The FSR C&M is organizing, in collaboration with the CRRI Centre at the Rutgers Business School, the 27th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics, a world leading Conference open to academics, representatives from companies, regulatory authorities, public institutions, sector-specific associations and consultancies active in the postal and delivery ecosystem.
This edition will be held in Dublin, Ireland, 22 – 25 May 2019. The topics covered include: market dynamics, regulatory challenges, the evolution of the business models, the emergence of new services, cost and demand analysis, the impact of digitalisation and big data in postal services.
- Raphaël Goulet | Head of Unit, DG Growth, European Commission
- João António Cadete de Matos | President of ANACOM and ERGP Chair
- Garrett Blaney | Chairperson at ComReg
A book is planned, arising from the Conference. Authors of papers selected for the programme will be advised on the prospects of publication in the conference volume once an agreement is reached with a publisher.
The hashtag for the postal conference will be #Postalconf2019 and you can follow our account on Twitter here for updates.
The registration fee for authors presenting papers is €1.200,00 provided payment is received by 28 February 2019. After this date the registration fee will be for the full-rate of €1.400,00. A no-cancellation policy is applicable to lead authors of accepted papers, unless we are notified prior to the abstract submission deadline. All participants are required to cover the cost of their travel and accommodation. In the case of full-time faculty of colleges and universities selected for the programme, a reduction or waiver of the registration fee may be available.
Castleknock Hotel – Porterstown Road, Castleknock, Dublin – www.castleknockhotel.com
Castleknock Hotel is a stunning golf hotel located 15 minutes from Dublin City and 20 minutes from Dublin airport. Located in a beautiful countryside setting, within easy reach of popular Dublin landmarks, on the edge of Phoenix park – the largest park within any European capital city- .
High speed wi-fi, brand new hotel spa, gym and pool, abundant natural light in the meeting rooms… the perfect location for our next conference!
Conference package fee, 3 days: € 730 – (€ 250 per day)
Conference package fee for two people sharing the room, 3 days: € 970 – (€ 330 per day)
Meals only: € 450 – (€150 per day)
Deadline for booking the hotel: 21 April
Should you be willing to support the Conference or should you need more information on the programme, please contact Paula Gori at firstname.lastname@example.org
Should you need any additional information regarding registration, booking and your stay please contact Elisabetta Spagnoli at email@example.com or call [+39] 0554685709
CONFIRMED SUPPORTERS SO FAR…
UPS, Pitney Bowes, Ofcom, Poste Italiane, Swiss Post, La Poste, Copenhagen Economics, bpost, IBM, Cullen International, ComReg, An Post, OXERA, Postal Hub Podcast
- The economic and social utility of the postal infrastructure: Above and beyond postal items delivery – Claire Borsenberger
- Pricing “Competitive” Postal Products – Tim Brennan
- Can the postal market afford affordability? – Bruno Basalisco, Martina Facino, Gerdis Marquardt, Henrik Okholm, Julia Wahl
- The Compensation Fund on the Postal Market. The Polish case – Mateusz Cholodecki
- Feel the width: the expanding scope of postal regulation – Peter Dunn
- Beyond the USO reflections on recent decisions on postal SGEIs – Alessandra Fratini, Manfredi Pucci di Benisichi
- Postal and Electronic Communication Services Together Again – Paula Gori and Pier Luigi Parcu
- Post Office Networks – Running to stand still – Felix Gottschalk
- Current challenges of postal universal-service regulation in microeconomic pictures – Felix Gottschalk
- A note on “postal consumers’ needs” and their role in postal regulation – Felix Gottschalk
- Postal Services. Quo Vadis? – John Hearn
- How the USO Might Help Influence and Enhance the
Growth of Smarter Cities – Adam Houck, V. Ian Stanford
- Postal traffic in Portugal: Applying time series modeling – Filipa Silva, Carla Machado
- Addressing the unaddressed: Providing addresses in unplanned Urban Settlements – Alex Pigot
- Ex-ante and ex-post access regime in the postal sector: a revival of margin squeeze – Pier Luigi Parcu, Anna Renata Pisarkiewicz
- (Un)Locking Parcel Lockers – Refusal to Supply – Til Rozman
- Mail mix changes as a moment to redefine a public service – Christopher Schwartz
- Demand elasticities at the intensive and extensive margins for advertising mail traffic in the UK – Frédérique Fève, Thierry Magnac, Soterios Soteri
- On Correcting the Cross-Subsidies Caused by the U.S. Postal Tariff – Edward S. Pearsall, Margaret M. Cigno, Lyudmila Y. Bzhilyanskaya
- Value Chain and Vertical Integration – Edward S. Pearsall
- Competition-and-Disruption-in-postal-and-telecom-markets – Alhava Torsti