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Measuring consumer preferences for postal services


  • Charlene Rohr
  • Urs Trinkner
  • Alison Lawrence
  • Chong Woo Kim
  • Dimitris Potoglou
  • Rob Sheldon


This paper reports on the implementation of stated preference discrete choice experiments (SPDCEs) to measure business and residential consumers’ preferences for specific aspects of postal services in three European member states: Italy, Poland and Sweden.

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  • Charlene Rohr & Urs Trinkner & Alison Lawrence & Chong Woo Kim & Dimitris Potoglou & Rob Sheldon, 2012. "Measuring consumer preferences for postal services," Working Papers 0034, Swiss Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:chc:wpaper:0034

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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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    1. 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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