Science meets Consulting
25.11.2016
News

Digital Executive Club Brussels – an initiative of WIK and IDATE

The next Meeting will be held on 8 December 2016 in Brussels. Read More...
14.11.2016
Discussion Paper

No. 413: The role of telecommunication in Connected Car

4.6 million Connected Cars are on the German streets. Every second new car features this technology. The collected data enable new business models that fundamentally change the value chain. Read More...
10.11.2016
Königswinterer Postal Seminar

16th Königswinter Postal Seminar

The 16th Königswinter Postal Seminar was held from 2 to 4 November 2016. Presentations are available for download. Read More...
07.11.2016
Study

Network Sharing in mobile networks and fixed mobile network convergence in Switzerland

Network sharing in mobile networks can save cost and can reduce market asymmetries, but also includes regulatory risk Read More...
04.11.2016
News

WIK-Consult again consulting the European Commission

Are we successful in reducing depolyment cost of broadband? Read More...
14.10.2016
Study

Support for the Framework review Impact Assessment

WIK study published by the European Commission - Contribution of reforms nearly € 1 bn by 2025 Read More...
14.10.2016
Study

Access and investment

Study by WIK and its Partners now published by the European Commission Read More...
12.10.2016
Presentation

Very high capacity broadband communication networks: Who invests?

WIK at the anniversary conference 50 years Intereconomics Read More...
10.10.2016
Study

Study on regional telecom operators competing with global players published

Regional operators play an important in the roll-out of broadband infrastructure in Germany. In order to maintain this role they need constant regulatory and political conditions. Read More...
28.09.2016
Newsletter

Newsletter Nr. 104 | September 2016

Der neue WIK Newsletter mit Berichten aus der laufenden Arbeit des WIK und Berichten von Veranstaltungen ist erschienen Read More...
16.09.2016
Study

The impact of Internet platforms in Germany

The revenue of Internet platforms in Germany sums up to more than €33bn. Their impact is significantly larger though. Read More...
16.09.2016
Discussion Paper

No. 412: UPU-Terminal Dues and International E-commerce

The delivery of e-commerce items from China in Germany at low transfer prices (called ‘terminal dues’), regulated by the Universal Postal Union, has negative effects on the German economy. The study analyses these effects and gives recommendations for reforming terminal dues at the UPU. Read More...