No. 430 Co-investment models for the rollout of FTTB/H infrastructures

WIK discussion paper discusses co-invest from an economic point of view and presents experiences from abroad. It becomes obvious, that co-investment models can pave the path to comprehensive gigabit networks in Germany. Potential negative competitive effects...


No. 429: Broadband infrastructure and the future use of audiovisual content

The consumption of audiovisual content via the internet has been increasing for years. The presented discussion paper investigates the future development of the consumption of audiovisual content via the internet and the implications for broadband...


No. 428: Drivers and barriers to commercially negotiated access to alternative FTTB/H network infrastructures

Open Access is considered a possible new paradigm for the German broadband market. The present discussion paper analyses the experiences to date, points out relevant fields of action and dares an outlook on future developments.


Perspektiven aus Europa

Presentation of Dr. Iris Henseler-Unger at the Fachsymposium in Erinnerung an Arnold Picot on 9 July 2018 in Munich


Study on the implementation and monitoring of measures under the Cost Reduction Directive

Cost Reduction Directive can bring benefits in broadband deployment.


Newsletter Nr. 111 | Juni 2018

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


Ups, I texted again

Germans use three to four messenger services side-by-side and send almost three quarters of their texts, pictures and Videos online


Meldung vom 13.6.2018

Unter dem Motto "Gemeinsam digitale Chancen nutzen" findet vom 11. bis 15. Juni 2018 in Hannover die diesjährige Cebit Messe statt.


Digitale Agenda des Ministeriums für Wirtschaft, Verkehr, Landwirtschaft und Weinbau in Rheinland-Pfalz vorgestellt

Im Rahmen der #DigiKon18 in Mainz wurde am 11.06.2018 die Digitale Agenda des MWVLW durch Frau Dr. Iris Henseler-Unger vorgestellt.


No. 427: Market observatory in the digital economy – A model for the analysis of online platforms

What power have online platforms? WIK’s Discussion Paper No. 427 describes a potential model for the analysis of online platforms as an instrument for market observatory.

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