The FSR C&M is organising, in collaboration with the CRRI Centre at the Rutgers Business School, the 28th 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.
A book is planned, composed of conference papers. 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 #Postalconf2020 and you can follow our account on Twitter here for updates.
Please consider becoming a supporting organisation. Organisations supporting the 27th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics, 22-25 May 2019, Dublin, Ireland, were: UPS, Pitney Bowes, Ofcom, Poste Italiane, Swiss Post, La Poste, Copenhagen Economics, bpost, IBM, Cullen International, ComReg, An Post, OXERA, Postal Hub Podcast.
Due to public health concerns in light of the worldwide outbreak of COVID-19 the 28th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics has been postponed until 2 – 5 December, 2020 and the location has been moved to Rome. Registration information will follow in due course.
The new deadline for submission of completed papers is 15 November, 2020.
Should you be willing to support the Conference or should you need more information on the programme, please contact Paula Gori at email@example.com
Should you need any additional information regarding registration, booking and your stay please contact Elisabetta Spagnoli at firstname.lastname@example.org or call [+39] 0554685709
Amazon, UPS, OFCOM, Swiss Post, Poste italiane, La Poste, Copenhagen Economics, IBM, COMREG, Cullen International, Poczta Polska, Office of Electronic Communications – UKE
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