About networks and markets

Which is the best form of economic regulation for postal markets? What role should the universal postal service play in exchanges? How can the postal sector contribute to economic growth and development? The structural analysis of various postal markets worldwide, as well as the economics of postal networks and their impact, as infrastructure, on the economic development of countries are essential.

Markets undergoing change

The fragmentation of markets, supply and demand, regulatory models, the universal postal service and the economic viability of organizational and postal economics models are the structural factors on which growth in postal volumes and of the sector depend.

Networks for economic inclusion

The exchanges facilitated by these markets and the use of postal infrastructure in implementing policies aimed at economic inclusiveness result in the improved growth potential of the economy as a whole. Consequently, in-depth studies on the experiences of economic integration through the postal networks are conducted in order to identify best practices and draw appropriate lessons for the sector.