Undergraduate Research Theses, sample topics
During the last term of study at the Faculty of Economic sciences all students, including undergraduates are required to write and present their research thesis. This, along with certain number of credits and courses is a graduation requirement. Here at this page we list examples of undergaduate students' theses that illustrates the diversity of research opportunities at the Faculty of Economic Sciences.
Why Some Nations Prosper While Others Don't?
Volunteering Is A Magic Pill In The Labor Market... Or Is It?
Gun Free Zones - A Life Saver Or A Trap?
Why students cheat?
More topics and abstracts
Starting from 2013, abstracts of all student research thesis are published if they receive grade 7 or higher. You can familiarize yourself with the undergraduate research papers' full texts, if the authours gave HSE concent for publication.
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Why Undergraduates Should Do Research?
Establish yourself in the science community by having your name on publications
Make connections with faculty and staff
Develop valuable skills that will help you succeed in your classes and throughout life
Apply all of the complicated techniques and concepts you learn in class
Learn new things that you can not learn in class
Get a well rounded resume!
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