We are very pleased to see that you are interested in writing your Bachelor thesis in the area of Markets and Strategy.
You can find the most important infos below. Please take the time to read through the guidelines.
Requirements for writing a Bachelor's or Master's thesis at the institute
WU- terms: StEOP, CBK, and completed „Fundamentals of scientific writing“ course
Institute-terms: SBWL “Strategy and Data” (in special cases bring a different kind of evidence of sufficient interest and knowledge in our subject areas), availability of supervision, positive answer by a supervisor, proposal and preliminary outline corresponding with the quality standards of the institute
Completion of the “How to write a thesis” course or a similar course
Evidence of sufficient interest and knowledge in our subject areas, availability of supervision, positive answer by a supervisor, proposal and preliminary outline corresponding with the quality standards of the institute
Diya Abraham (only in English)
Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Social Preferences, Trust and Trustworthiness, Vulnerability, Cooperative Behavior
Behavioral, Labor, Organization and Education Economics
If you are interested in any of the following thesis topics, contact Kerstin Grosch:
The ability to distinguish between correlational and causal evidence - importance for decision-making in public policy
How come individuals persist with plans/commitments beyond their optimal duration?
The impact of expectation communication on climate action behaviors
Using behavioral science to improve digitalization in SMEs
Behavioral Economics; Experimental Economics; Behavioral and Experimental Finance; Market Efficiency and Bubbles; Decision-Making under Uncertainty; Social and Cognitive Factors in (Financial) Decision-Making; (Un)ethical Behavior
Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Gender Economics, Economics of Discrimination, Microeconometrics, Machine Learning
Maria Polipciuc (only in English)
Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics, Civic Behavior, Moral Values and Consumption, Cultural Transmission
Applied Microeconomics, Experimental Economics, Cultural Economics, Consumer Behavior, Discrete Choice Model