Chair of Environmental Economics

Theses

On this page you will find all information about scientific papers on both bachelor and master level. Please familiarize yourself with the respective information and documents and pay attention to possible application deadlines.

After the application deadline (if any) has passed, you will be notified at the beginning of the lecture period of an acceptance or rejection of supervision, the corresponding supervisor and the further procedure. The assigned supervisor will serve as your contact person from then on.

Bachelor

Bachelor thesis

The registration for bachelor theses takes place in the official allocation procedure of the department in the respective semester. In addition to the registration in the KIS-Office, please send a current transcript of grades to the student assistant of the chair (E-Mail: hiwi.umwelt(at)wiwi.uni-kl.de).

Prof. Dr. Daniel Heyen offers here a list of potential topics:  list of potential topics

Fabian Naumann offers here a list of potential topics: list of potential topics

It is best if you use the above lists only for brainstorming, but come up with your own topic. So we explicitly welcome your own topic suggestions. Please note, it should be an economically relevant topic (not a business or technical analysis).

Documents: Bachelor Thesis Guidelines; Journal List; Dudenhefer, P. (2009) A Guide to writing in Economics

Examples of very good theses: Versorgungssicherheit   |   Carbon PricingErneuerbare Energien

Study project (Bachelor)

Bachelor study projects are generally written in a team of two students (exceptions possible).

Due to capacity bottlenecks in the supervision of theses, we collect supervision requests for study projects until the beginning of the respective semester.
You can apply for supervision at our chair on the following dates:

  • Application until the end of March for a thesis in the summer semester
  • Application until the end of September for a thesis in the winter semester

A timely application is necessary to ensure flexibility. Please send your application to the student assistant of the chair (E-Mail: hiwi.umwelt(at)wiwi.uni-kl.de). Please send us a current overview of your grades together with a rough topic proposal for your thesis in your application.

Prof. Dr. Daniel Heyen offers a list of potential topics here:  list of potential topics

Fabian Naumann offers a list of potential topics here: list of potential topics

It is best if you use the above lists only for brainstorming, but come up with your own topic. So we explicitly welcome your own topic suggestions. Please note, it should be an economically relevant topic (no business or technical analysis).

 

Documents: Study Project Guidelines; Journal List; Dudenhefer, P. (2009) A Guide to writing in Economics

Examples of very good theses: Versorgungssicherheit   |   Carbon PricingErneuerbare Energien

Seminar paper (Bachelor)

Bachelor seminar papers are generally written in a team of two students (exceptions possible). Registration is done via the KIS. Further information can be found on  Veranstaltungsseite Bachelorseminar Umweltökonomik.

 

Documents: Seminar Thesis Bachelor Guidelines; Journal List; Dudenhefer, P. (2009) A Guide to writing in Economics

Examples of very good theses: Versorgungssicherheit   |   Carbon PricingErneuerbare Energien

Master

Master thesis

Please note that we can only supervise students who have chosen the specialization "Environment, Resources, Energy: Economics and Policy" at our chair.

Due to capacity constraints in thesis supervision, we collect supervision requests for master theses until the beginning of the respective semester.
You can apply for supervision at our chair on the following dates:

  • Application until the end of March for a thesis in the summer semester
  • Application until the end of September for a thesis in the winter semester

Timely application is necessary to ensure flexibility. For this purpose, please send your application to the student assistant of the chair (E-Mail: hiwi.umwelt(at)wiwi.uni-kl.de). Please send us a current overview of your grades together with a rough topic proposal for your thesis in your application.

Prof. Dr. Daniel Heyen offers here a list of potential topics:  list of potential topics

It is best to use the above list for brainstorming purposes only, but to come up with your own topic. So we explicitly welcome your own topic suggestions. Please note, it should be an economically relevant topic (not a business or technical analysis).

 

Documents: Master Thesis Guidelines; Journal List; Dudenhefer, P. (2009) A Guide to writing in Economics

Research Project (Master)

Research projects are generally written in a team of 2 students (exceptions are possible).

Please note that we can only supervise students who have chosen the specialization "Environment, Resources, Energy: Economics and Policy" at our chair.

Due to capacity constraints in thesis supervision, we collect supervision requests for research projects until the beginning of the respective semester.
You can apply for supervision at our chair on the following dates:

  • Application until the end of March for a thesis in the summer semester
  • Application until the end of September for a thesis in the winter semester

Timely application is necessary to ensure flexibility. For this purpose, please send your application to the student assistant of the chair (E-Mail: hiwi.umwelt(at)wiwi.uni-kl.de). Please send us a current overview of your grades together with a rough topic proposal for your thesis in your application.

Prof. Dr. Daniel Heyen offers a list of potential topics here:  list of potential topics

It is best to use the above lists for brainstorming purposes only, but to come up with your own topic. So we explicitly welcome your own topic suggestions. Please note, it should be an economically relevant topic (no business or technical analysis)..

 

Documents: Research Project Guidelines;  Journal List; Dudenhefer, P. (2009) A Guide to writing in Economics

Seminar Paper (Master)

Seminar papers are generally written in a team of 2 students (exceptions possible). Registration is done via the KIS. Further information can be found on Veranstaltungsseite Masterseminar Umweltökonomik.

Please note that we can only supervise students who have chosen the specialization "Environment, Resources, Energy: Economics and Policy" at our chair.

 

Documents: Seminar Thesis Master Guidelines; Journal List; Dudenhefer, P. (2009) A Guide to writing in Economics

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