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16.12.2019

Newsletter Nr. 117 | Dezember 2019

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

12.12.2019

BMWi appoints new CEO of WIK

Dr Cara Schwarz-Schilling will take over the management of WIK on January 1, 2020 from Dr Iris Henseler-Unger, who successfully determined the goals of WIK for five years.More...

03.12.2019

No. 450: International comparative study on the application and implementation of the economic replicability test ERT

Different market structures as well as end customer and wholesale products and previous experience with regard to the use of price/cost margin squeeze tests lead to country-specific approaches.More...

27.11.2019

12 theses on the future of the dual media system

WIK study examines the dual media system in Germany and develops proposals for a reorientation.

19.11.2019

EU-Postregulierung: Update aus Brüssel

Presentation of Alex Kalevi Dieke at the Postforum 2019 of the BBD on 4 November 2019 in BerlinMore...

15.11.2019

Internationale Warenströme – Flut ohne Ende?

Presentation of Iris Henseler-Unger at the Postmarktforum 2019 of the Bundesnetzagentur on 5 November 2019 in BerlinMore...

12.11.2019

Mittelstand-Digital Kongress

Wir laden Sie zum Mittelstand-Digital Kongress am 12.11.2019 von 10 - 17 Uhr im "Futurium", Am Alexanderufer 2 in 10117 Berlin ein.

25.10.2019

No. 449: 5G Status Study - Challenges, standardization, network architecture and planned net-work development

The study gives an overview over today‘s state of 5G standardisation and its future steps, over options of migration towards 5G mobile network and its known use cases. More...

15.10.2019

WIK Conference: New Code, new challenges for the Gigabit society

Join us on 15-16 October in Brussels to discuss the implications of the new electronic communications Code for regulation in the sector as well as priorities for the new European Commission and Parliament.

08.10.2019

TV or not TV?

New strategies are required to survive the fierce competition for viewers.

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