The 29th Postal and Delivery Economics Conference will be held online.
All participants and authors are requested to pay a registration fee, except for a limited number of persons from approved sponsoring organisations or full-time faculty of colleges and universities selected for the programme.
Requests for additional information on the Conference can be addressed to Chiara Carrozza at email@example.com.
Conference papers might be selected for the edited volume that is published every year after the event to give visibility to the contributions presented. Authors of the papers selected for the programme will receive all the information on the prospects of publication in the volume once an agreement is reached with a publisher.
The Postal and Delivery Economics Conference is supported by public and private organisations. Please consider becoming a supporting organisation. Informal inquiries can be addressed to Prof Pier Luigi Parcu at Pierluigi.Parcu@eui.eu (please also add in cc Chiara Carrozza at firstname.lastname@example.org).
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