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  1. Meloria Meschi & Carla Pace, 2012. "Accounting for Behavioral Biases for Non-biased Demand Estimations," Chapters, in: Multi-Modal Competition and the Future of Mail, chapter 24 Edward Elgar.
  2. Meloria Meschi & Matthew Cherry & Carla Pace & Milena Petrova, 2011. "Understanding the Impact of E-Substitution on Letter Mail Volumes: A Multi-Country Panel Study," Chapters, in: Reinventing the Postal Sector in an Electronic Age, chapter 4 Edward Elgar.

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