Studies

The Study Series of WIK consist of final reports of research projects carried out by WIK.

04.06.2020

Moving to a fibre-enabled UK

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

13.05.2020

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.

31.03.2020

Maintaining Rural Retail Networks: Best Practices Abroad and their Implications for the U.S. Postal Service

How to maintain rural retail networks? USPS Office of the Inspector General publishes white paper on “maintaining rural retail networks”. The white paper builds upon research provided by WIK-Consult to the USPS OIG.

21.02.2020

Supporting the implementation of CEF2 Digital

Supporting the European Commission in scoping the required budget needed to meet the actions identified under CEF Digital

10.02.2020

Competition and investment in the Danish broadband market

WIK conducts study on behalf of the Danish Energy Agency.

04.02.2020

WIK publishes study on the Danish Telecommunications market in the year 2030

WIK study on behalf of the Danish Energy Agency analyzes trends in the telecom sector over the coming 10 years.

28.01.2020

Digital platforms as an opportunity for small and medium-sized enterprises

The study for Mittelstand-Digital analyses relevant applications, opportunities and obstacles as well as the need for promotion of application of digital platforms in the context of small and medium-sized enterprises.

30.12.2019

WIK report assesses impacts of different wholesale pricing models on the Australian broadband market

WIK develops a market model to forecast the take-up of NBN services until 2024 under different wholesale pricing scenarios and estimates the GDP effects of these scenarios.

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.

08.10.2019

TV or not TV?

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

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Ute Schwab
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