Typical Thesis Topics Vienna
Thesis supervision in Vienna:
Current issues such as structure, references and data, communication with experts, style as well as plagiarism are treated in the classes labelled “colloquium” throughout the term. The presentation of core ideas of the master thesis is compulsory in one of the last sessions of seminar “Advances in Law and Economics” in June. One complete draft is reviewed upon request, by first half of July at latest.
- Budgetary Law
“Advantages and Disadvantages of Annual Budgets”
A Revival of PPBS?”
- Privatization and Deregulation
Analysis of the Potential to Privatize and Deregulate in the Field of Higher Education
- Constitutional Law
Eroding Division of Power
Pinning Down Core functions of the State
Future Role of Internationally Acting NGO’s
- Property Rights
Means and Ends of Public Domain
Intergenerational Paternalism (Obligation to Favorable Decisions)
- Transaction Cost Analysis
Externalities, Remedies and the ex ante versus ex post Dilemma
- Voluntary Non-Profit-Organization
Substitutes or Complements for Public Services
- Administrative Law
Efficiency of Administrative Procedure
The Optimal Labor Contract for Civil Servants
- Public Sector Auditing and Controlling
“Privatizing Public Auditors?”
“The (Non)Sense of Sunset Legislation”
- Tort Law
Bankruptcy and Shareholder Rights
- Regulatory Impact Analysis
Haw to Do RIA for Primary Law – An Implementation Puzzle
"Dear Prospective EMLE Students, Dear Professors,
I am very happy for being an EMLE student and in particular having had the chance to study in two renowned universities, respectively ILE/Hamburg University-Germany and RILE, Eramus University Rotterdam.
Being a non EU student, I was eligible and lucky to be granted the Eramus Mundus Merit Scholarship from the European Commission for Education and Science.
This programme has enabled me to make use of economic methods to explain the efficiency of laws. I was impressed from the high profile of lecturers and their devotion to this school of thought. EMLE Programme is not like a usual LL.M. programme - it goes beyond by providing new insights and approaches.
Furthermore, the EMLE programme helped me to build up precious friendship with young people coming all over the continents! I miss my EMLE friends.
Last but not least, My special thanks and gratitude go to Prof. Dr. Thomas Eger for his patience, very high teaching performance and kindness.
[EMLE Student 2008/2009]