Measuring consumer preferences for postal services
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- Charlene Rohr & Urs Trinkner & Alison Lawrence & Chong Woo Kim & Dimitris Potoglou & Robert Sheldon, 2013. "Measuring consumer preferences for postal services," Chapters,in: Reforming the Postal Sector in the Face of Electronic Competition, chapter 17, pages 241-260 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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- Charlene Rohr & Urs Trinkner & Alison Lawrence & Priscillia Hunt & Chong Woo Kim & Dimitris Potoglou & Rob Sheldon, 2011. "Appropriate Methodologies to Better Measure Consumer Preferences for Postal Services," Studies and Reports, Swiss Economics, pages 1-136, December.
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KeywordsConsumer preferences; Postal services;
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