with the position of legislation, investment the common carrier legal responsibility, postal reform in Europe, Asia and North the United States, the way forward for nationwide Postal Operators, call for and pricing techniques, and the foundations that are supposed to govern the creation of pageant. gathered listed here are responses to those questions within the kind of 24 essays written via researchers, practitioners, and senior managers from in the course of the international. This quantity can have a huge allure, with an viewers starting from practitioners within the show and supply undefined, nationwide Postal Operators and executives, to economists, regulators, festival attorneys, agents, students in monetary legislation, and institutional libraries.
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S. A. R. Kleindorfer (eds), Postal and Delivery Services: Delivering on Competition, Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers Publishers. , D. Joram, L. Martin, B. A. R. Kleindorfer (eds), Liberalization of the Postal and Delivery Sector, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar. , K. Dewulf, D. Joram, C. Panet, B. Roy and O. Vialaneix (2007), ‘The accessibility of the postal retail network and the objectives of social cohesion and economic development’, to be presented at the 15th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics, Semmering, Austria.
De Rycke and A. A. R. Kleindorfer (eds), Managing Change in the Postal and Delivery Industries, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. , F. Gasmi, A. J. Laﬀont (2001), ‘Universal service: an economics perspective’, Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 72, 5–43. Crew, M. and P. Kleindorfer (1998), ‘Eﬃcient entry, monopoly and the universal service obligation in Postal Service’, Journal of Regulatory Economics, 14, 103–25. Crew, M. and P. Kleindorfer (2007), ‘Multi-national policies for the universal service obligation in the postal sector under entry’, Review of Network Economics, 2(2), 1–19.
This is similar to the problem of quality choice by a proﬁt-maximizing monopoly (see Varian, 1992, pp. 239–41). 3. The distribution of post oﬃces in Italy and the United States* Robert Cohen, Luigi Di Paola, Renée Sheehy and Vincenzo Visco Comandini 1. INTRODUCTION The post is considered a basic and fundamental service throughout the industrialized world. The universal service obligation (USO) for postal services always includes a mandate to render eﬀective and regular service to all areas (including rural ones).