Dr. Johannes Rieckmann

Dr. Johannes Rieckmann

Dr. Johannes Rieckmann has been employed at BIGS as Senior Research Fellow since August 2015. He engages in economics of cyber-security, regulatory policy regarding public and private provision of security services, economic costs of extremism and of violence against police officers and first responders, and  improvement of resilience of cash logistics in times of emergency and crises.

Latest Publications:

The Hidden Cost of Untrusted Vendors in 5G Networks – State of Discussion and Estimations for Germany

This country study is a complement to our in-depth policy paper on the hidden cost of untrusted vendors in 5G networks. Following a brief overview regarding frequencies and mobile network […]

The Hidden Cost of Untrusted Vendors in 5G Networks

5G is considered a transformative technology that will soon be the basis of a high increase in productivity. 5G networks have started becoming available in several countries and are initially […]

Versteckte Kosten nicht-vertrauenswürdiger Anbieter in 5G-Netzwerken – Stand der Diskussion und Einschätzungen für Deutschland

This country study is a complement to our in-depth policy paper on the hidden cost of untrusted vendors in 5G networks. Following a brief overview regarding frequencies and mobile network […]

Versteckte Kosten nicht-vertrauenswürdiger Anbieter in 5G-Netzwerken

5G is considered a transformative technology that will soon be the basis of a high increase in productivity. 5G networks have started becoming available in several countries and are initially […]

Kosten der Gewalt gegen polizeiliche Einsatzkräfte

Violent clashes between law enforcement officers and their so-called police counterparts are frequent and harmful. Both in the context of everyday services such as traffic controls, as well as in […]