Master’s Theses and their publication

All students are required to produce a thesis on a topic falling within the scope of their study programme. The thesis can be written in English or French, the language having been chosen in agreement with the supervisor of the thesis. The thesis is the product of individual research and allows students to deepen their knowledge and understanding of a specific topic.

To valorize the research work done by the students in the Master in European Interdisciplinary Studies, the best Master's theses are published in the Natolin Best Master's Theses series.


Natolin Best Master's Theses

VO “Svoboda” party phenomenon in Ukraine (3.1 MB )
2013-2014 (June 2014)

Nika PALAGUTA (UA) — Georges MINK

Turkey in Bosnia and Herzegovina: by fits and starts. Soft power and public diplomacy alla turca. (3.37 MB )
2013-2014 (June 2014)


Increasing transparency of the new EU economic governance: The role of the European Parliament (2.72 MB )
2013-2014 (June 2014)

Sergio MARX (FR/ES) — Justin GREENWOOD

International Responsibility for EU Military Operations: Who Guards the Guardian? (4.28 MB )
2012-2013 (June 2013)

Iuliia VENGEROVYCH (UA) — Jean de RUYT

Jürgen Habermas and Andrew Moravcsik: a dialogue on european integration, the nation-state, democracy and identity (4.34 MB )
2012-2013 (June 2013)

Quincy R. CLOET (BE) João Carlos ESPADA

‘Histoeuropeanisation’: Challenges and implications of (re)writing the history of europe ‘europeanly’, 1989-2015 (4.64 MB )
2012-2013 (June 2013)


Wrocław 2016: Une Capitale européenne de la Culture révélatrice du trouble identitaire européen ? (1.14 MB )
2011-2012 (June 2012)

Harold COTTIN (FR ) — Anne-Marie THIESSE

The ECB's securities markets programme. An analysis of economics, law and central bank independence (613.27 KB )
2011-2012 (June 2012)

Leon HELM (DE ) — Benedicta MARZINOTTO

Energy Efficiency: An Instrument of Influence for the EU? Case Study: Russia (910.18 KB )
2011-2012 (June 2012)

Gergely MOLNÁR (HU ) — Hannes ADOMEIT

CEFTA and the European Single Market: An Appropriate Preparatory Exercise? (495.87 KB )
2010-2011 (June 2011)

Anna Maria MOSTETSCHNIG (AT ) — David LUFF

National Fiscal Rules: A New Paradigm of Fiscal Discipline in EMU (456.85 KB )
2010-2011 (June 2011)

Vito Mosè PIERRO (IT)   Benedicta MARZINOTTO

Balancing Security and Development in Migration Policy - EU Mobility Partnerships (527.93 KB )
(June 2010)

Diana BABAYAN (AM /AL ) — Hannes ADOMEIT

The Union for the Mediterranean and the Eastern Partnership: A Comparative Analysis (1023.13 KB )
(June 2010)

Peter MILTNER (DE ) — Erwan LANNON

Les défis du Partenariat oriental: le cas du Belarus (669.12 KB )
(June 2010)

Aliaksandr PAPKO (BY ) — Hannes ADOMEIT

Market entry of generic drugs before patent expiration: what effect on competition?
(January 2007)

Edith Frenoy (DE ) — Beatrice Dumont

Institution Building in Migration Policy – New Challenges for New Member States (77.75 KB )
(January 2006)

Pauline Menthonnex (SZ ) — Dr. T. Verheijen

EU-China trade relations: What lessons can be learned from the textile dispute? (11.37 KB )
(January 2006)

Anna Comino (DE ) — Francis Snyder

The Odd Man Can't Cut the Gordian Knot. The Role of the European Union in the Kimberley Process (21.57 KB )
(January 2005)

Tim Van Anderlecht  — Mr Thierry Béchet

Has the Internet changed the Public Sphere in Europe? The role of Online News Media in Political Communication (66.7 KB )
(January 2004)

Thomas Pritzkow (PL ) — Edmund Wnuk-Lipinski

The Private Enforcement of Competition Law with Particular Reference to the Right for Damages (70.83 KB )
(January 2004)

Christian Bulzomi   — Andrea Biondi

The relation between direct actions and indirect actions before the European Courts (70.05 KB )
(January 2004)

Sophie Billon   — Andrea Biondi

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