|Lecturer||Prof. Dr. Laura Marie Edinger-Schons, Dr. Jenni Sipilä, Inken Blatt, Michael Verbücheln|
|Course Format||Master’s thesis|
|Credit Points||15 ECTS|
|Language||English or German|
Currently offered topics for master theses:
|The Effect of Exchange Mechanisms in the Sharing Economy.||Inken Blatt|
|Image vs. Descriptive Appeals. An analysis of the effectiveness of different appeals to enhance pro-environmental behavior.||Inken Blatt|
|Good intentions? An empirical investigation of stakeholder perceptions of corporate communications of motives for CSR.||Inken Blatt|
|How Corporate Volunteers Become Internal Change Agents||Michael Verbücheln|
|Win, Win, Win? - When do non-profit organizations also benefit from corporate volunteering?||Michael Verbücheln|
|Bringing Purpose to the Job - How Empoyer Support for Corporate Volunteering can increase Job Meaningfulness||Michael Verbücheln|
|Strategic CSR Programs - Investigating the Effects of Employee Involvement in Sustainability Activities||Michael Verbücheln|
|The Effect of Moral Foundations Appeals on Consumer Reactions to Corporate Political Activism||Moritz Appels|
The time allowed for completing the master thesis is 11 weeks, beginning from the official registration of the thesis.
Before writing your thesis, please read these guidelines.
Please refer to the “Prüfungsordnung” of MMBR for further details.
For any further questions, please contact the supervisor of the topic, in which you are interested.
Updated: July 2018