George Houpis and Eleanor Monaghan today spoke at the 26th conference on Postal and Delivery Economics in Split. Their presentation was part of the session on evolving business models and focused on the question as to whether product differentiation and the strength of a brand explain market outcomes in postal markets.
The work they presented was based on a paper written with Isabelle Carslake that seeks to support the development of policy in liberalised postal markets.
The annual conference, organised by the Florence School of Regulation in collaboration with the Center for Research in Regulated Industries in the US, and is the leading conference on postal sector regulatory, competition and policy issues.
Frontier regularly advises clients on regulatory and competition issues relating to postal and delivery services across Europe.
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