E. Master Theses

I supervise master theses in the areas

  • Public economics: How do laws and regulations affect decisions of indivduals and firms?
  • Social economics: Do social networks affect economic outcomes?
  • Labor economics: How can we help job seekers find work?
  • Health or welfare economics: How do policies, institutions, and shocks affect well-being?

These issues are usually addressed within theses involving a substantial amount of data work. I also welcome students who want to work on their own ideas and I can help you set up a Master thesis in the context of an organization (firm, administration, etc.).

Please contact me directly to find out about new topics.

Past theses: