Economics Thesis Topics

List of 66 Economics Thesis Topics

  1. A characterisation of the British manager and investors: What are the differences?
  2. A model for the development of information and communication technology incubators in the UK. Analysis of the concentration of Top 50 IT companies.
  3. A resource-based theory analysis to firm co-operation.
  4. A study of how the theoretical assumptions of the New Institutional Economics’ (NIE) micro analytical level influence a firm’s choice of governance structures
  5. An assessment of the implications of Institutional Economics methodologies for the analysis of the property market
  6. An examination of the provisions of Institutional economics and neoclassical economics theses and methodologies
  7. Are British oligopolistic markets really oligopolistic?
  8. Are innovative firms in the UK more innovative than in Europe?
  9. Are mergers related to productivity in UK firms?
  10. Are networks affected by local proximity? Differences between co-localised and dispersed networks.
  11. Can entrepreneurial attitude be exported? The role of emigrants in introducing new entrepreneurial attitudes.
  12. Can the dominant-firm model be applied to the furniture retail industry in the UK?
  13. Changes at the job market through the past 20 years: destruction and creation of jobs.
  14. Characteristics of the innovative organisation in the UK
  15. Conditions for the existence of a knowledge firm
  16. Development and evolution of consumption in the USA over the past 20 years.
  17. Development of international economics and household finance
  18. Differences of entrepreneurial behaviour in rural and urban areas.
  19. Do other countries influence the development of economics in the USA and how do they affect it?
  20. Do unemployment rates grow together with economics?
  21. Does economic geography matter in contemporary environment? The role of information and communication technology in telecommuting.
  22. Does firm size affect firm profits? Evidence from manufacturing firms in the UK
  23. Economics of risk, uncertainty and expectational coordination
  24. Educational aspects of entrepreneurship. The role of formal school in promoting entrepreneurial capacities in the UK.
  25. Efficiency in the property market in the UK: An institutional perspective.
  26. Game theory and decision theory
  27. Governmental support that self-employment can or cannot have.
  28. How can policy support the creation of a local cluster?
  29. How can transaction costs economics account for inter-firm collaboration?
  30. How changes of oil prices affect the economics of the USA and other countries in the world.
  31. How development of regions can affect the general development and profit.
  32. How do habits and routines affect the productivity? The case of (an industry)
  33. How does growth of interest rates affect consumption and is there any correlation between them?
  34. How does job experience relate to entrepreneurship? Evidence from the UK.
  35. How does the culture mix impact on the organisation of firms in the UK?
  36. How labor regulation affects unemployment rates in the United States.
  37. How the US dollar affects the value of currency and development of economics in other countries.
  38. Importance of “Made In” labels. Is there a place for social reputation and competition in business in certain national economies?
  39. Innovative business in the USA: differences and similarities to innovative enterprises in Europe.
  40. Is there a role for bureaucracy in UK productivity?
  41. Is there any difference between unemployment in the USA and European countries?
  42. Is there any relationship between mature industries dominating small towns and their local cultural factors?
  43. Latent entrepreneurship: UK vs Europe
  44. National, regional and local policies to support local clusters: opportunities.
  45. Opportunities for the UK competition policy
  46. Ownership and control in the UK: An institutional analysis.
  47. Reasons that make salaries and prices vary in different regions of the United States.
  48. The ‘lock-in’ effect of a local cluster. The case of (a region).
  49. The correlation between productivity and growth of economics.
  50. The correlation of merges and productivity for small business.
  51. The economic geography of recession. Difference between regional and city economics I the UK
  52. The effect immigration to the USA causes on employment and productivity.
  53. The energy market in the UK: A microeconomic approach
  54. The impact of local and regional cultures on shaping entrepreneurial economic development.
  55. The impact of regulation on British industries: The case study of (an industry)
  56. The impact of the European regional policy on British small and medium enterprises (SMEs)
  57. The likelihood impact of Brexit on policy outcomes that shape the local economy in the UK cities.
  58. The place of self-employment in the general economics and development.
  59. The role of family business in economics and its place in the today’s business sphere.
  60. The role of international airports and economic geography.
  61. The role of local culture in promoting regional innovation networks.
  62. The role of social capital in development of economics.
  63. Transaction costs and economic development.
  64. Unemployment and labor mobility in the USA.
  65. What are the core antecedents and outcomes of the knowledge transference in specific economic area?
  66. What is causing regional divergence? An analysis to the richest and poorest regions in the UK.