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Selected topics in the fields of economics of behaviour, macroeconomics, development economics and economics of art
appointments to be announced: usually Thursday 4.00-6.00 pm in room 3.06.S13)
Suggestions for topics:
You can sign up for your preferred topic you want to work on in the seminar in winter term 2018/2019 by now. Therefore please write an email to email@example.com.
E1 About the development of the current account of the FRG: causes and effects
E2 The consequences of the policy of low interest rates of the ECB for Germany
E3 About the development of the income per capita in selected african countries: causes and effects
E4 Country-studies in development, direct investments, migration in Ethiopia or Namibia or Sambia or the Republic of the Congo
E5 The geo-political fight about Africa: China, Russia, EU and FRG
E6 China – Greece – EU: About the "one belt one road" project
E7 Tourism as a driving force for development for central-asian states
E8 The instrument of economic reprisals of the USA in a historic context: shapes and effects
E9 Who wins and who looses as a cause of the climate change in the northern Arctic Sea?
E10 own submission
V1 About the economics of organ donation
V2 About the economics of religion
V3 About the economics of homo oeconomicus
V4 Artificial intelligence and the so called social networks: about the influence of preferences and behavior of private households
V5 About the economic and solcial meaning of trust
V6 own submission
K1 The sanctions of the federal states to minimize the built up scarcity of teachers: thought about structure, efficiency and costs.
K2 The economics importance of art and culture (creativity)
K3 Art und museums as places of laundering money
K4 The German "cultural-property-law"K5 St. Petersburg (oder Moskau usw.) als Kunstmetropole
K6 The development of the art market in Russia (or China)
K7 own submission
If you are interested in writing your Bachelor's thesis, please contact Prof. Dr. Fuhrmann.