Worldwide, there is considerable interest in postal and delivery economics. Governments, particularly in the European Union, are examining closely the roles of the two systems and how best to regulate them. This volume brings together 20 essays originally presented at the 12th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics held in Cork, Ireland in June 2004. Contributors include researchers, practitioners, and senior managers from throughout the world.Table 2: Test A elasticities for PS2 Specific-price Cross-price elasticity Own-price Change in elasticity with PS1 elasticity prolit to ... increase PS1 prices beyond the price at which Asi:=(] to enable the PS2 price to increase if 7a;l+aqa#39;F-)(). ... and a fie unilateral increase in the PS1 price results in algg, a 10% price increase in apt the PS2 price USP will result inaAclfll. ... ln the same way, other services to PS2 ( e.g. presorled, next-day service of Mailsort 1) may be close substitutes to PS1.
|Title||:||Regulatory and Economic Challenges in the Postal and Delivery Sector|
|Author||:||Michael A. Crew, Paul R. Kleindorfer|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-07-16|