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The seminar takes place by appointment on Thursday, 4.00-6.00 pm in room 3.06.S23.
Topics are allocated by now:
Section: Development and migration
(Ehc 1) The chinese theory of development by J.Y.Lin
New Structural Economics. A Framework for Rethinking Development and Policy; The World Bank, http//:siteresources.worldbank.org/DEC/Resources/84797-1104785060319/598886-1104951889260/NSE-Book.pdf es gibt weitere, andere Publikationen
(Ehc2) Ethiopia: forced migration, migration, foreign direct investments (FDI), development
country study about palm oil and rose plantations, corruption, etc.
(Ehc3) Congo: Escape and abundance of natural resources
country study destroyed political structures, worldwide industrial demand of resources, corruption and escape
(EM4) Microcredits – a developmental instrument to prevent escaping?
(EM5) About the chinese policy in Africa: Chinese investions in infrastructure, financial dependence and "cash-based" change, settlement patern and bases
(EM6) Africa: About the grwoth of population, development and escape
Section: Education and human capital
(BH1) The educational economic concept of human capital recognition
(BH2) The concept of social capital
More topics to be announced.
If you are interested in writing your Bachelor's thesis, please contact Prof. Dr. Fuhrmann.