Current Publications


Cost analysis and business cases of a full coverage fibre roll-out in the area of the German-speaking Community in Belgium

WIK-Consult supports the government of the German-speaking Community in their efforts for an area-wide fibre roll-out


The German telecommunications market in comparison with international frontrunners

WIK gives policy recommendations in the area of telecommunications and digitisation based on an international benchmark.


The role of state aid for the rapid deployment of broadband networks in the EU

This study provides an overview of the implementation of broadband state aid measures. Furthermore, the study evaluates to what extent the Broadband Guidelines facilitate the deployment of broadband networks.


No. 462: The competitive impact of single sign-on and login services and their relevance for data-based business models and data protection

Single Sign-On (SSO) services aim at reducing the number login data for different digital services and simplifying the registration process for new services. This discussion paper highlights SSO services from a consumer perspective. More...


Newsletter Nr. 119 | Juni 2020

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


Online Interpersonal Communications Services in the UK

UK regulator Ofcom has recently published its Online national 2020 report. WIK-Consult has supported this Ofcom publication with extensive research on the OCS/OICS landscape in the UK and globally.


Future electronic communications product and service markets subject to ex-ante regulation

WIK report on relevant markets for European Commission published.


Moving to a fibre-enabled UK

WIK prepares report on behalf of the Broadband Stakeholder Group (BSG)


Copper switch-off, fibre take-up and ULL tarifs in France

France is on its way migrating from copper to a fibre access network. WIK analyses how this migration can be supported and speeded-up by price setting and other regulatory means.

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