We are providing supervision for bachelor and master theses in the field of entrepreneurship, innovations and entrepreneurial dynamics. The studies can be divided into three main groups:
a) empirical studies based on secondary data or primary data,
b) theoretical work based on formal models, and
c) quantitative literature or meta-studies.
We are receptive to suggestions for topics that offer a link to the research focus of the Jackstadt Center. If you are interested in writing your thesis at the Jackstadt Centre, please contact the UNESCO Chair of Entrepreneurship and Intercultural Management of Prof. Dr. Christine Volkmann or the Chair of Industrial Economics and Innovation of Prof. Dr. Werner Bönte.
- Social Innovation
- Social Entrepreneurship
- Sustainable Supply Chain Management (esp. Multi-Tier)
- Data Network Effects
- Economics of Artficial Intelligence
- Entrepreneurial Orientation
- Circular Economy
- Sustainable Innovation und Business Model Innovation
- Sustainable Entrepreneuship
Completed theses (selection)
- "Competitive Orientation and Entrepreneurship: An Empirical Investigation", Master's thesis (June 2015).
- "Expatriation: Analyzing the Influence of Personality Traits on the Willingness to Expatriate Using the HEXACO Model," Master's thesis (April 2015)
- "Intergenerational Entrepreneurship: Influence of Parental Self-Employment on their Children's Intention to Start a Business," Master's thesis (March 2015)
- "Hope and the Path to Innovative Entrepreneurship," Master's thesis (March 2015).
- "Career Goals and Entrepreneurial Behavior. The Role of Control Beliefs," Master's thesis (September 2014).
- "The Role of Knowledge and Entrepreneurship in the Context of Endogenous Growth Theory," Master's Thesis (October 2013).
- "Evaluating Start-up Support: An Empirical Analysis of Scientific and Economic Policy Approaches", Master's thesis (September 2013).