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Bachelor/Master students Possible Development Strategies for the Hungarian Pension System
  • Student: Nóra Holczer 
  • Programme: Master thesis, M.Sc. in Advanced Economics and Finance
  • Status: Initiated, February 2020 
An Optimal East African Monetary Union? Optimum Currency Area Theory and Policy Recommendations for a Sustainable Monetary Union
  • Students: Florian Preis and Dominik Michael Thomas Rappe
  • Programme: Master thesis, M.Sc. in Advanced Economics and Finance
  • Status: Completed, June 2019 
The Populist Puzzle: Economic Causes and Implications of the Populist Upsurge
  • Students: Lasse Gerlich and Henning Sökeland
  • Programme: Master thesis, M.Sc. in Advanced Economics and Finance
  • Status: Completed, June 2019 
Monetary Policy in the Eurozone: The Effectiveness of the ECB's Quantitative Easing Programme 
  • Student: Mikkel Nørholm Rasmussen 
  • Programme: Bachelor project, International Business and Politics (IBP)
  • Status: Completed, June 2019
Debt, Pensions and Fiscal Policy under Dynamic Inefficiency and Demographic Change
  • Student: Tim Dominik Maurer
  • Programme: Master thesis, M.Sc. in Advanced Economics and Finance
  • Status: Completed, August 2018
Monetary Policy in the Eurozone: The Effectiveness of the ECB's Quantitative Easing Programme 
  • Student: Mikkel Thorup Hansen  
  • Programme: Bachelor project, International Business and Politics (IBP)
  • Status: Completed, June 2018
Public Debt Sustainability and Political Discourse in Contemporary France
  • Student: Raphael Gery Olivier Caron 
  • Programme: Bachelor project, International Business and Politics (IBP)
  • Status: Completed, June 2018
Low Interest Rate Environment and Quantitative Easing: The Effect on Danish Pension Fund Investments
  • Student: Jacob Strand 
  • Programme: Bachelor project, International Business 
  • Status: Completed, June 2017
Trade and Financial Imbalances in the Eurozone
  • Students: Mads Flarup and Christian Vorm 
  • Programme: Master thesis, cand.merc.mat.  
  • Status: Completed, June 2017
The Housing Market and the Role of Macroprudential Policy in Sweden
  • Students: Sara Carlson and Amanda Richter 
  • Programme: Master thesis, M.Sc. in Applied Economics and Finance 
  • Status: Completed, June 2017
Statsstøtte til F&U og direkte skatter i EU
  • Student:  Kristian Lange
  • Programme: Master thesis, cand.merc.jur.
  • Status: Completed, February 2017
The Incomplete Eurozone and Post-Crisis Economic Governance: Deleveraging in a Straitjacket?
