Andrea Fracasso

Prorettore alla programmazione e risorse

Università degli Studi di Trento


Professore ordinario

Dipartimento di Economia e Management

Professore ordinario: Scuola di Studi Internazionali - SSI

Via Inama, 5 - 38122 Trento
tel. 0461 282216
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Suggerimenti per argomenti di tesi - liste di titoli indicativi e raccomandazioni
 (2022)
martedì 07 settembre 2021

Thesis proposals for dissertations - Please, read carefully the instructions at the bottom of the page

The list below contains some tentative titles/topics. Students can choose to write their theses in Italian if permitted by the Degree regulation. Students interested in different aspects of these broad topics are encouraged to contact me with a page-long proposal. Other proposals will be considered as well to the extent that they are well motivated.   

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  • Technological innovation, Covid19 and Jobs
  • Spatial productivity and places
  • The new EU industrial strategy
  • Addressing climate change in the EU: ETS and CBAM
  • Reforming EU competition policy
  • Trade defence mechanisms in the EU
  • Sanctions and economic affairs
  • Monetary policy strategies: the Fed and the ECB
  • The Belt and Road Initiative
  • Global value chain disruptions

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General information for Master's students

To participate in a Graduation Session, Master's candidates have to submit a 'request' signed by their supervisors far in advance.

This is not meant to make the supervisor take a ‘leap of faith’. Rather it implies that students, to be admitted to a Graduation Session, must submit their work in a fairly advanced status.

This implies that I shall authorize NO STUDENT to submit the request before I have corrected 2/3 of the thesis. Hence, students must send such material before the deadline for submitting the request to graduate.

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General information for BA students

Students should contact the potential supervisor at least three months before the expected graduation date.