Studies

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

07.12.2016

Margin squeeze models for ADSL, VDSL, Cable and Fibre

WIK-Consult has developed Margin Squeeze Models for the Belgium telecommunications regulator (BIPT).

05.12.2016

Development of parcel delivery cost in Deutsche Post AG

Study by WIK-Consult analyses cost recovery for Deutsche Post’s business parcels. The study concludes that internal transfer prices for business parcels were substantially below costs before 2015.

07.11.2016

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

14.10.2016

Support for the Framework review Impact Assessment

WIK study published by the European Commission - Contribution of reforms nearly € 1 bn by 2025

14.10.2016

Access and investment

Study by WIK and its Partners now published by the European Commission

10.10.2016

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.

16.09.2016

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.

16.09.2016

Analytical cost model for the broadband network

WIK improved its fixed network broadband cost model by adding BNG (Broadband Network Gateways) node at the access to the core IP-network and by a leaner model design.

08.09.2016

Copper ULL pricing in front of decreasing demand and Migration to NGA

WIK-study about appropriate Copper ULL pricing in France: Price increases are not adequate for fostering broadband roll-out. The study analyses and assesses different alternative options.

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Ute Schwab
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