Aya Kachi (email@example.com, BeurteilerIn)
Fintan Oeri (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|Inhalt||The purpose of this seminar is to guide you through the process of planning and completing your bachelor's thesis. Students in this seminar will work on topics that are related to energy and climate policy. Topics related to broader sustainability issues can be acceptable. At the beginning of the seminar, students will first identify relevant literatures and develop a research question by him/herself. During the first two kick-of meetings, we go over potential topics (but not research questions) in the area of energy and climate policy as well as an ideal thesis structure. This is why your attendance at these meetings are mandatory. Identifying an important and interesting research question requires a great amount of effort, but it is also a creative and exciting process. I welcome students who are motivated to engage in this process and those who are strongly interested in these topics.
As a formal requirement of this seminar, we accept theses that attempt to answer research questions only by quantitative analyses. By quantitative analyses, we mean either (i) formal theory (game theory, social choice theory) or (ii) quantitative data analyses (such as regressions). Generally speaking, it is not easy to learn a new analytical tool (e.g., game theory models or regression models) as you work on your thesis during the semester. (There have been a few impressive exceptions in the past.) Therefore, you are expected to join the seminar already with at least one quantitative analytical tool at hand. In this seminar, we do not supervise theses that use qualitative empirical methods, such as comparative case studies, QCA, or CPT.
During your study at the university, you can learn many things. However, there are not a plenty of opportunities where you can gain deep and thorough knowledge about a single topic. I hope that this thesis seminar offers you such an opportunity and, at the end of the semester, you can boast with confidence (and evidence) that you have developed good knowledge on certain issues related to energy and climate policy.
|Bemerkungen||The first two kick-off meetings are extremely important for completing your thesis. If you wish to enroll in this thesis seminar, please keep in mind the kick-off meeting on Feb 18 as you plan your semester.
(1) Kick-off meeting 1 (Lecture on thesis-writing and topics)
Feb 18, 2020 (Tuesday) 1015-1200
(2) Individual meetings to finalize your research question. (You will later sign up for a 30-minute time slot via Doodle)
Feb 27 or 28, 2020
(3) Mid-term presentation on research questions
March 9, 2020 (8:00 – 13:45)
(4) Individual consultation is welcome as you work on your thesis during this time (By appointment.)
(5) Submit the written thesis
May 17, 2020
(6) Mini Conference: Final presentations and discussions.
May 25 & 26, 2020 (8:00 – 13:45)
Full participation at (1) (2) (3) (5) and (6) is mandatory.
|Weblink||Weblink to ADAM|
|Teilnahmebedingungen||Please read the “Inhalt” section carefully for the seminar’s formal methodological requirements.
Admission is only granted to students who are enrolled at our faculty of business and economics, who have already completed their first year (60 credit points) and in addition have gained at least 50 credit points in the “Aufbaustudium”.
Highly recommended lecture: 43029 International Political Economy of Energy and Climate Policy
Required: 10150 Arbeitsmarktoekonomie or 10199 Angewandte Oekonometrie (if you plan to write an empirical thesis)
Required: 23347 Einführung in die Spieltheorie und Experimental Economics (if you plan to write a formal/game theory thesis)
Those who completed these lectures will be allocated with a higher priority.
|Anmeldung zur Lehrveranstaltung||The application for this seminar is done centrally until January 6th, 2020 with the Studiendekanat.
The link to the online application form and more information can be found here: https://wwz.unibas.ch/de/studium/bachelor/aufbaustudium/bachelorarbeit/
The registration is binding. In case of non-participation after registration it will be noted as "nicht erschienen" in the transcript. For a break up after recieving a subject and title, there will be a "1.0" recorded.
|Einsatz digitaler Medien||kein spezifischer Einsatz|
|Datum||18.02.2020 – 26.05.2020|
|Dienstag 18.02.2020||10.15-12.00 Uhr||Juristische Fakultät, Seminarraum S5 HG.54|
|Montag 09.03.2020||08.15-13.45 Uhr||Juristische Fakultät, Seminarraum S5 HG.54|
|Montag 25.05.2020||08.15-13.45 Uhr||Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät, Seminarraum S15 HG.31|
|Dienstag 26.05.2020||08.15-13.45 Uhr||Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät, Seminarraum S13 HG.35|
Modul Bachelorarbeit II (Economics) (Bachelorstudium: Wirtschaftswissenschaften)
|An-/Abmeldung zur Leistungsüberprüfung||An- und Abmelden: Fakultät|
|Wiederholtes Belegen||beliebig wiederholbar|
|Zuständige Fakultät||Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät / WWZ, email@example.com|
|Anbietende Organisationseinheit||Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät / WWZ|