WIK Working Paper No 4:Costs of Very High Capacity Networks and Geographic Heterogeneity – a statistical assessment for Germany
We provide an statistical-based model capable of explaining 95% of the geographical differences in fibre-based access network costs solely on the basis of publicly available data.
By applying the Spokes model of spatial competition, we analyse the effect of the regulated copper access fee on customer-sided migration towards fibre networks.
Europe-wide overview of the diffusion and use of parcel locker stations, including an outlook for Germany.
WIK Working Paper No 1: My Browser is not a Billboard: Experimental Evidence on Ad-blocking Adoption and Users’ Acquisition of Information
Based on an online laboratory experiment, this project analyzes the effects of ad-blocking on the information acquisition of Internet users and provides resulting welfare effects.