General Themes/Topics supervised by staff at the Institute for Economic Geography and GIScience
Social science topic from a spatial perspective or with spatial implications and/or with the use of geographic information technology (GIS) and spatial (business) analytics. Examples include regional economic growth, uneven spatial development, regional economic development, spatial and social polarization, spatial accessibility and connectedness of regions/markets, the role of neighborhood effects, the scope and limits of globalization, etc.
Most of the bachelor thesis will be in form of critical literature reviews, but (conventional) quantitative (and/or GIS-based) data analysis or qualitative case studies are possible.
Bachelor theses can be in English or German.