Preface. Foreword: The Commercial Postal Businesses; E. Toime. 1. A Review of Efforts to Develop a New Policy Framework for Postal Services in the European Union; J.I. Campbell, Jr. 2. Deregulation of Australia's Postal Services; M.C. Castro. Comments; J. Haldi. 3. The Application of Legal Safeguards Against Predation to the Postal Services Industry; W.E. Kovacic. 4. Measuring the Performance of the Public Postal Service Provider in Germany; H. Hofmann. 5. Measuring Quality of Service of International Mail; T. Grzesiak, T. Reenberg. 6. Post-Appointment Preference Shaping and its Influence on Judicial Analysis of Economic Regulation Issues; W.E. Kovacic. 7. A Consumers' Group's View of New Services, Quality, and Regulation; C.J. Michell. 8. Pricing in Postal Service under Competitive Entry; M.A. Crew, P.R. Kleindorfer. 9. An Econometric Model of Postal Delivery; M.D. Bradley, J. Colvin. 9. The Scope of the Reserved Area; I. Reay. 11. Price Caps for Postal Service; W.A.K. Speckbacher. 12. Use of Technology Arising from Customers' Needs; H. Tuominen. 13. On the Structure of Inter-Firm Postal Demand; T. Azumi. 14. Analysis of Economies of Scale in Small Package Carrier Service in Japan; T. Azumi, K. Umemura. 15. Replacement of Letter Mail by Electronic Communications to the Year 2010; H. Nikali. 16. Regulation of Unregulated Firms: the Postal Service and UPS; E.R. Costich, W.G. Willette. 17. Alternative Scenarios forthe Reform of Postal Services: Optimal Pricing and Welfare; H. Cremer, M. De Rycke, A. Grimaud. 18. Aggregate Letter Traffic Demand in the United Kingdom and the Economy; J. Nankervis, F. Rodriguez.
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