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|Title:||National rules, regional diﬀerences? Explaining the regional eﬃciency of a public monopolist: the case of the German Reichspost|
|Publisher:||Economic History Society|
|Series/Report no.:||Economic History Society, Working Paper 17013|
|Abstract:||Public monopolies operate with substantial regional differences in their effciency. This paper uses the Reichspost, the German Imperial Postal Service, to investigate what factors explain these differences. Additionally scale effects and the comparative effciency on input and output side are investigated.|
|Keywords:||Productivity; public service; postal service; Germany|
|Rights:||Copyright status unknown|
|Appears in Collections:||Economics Working papers|
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