Please find here the slides of the last information event
Please click on the respective link to find the topics and related literature that is provided by each supervisor.
Topics Benjamin Hensel (PDF, 166 KB) (no supervision for FS23)
In order to get an idea of what Bachelor and Master theses at our Chair look like, you can download here some exemplary theses. Please note that the theses serve orientation purposes only (i.e. they serve as orientation for the structure of a thesis but might contain flaws regarding the content)
This exemplary thesis is a particularly good in terms of demonstrating a detailed understanding of the relevant literature, providing a rigorous qualitative study with five extensive interviews (including a pretest), and a systematica analysis of the data according to various pre-defined steps. In addition, the thesis provides a coherent summary and reflects on the methodological approach used to answer the research question. However, in this thesis, the results of the empirical analysis could be better related back to the theoretical findings and the literature. Also, the thesis could have discussed the literature and the interviews more critically.
This exemplary thesis is particularly good in terms of the literature review, personal contribution and reflection of the limits of the thesis. Despite these main strengths of the thesis, the theory could be applied more substantively and the limits of the application could be assessed more critically.
Junior Management Science is the academic journal to publish outstanding theses in business and management. Further exemplary theses can be found on the their website JUMS - get inspired!
Please find here the guidelines for writing a semester or final thesis, the general criteria for evaluation as well as the expected learning outcomes.