Master's Thesis

Students of the EEIB specialisation are required to write a Master's Thesis.

Writing a thesis gives the student the possibility to carry out independent research on the topic of his/her choice.

The thesis should provide an analytical treatment of an EU economic policy subject at a fairly advanced level. It should focus on a well-formulated research question and show the student’s capacity to conduct independent and comprehensive analysis of the subject, taking into account the relevant literature. The thesis must be the student’s own work under the general guidance and supervision of a professor.

The best theses of each year are listed below:

LYUBENOVA Magdalena (BG ) — A. RODRÍGUEZ-POSE
To What Extent Corruption Effects the Returns of Financial Assistance? An empirical analysis of the impact of corruption on the returns of EU financial aid in the European Neighbourhood countries.
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TESFAMARIAM Zelealem (DE ) — C. DE BOISSIEU
The Determinants of Bank Capital Structure in Europe
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ROY Thibault (FR ) — J. PELKMANS
Increasing the Share of Variable Renewable Energy. System Costs in the European Union
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DHEUR Stéphanie (BE ) — HINE
Has China moved up the quality ladder in the clothing industry since its entry into the WTO in 2001?
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KJENSJORD Hilde (NO ) — PELKMANS Jacques
Liberalising the European Gas Market: The Role of Network Codes.
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BITAT Abdelfettah (DZ ) — RENNINGS Klaus
Impact of Eco-innovation on Firms’ Competitiveness. An Empirical Study based on Mannheim Innovation Panel.
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