  • Student:  Philip Hardø
  • Programme: Master thesis, International Business and Politics
  • Status: Completed, September 2016
On the Effects of Coordinated an Uncoordinated Fiscal and Monetary Policies: A Comparative Analysis
  • Students: Giulia Alfonsi and Carlotta Miotto
  • Programme: Master thesis, M.Sc. in Advanced Economics and Finance
  • Status: Completed, July 2016
Economic Consequences of BREXIT for the United Kingdom
  • Student: Sophie Natascha Vasbo
  • Programme: Master thesis, International Business and Politics
  • Status: Completed, January 2016
Fiscal Sustainability and Excessive Public Debt
  • Student: Filipe António Bonito Vieira
  • Programme: Master thesis, M.Sc. in Advanced Economics and Finance
  • Status: Completed, November 2015
An Inquiry into the EUR/DKK Fixed Exchange Rate Regime: An Explorative Case Study
  • Students: Rasmus Eitmann and Martin Hvid Henriksen
  • Programme: Bachelor project, International Business
  • Status: Completed, June 2015
Den danske finanspolitiske multiplikator i teoretisk og empirisk perspektiv
  • Student: Maria Jensen
  • Programme: Bachelor project, MØK
  • Status: Completed, June 2015
Crisis-Responding Policies and the Role of Price Rigidities: A Study of Monetary Policies in the US and the Eurozone
  • Student: Passaporn Voragul
  • Programme: M.Sc. in Advanced Economics and Finance
  • Status: Completed, October 2014
Fiscal Policy and Longevity
  • Student: Þorsteinn Sigurður Sveinsson
  • Programme: M.Sc. in Advanced Economics and Finance
  • Status: Completed, August 2014
Boligmarkedet i Danmark
  • Students: Sarah Rystrand and Katrine Byrgiel Havkrog
  • Programme: Bachelor project, MØK
  • Status: Completed, June 2014
Fragility of the Incomplete Monetary Union: Austerity in the Eurozone
  • Students: Katrine Damgaard and Philip Hardø
  • Programme: Bachelor project, IBP
  • Status: Completed, June 2014
Policy Lessons from Econometric Methods for Crisis Prediction: How Useful is the Alert Mechanism Scoreboard of the Macroeconomic Imbalance Procedure for Detecting Threats to EU Member States’ Economic Stability?
  • Student: Hanna Svae
  • Programme: Master thesis, oecon-studiet, SDU
  • Status: Completed, February 2014
The Challenge of Opting Out: The Case of Denmark
  • Student: Mauro Marconi
  • Programme: Master thesis, visiting student, Marche Polytechnic University, Ancona, ItalyStatus: Completed, November 2013
Countercyclical Regulation and Taxation in the Housing Market in a DSGE-model
  • Student: Casper Winther Jørgensen
  • Programme: Master thesis, oecon-studiet, SDU
  • Status: Completed, November 2013
Does the EU Provide Sufficient Policies to Ensure Financial Prosperity for Its Member States?
  • Students: Simon Aleksander Svendsen
  • Programme: 2nd year project – B.Sc. IBP
  • Status: Completed, June 2013
Financial Regulatory Governance of the EU: A Comparative Study of the EU and the US Responses to the Global Financial Crisis
  • Students: Pernille Juhl Dagø and Sophie Vasbo
  • Programme: Bachelor project, IBP
  • Status: Completed, June 2013
Capital Flight: An Empirical Study on P.I.G.S.
  • Student: William Alexander McCaslin
  • Programme: M.Sc. in Applied Economics and Finance
  • Status: Completed, May 2013
Costs of Diversity in the EMU: An Analysis of Some Aspects and Impacts
  • Student: Stefan Urech
  • Programme: M.Sc. in Applied Economics and Finance
  • Status: Completed, November 2012
Finanskrisen. Konsekvenser og regulering
  • Student: Christina Pedersen
  • Programme: cand.merc.jur., kandidatafhandling
  • Status: Completed, July 2012
Iceland: Globalization vs. Independence
  • Student: Kathrine Lindegaard
  • Programme: B.Sc., IB
  • Status: Completed, June 2012
Ricardian Equivalence: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis
  • Student: Niels Joachim Gormsen
  • Programme: B.Sc., IB
  • Status: Completed, January 2012
Fiscal Imbalances and Policy Options in a Time of Crisis: Implications of Government Debt in the GIISP Countries.
  • Student: Mathias Ledam Rasmussen
  • Programme: M.Sc. in Applied Economics and Finance
  • Status: Completed, August 2011
Fiscal Framework for the Euro Area
  • Student: Pernille Juhl Dagø, Sophie Vasbo, Christian Raben Alberg og Anders G. Christiansen
  • Programme: 2nd Year Project, IBP
  • Status: Completed, May 2011
Public Debt Crisis in Europe
  • Student: Tigran Dinons
  • Programme: M.Sc., Applied Economics and Finance
  • Status: Completed, February 2011


Last updated by: Dominik Michael Thomas Rappe 17/02/2020