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  • Event Date

    2020-06-03 ~

  • Submission Date


  • Organizer

    Florence School of Regulation

  • Location

    Gdansk, Poland

28th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics – Gdansk, Poland  ()

Economic Policy Economics Communication

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.
This edition will be held in Gdańsk, Poland, 3-6 June 2020. The topics covered include:

• Universal Service Obligation
• Standardisation
• Public-Private Partnerships
• Scale and productivity
• Privatisation and commercialisation
• Competitive postal markets
• Settlements and terminal dues
• Demand for postal services
• Digitalisation and innovation
• Diversification and new market strategies
• The role of the Universal Postal Union
• Postal business in emerging economies
• Regulatory evolution in the EU, US and in the rest of the world
• Labour economics
• Financial viability
• Anti trust and competition policy
• Parcel markets
• E-Commerce and cross border parcels
• News services
• Electronic competition
• Postal big data
• Patents and technological innovation

To be considered for the Conference, abstracts should be received by 15 December 2019. There is no guarantee that abstracts received after the deadline of 15 December 2019 will be considered. If your paper is selected, you will be responsible for payment of the conference registration fee. The FSR Team will inform you of the Committee’s decision in January 2020. Complete papers selected for the programme are due 4 May 2020, so papers will be available to the participants prior to the Conference.

Acceptance of any abstract automatically registers the lead author for the Conference. All participants, including persons presenting papers, must register for the Conference and are required to pay the registration fee, except for a limited number of persons from approved supporting organisations. The registration fee for authors presenting papers is 1.200,00 Euro provided payment is received by 29 February 2020. After this date the registration fee will be for the full-rate of 1.400,00 Euro. A no-cancellation policy is applicable to lead authors of accepted papers, unless we are notified prior to the abstract submission deadline. All participants are required to cover the cost of their travel and accommodation. In the case of full-time faculty of colleges and universities selected for the programme, a reduction or waiver of the registration fee may be available.

Persons interested in presenting papers that need additional information should contact Paula Gori at