Papers

6/2/2004
Edward S. Pearsall
The Effects of Worksharing, Other Product Innovations and the 9/11-Anthrax Attack on U.S. Postal Volumes and Revenues Presented June 2-5, 2004 at the Twelfth Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics, Cork, Ireland.
11/13/2003
Edward S. Pearsall
The Potential Welfare Benefits From Two-Part Tariffs for Bulk Mailers Sponsored by the Postal Rate Commission and presented November 13-14, 2003 at the Third Conference on "Regulation, Competition and Universal Service in the Postal Sector,"
10/17/2003
PRC Staff
The Cost of Universal Service in the U.S. and Its Impact on Competition Robert H. Cohen.
6/4/2003
PRC Staff
An Empirical Analysis of the Graveyard Spiral Robert H. Cohen. Presented June 4-7, 2003 at the Eleventh Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics, Toledo, Spain. Published in Competitive Transformation of the Postal and Delivery Sector,
11/15/2002
Richard B. Kielbowicz
Universal Postal Service: A Policy History, 1790-1970
8/15/2001
PRC Staff
The Postal Services Commission (Postcomm) The Independent National Regulatory Body for the UK Postal Sector
6/9/2001
PRC Staff
A Comparison of the Burden of Universal Service in Italy and the United States Robert H. Cohen. Presented June 6-9, 2001 at the Ninth Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics, Sorrento, Italy.
6/6/2001
PRC Staff
Postal Administrations and Non-Postal Products A study of Justifications and Difficulties Associated with Decisions to Diversify Into Non-Postal Areas Robert Mitchell. Presented at the 9th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics, June 6-9, 2001, Sorre
2/19/2001
PRC Staff
The Impact of Using Worksharing to Liberalize a Postal Market Presented February 19-21, 2001 at the WIK 6th Koenigswinter Seminar on Postal Economics. Published in Liberalisation of Postal Markets
6/7/2000
PRC Staff
Preparing the Postal Service's Rate Structures for Competition: A Study of How the United States Postal Service Might Adjust to Increased Competitive Pressure Robert Mitchell. Presented June 7-10, 2000 at the Conference on Postal Delivery and Economics, T

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