Professor Michel Crew recognized by UK’s Royal Mail

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Michael Crew, director of Rutgers Center for Research in Regulated Industries (CRRI), and CRRI Professor of Regulatory Economics, finance and economics, was recognized by the United Kingdom’s Royal Mail for his contributions to postal economics at the 20th Annual Rutgers Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics held in Brighton, UK this year.

Crew was praised by Royal Mail CEO Moya Greene and Chairman Donald Brydon for his "service to the postal sector and contribution to postal economics over 20 years on this the 20th Annual Rutgers Conference 30th May 2012, in Brighton, England.” 

Rutgers CRRI has held international conferences and workshops every year since 1990, sponsored by leading national post offices, express carriers, labor, and consultants.

Professor Crew has written and/or edited 22 books on several issues on public utilities and postal services. He has also published numerous articles on these issues. Crew’s interests include regulatory economics, peak-load pricing, and the theory of monopoly. He is the editor of the Journal of Regulatory Economics.

The Center for Research in Regulated Industries founded in 1977, located at Rutgers Business School, aims to further the study of regulation by research in economics, finance, and institutions. The objective of the Center is to promote research, scholarship and education in regulatory economics and implications for policy. 

Research and scholarship is promoted through conferences, seminars, workshops, courses, publications and research projects. Research in electricity, gas, water, telecommunications, other network industries, and postal service has been undertaken and promoted by the Center.  Examples of the types of topics within the scope of the Center are: regulatory governance mechanisms, pricing structures, etc. 

Attendees at the First Rutgers Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics, June 22-24, 1990, Coton House, Rugby, England.

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