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Current Directions in Postal Reform (TOPICS IN REGULATORY ECONOMICS AND POLICY Volume 35) (Topics in Regulatory Economics and Policy)

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organizational theory & behaviour,
  • Postal & telecommunications industries,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Economics - General,
  • Communication,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • International Relations - General,
  • Business/Economics,
  • International Cooperation,
  • General,
  • Business & Economics / Economics / General,
  • Postal Service,
  • Congresses,
  • Deregulation,
  • Government policy

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMichael A. Crew (Editor), Paul R. Kleindorfer (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages520
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9352930M
    ISBN 100792378075
    ISBN 109780792378075

    Postal Reform, Washington D. C. likes 1 talking about this 1 was here. $50 billion in debt? Overwhelmingly dissatisfied customers? Mission creep? Join the fight to bring real reform to the USPS. The Senate passed a United States Postal Service reform bill on Wednesday. The chamber voted 62 to 37 on the bill, which aims to restructure the mail service and protect it from bankruptcy.

    H.R. (th). To restore the financial solvency and improve the governance of the United States Postal Service in order to ensure the efficient and affordable nationwide delivery of mail, and for other purposes. In , a database of bills in the U.S. Congress. The House of Representatives took up postal reform legislation this week, a decade after Congress passed the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act, which was supposed to shore up the U.S.

    (a) Definitions.—In this section— (1) the term “eligible individual” means a Postal Service annuitant, or a family member of a Postal Service annuitant, who— (A) newly enrolls in Medicare part B during the open season for the initial contract year pursuant to a deemed enrollment under subsection (m) of section of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. p), as added by section   Postal legislative and regulatory reform is urgently needed to restore USPS to financial stability, Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan told congressional leaders April Since , the Postal Service’s total mail volume has declined by 31 percent.


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Current Directions in Postal Reform (TOPICS IN REGULATORY ECONOMICS AND POLICY Volume 35) (Topics in Regulatory Economics and Policy) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Current Directions in Postal Reform brings together leading practitioners, worldwide postal administrations, and the courier industry as well as a number of regulators, academic economists, mailers and lawyers, to examine some of the major policy and regulatory issues facing the postal and delivery industry.

Issues addressed include international postal policy; the universal service. Summary: Current Directions in Postal Reform brings together leading practitioners, worldwide postal administrations, and the courier industry as well as a number of regulators, academic economists, mailers and lawyers, to examine some of the major policy and regulatory issues facing the postal and delivery industry.

Current Directions in Postal Reform by Michael A. Crew,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. About this book Introduction Future Directions in Postal Reform brings together leading practitioners, world-wide postal administrations, and the courier industry, as well as a number of regulators, academic economists, mailers, and lawyers, to examine some of the major policy and regulatory issues facing the postal and delivery industry.

This Handbook brings together a number of contributions directed at understanding developments in the field of postal reform. The authors review the experience and plans of individual countries to provide some perspective on the problems faced in the area and the varied approaches being taken to address it.

States Postal Service (USPS) so it is able to provide universal, public service for the American people. NARFE opposes provisions of previous postal reform legislation that would require current postal retirees to pay additional premiums for mostly duplicative health insurance coverage through Medicare or lose their earned retiree health benefits.

current retirees transitioned into Medicare as a result of the legislation over a 4-year transition period: 75% in the first year; 50% in the second year; 25% in the third year; and 0% in the fourth year. Postal Service Retiree Health Care Benefit Funding Reform •!Requires the Postal Service to make actuarially-based Retiree Health Benefit (RHB).

vi Handbook of worldwide postal reform 13 Economic factors underlying postal reform in the European Union Michael A. Crew, Gonzales d'Alcantara, Paul R.

Kleindorfer, Philippe Claeys and Bert Kuypers 14 EU law on postal services Richard Eccles 15 A brief history of the United States postal monopoly law James I. Campbell Jr. Appendix B of this report includes a table of House and Senate postal reform legislation introduced in the th thand Congresses, such as S.

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Order Online Tickets Tickets See Availability. The big reforms in the Trump postal reform plan Yesterday, the Trump administration unveiled its recommendations for reforming the ailing U.S.

Postal Service (USPS). Due to plunging mail volume and rising costs, USPS lost $4 billion [1] last year and has $ billion [2] in unfunded pension and health care obligations. This Handbook brings together a number of contributions directed at understanding developments in the field of postal reform.

The authors review the experience and plans of individual countries to provide some perspective on the problems faced in the area and the varied approaches being taken to address it.

Status of Postal Reform in Recent Congresses. Congress. In MaySenator Carper introduced S. the Postal Operations Sustainment and Transformation Act (POST) Act. It called for using a large pension surplus ($55 billion) — which was revealed in the Postal Service’s CSRS pension account by a audit conducted by the.

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Find nearby businesses, restaurants and hotels. Explore. 8th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics: THE FUTURE DIRECTIONS OF POSTAL REFORM June 7–10, Vancouver, Canada Presented by CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN REGULATED INDUSTRIES SPONSORED BY J University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School—Center for Risk Management J Royal Mail/U.K.

Post Office J Canada Post Corporation J Deutsche Post J La Poste. In May, the Postal Service reported a $ billion loss in the second quarter of its fiscal year, after losing $ billion the previous year.

With finances growing increasingly dire, Congress has begun looking for answers. This spring, both houses held hearings on paths forward for the struggling agency, and the House is considering [ ].

This book provides background information on the responsibilities, financial challenges and workforce issues facing the U.S. Postal Service (USPS). Additionally, it covers the current strategies and initiatives under development by the USPS and discusses further options for postal reforms.

Postal Reform Prospects. It is very likely that postal reform legislation will move forward this year. The committee will likely move the bill in February and prepare it for the House floor.

If it does pass the House, the Senate may use it to modify its current bill in the hopes of working out a compromise that could reach the President’s desk.

The closing panel session at the recent PostalVision event, held at The Ritz Carlton Pentagon City, featured renowned postal, regulatory and legislative leaders discussing what worked and did not work with the last comprehensive postal reform legislation enacted in and thoughts on what still needs changing to ensure the Postal Service’s success in the future.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. allocative inefficiencies. The Postal Service was last reformed inand postal reform in the United States is overdue. Congress is now considering postal reform legislation. I first review the current structure and regulation of the U.S.

Postal Service. I then discuss the changing size and composition of the U.S. mail stream. Many other. reform that would enable the USPS to operate a sustainable business model and compete fairly in competitive markets. The Task Force considered both administrative and legislative reforms that take into account changes in the postal industry, the USPS’s competitive.

At last month’s postal hearing by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, Postmaster General Megan Brennan reiterated support for so-called “full Medicare integration” as a major component of a solution to the Postal Service’s financial woes. This innocuous-sounding proposal has been included in every leading postal reform bill over the last several Congresses, and.