Master theses of the EUCAIS class 2013 — 2015
The individual research work is a highly important element of the EUCAIS Master programme. On the basis of the methodological knowledge gained in the appropriate courses on research methods and their application to real research questions, students chose a topic from a list of subjects proposed by the faculty or proposed a topic on their own.
The spectrum of subjects of the master theses ranges from EU – Central Asian relations, European and / or Central Asian integration processes, to current developments within Central Asian countries and their regional and international interactions.
Please find below the best noted master theses of the 2013 — 2015 class as examples of the research work carried out in the framework of the EUCAIS master programme:
- Azizbek Aminjonov, Uzbekistan: “The compliance and effectiveness of the European Union crisis management practices with the principles of the new Keynesian views by Joseph Stiglitz within the framework of the world economic crisis of 2008”
- Maya Ashirova, Turkmenistan: “Energy security issues in EU energy policy: case study of shale gas production in EU”
- Rustam Bekmyradov, Turkmenistan: “Turkmenistan’s potential accession to the WTO — lessons to be learned from other countries”
- Mariya Galtser, Kazakhstan: “Sovereignty. Identity. Integration”
- Diana Usmanova, Uzbekistan: “The EU’s Trade Policy and the World Market – is the EU a Protectionist Power?”