- Christopher Bradbury - Will carbon pricing increase inequality? Measuring the carbon tax welfare effects in South Africa. Supervisor: Dr Thomas Douenne, ASE;
- Cagla Su Isbilen - "No brand is telling me what not to eat”: The Impact of Brand Type and Injunctive Norm Appeals on Consumers’ Intention to Reduce Their Meat Consumption. Supervisor: Dr Marlene Vock, ABS
- Jessica Loureiro Simões - Information restriction on product packaging and its impact on consumer behavior. Supervisor: Dr Jantsje Mol, ASE;
- Anna Laura Von Bomhard - Looking at Glasses Through a Green Lens: Can Eyewear be Part of the Circular Economy Theory? – Investigating the Concept of Circularity in the Eyewear Industry. Supervisor: Dr Aldo Do Carmo, ABS.
The selection committee
A selection committee, composed by Dr Natalie Lee (ASE), Prof. Sander Onderstal (Strategy & International Business, ABS), Dr Elisabeth Proehl (Macro & International Economics, ASE), Dr Almasa Sarabi ( Leadership & Management, ABS) and chaired by Dr Vittoria Scalera (ASF Director) carefully reviewed all the 14 nominated theses. This prize is given to the best EB master thesis in sustainability research featuring not only novel ideas, and rigorous methodologies, but also a considerable impact on society.
The ASF Thesis prize
The winning student will receive an award and 1.500 Euros. To recognise teaching contributions, 500 Euros will be awarded to the supervisor. The deadling of submission of theses closed last September 30th, 2022.
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