Chair of Monetary Economics and International Finance

Theses

 

Bachelor theses (appr. 30 pages):

You can find all valid information about registration deadlines and procedure on the homepage of our registrar's office.

Our chair offers a list of topics on this page from which you can choose your preferred topic for your thesis and make a reservation. Documents for reservation and official registration are available at our secretary’s office. There you can also make your reservation for your preferred topic with a deadline of four weeks

To meet the deadline Prof. Lux’s dated signature on the official registration document is authoritative. Please also inform the secretary’s office about your official registration. Otherwise your reservation will be cancelled and the topic is given to other interested candidates.

You can make a reservation only for one topic at the same time. You can exchange topic reservations but you cannot change back. Each topic will be assigned only once. Therefore, we recommend contacting our chair early. In case a list is not announced, please contact Prof. Lux directly to arrange a topic.

BA-theses may be written in English according to prior agreement with your examiner.
You can also suggest your own topic. Please contact our chair as early as possible.
 

Interest in specific topics should be expressed to:

Ricarda Geilenkirchen (geilenkirchen@economics.uni-kiel.de) - accompanied by an up-to-date record of current status and exam results.   

Topics for Bachelor Theses

 

 

 

Master theses (appr. 40 pages):

Formalities for Master theses correspond to those of BA theses.

MA-theses have to be written in English. You may write your MA-thesis in German according to prior agreement with your examiner. You can also suggest your own topic. Please contact our chair as early as possible.
 

You can make a reservation only for one topic at the same time. You can exchange topic reservations but you cannot change back. Each topic will be assigned only once. Therefore, we recommend contacting our chair early. In case a list is not announced, please contact Prof. Lux directly to arrange a topic.

Assignment of Topics for Master Theses

The list of topics given below is available for Master theses to be supervised at the chair of Monetary Economics & International Finance.

Interest in specific topics should be expressed to:

Ricarda Geilenkirchen (geilenkirchen@economics.uni-kiel.de) - accompanied by an up-to-date record of current status and exam results.   

Topics for Master theses

 

 

 

Guidelines for Theses:

 

Guidelines for writing a thesis or seminar paper

 

 

Verfassen von Seminar- und Diplomarbeiten

Halten von Vorträgen

Der richtige Umgang mit dem Urheberrecht

 

Further Information about formalities regarding Bachelor- and Mastertheses are available on the homepage of the Examination Office