Current Publications

10.09.2019

No. 448: Authorizations and reporting requirements in the postal sector

The notification and reporting obligations in the German postal market have remained largely unchanged since 1998. For an amendment of the Postal Act, WIK has developed proposals for modern regulations.

10.09.2019

No. 447: Efficiency Benchmarking of Distribution System Operators (DSOs) and Smart Grids

German electricity networks are subject to efficiency benchmarking. Against the back-ground of the development towards smart grids, this study analyzes how the existing regime could be enhanced.

10.09.2019

No. 446: City-Logistics for the parcels market

WIK’s new discussion paper provides an inventory of innovative city logistics concepts in Germany that involve parcel operators and identifies best practices.

02.09.2019

Got the message?

Is the end of OTT-services growth phase near? How can OTT providers monetise their services?

23.08.2019

Digitalisation of the energy transition - Top Issue 3: Telco infrastructure and telco regulation

450 MHz as opportunity for the energy transition: BMWi publishes report on the tele-communication infrastructure for the digitalisation of the energy transition.

12.08.2019

Canned Intelligence

More and more consumers use voice assistants. But will this trend continue? WIK and Hochschule Fresenius – University of Applied Science take a closer look in their latest research brief.

12.08.2019

No. 445: The economic relevance and development prospects of blockchain: analyses for the telecommunication and energy market

Blockchain technology may be applied in the telecommunications and energy market, but there remain questions to be answered

29.07.2019

No. 444: Broadband Access via Satellite in Germany - State of Market Development and Development Prospects

Can Broadband Internet via satellite be an alternative to fixed and mobile network Internet access technologies in Germany?

29.07.2019

Technological Developments and Roaming

Despite substantial changes in the technology and services landscape, there is no case for significant changes to the rules applying to international roaming by travelers within the EU

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Ute Schwab
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