Browsing Cand.merc.POL - MSc in International Business and Politics by Title

Union Jack
Dannebrog

Browsing Cand.merc.POL - MSc in International Business and Politics by Title

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • Actors’ Influence on the Policy Formulation Process
    Christiansen, Carina (Frederiksberg, 2012)
  • How new technology is restructuring production in the 21st Century
    Rehnberg, Martha (Frederiksberg, 2015)
  • Jespersen, Pernille (Frederiksberg, 2015)
  • Three Decades of Swedish Foreign Aid: A Neo-Gramscian Analysis
    Sundell, Markus (Frederiksberg, 2013)
  • Towards efficient risk mitigation
    Majanen, Markus (Frederiksberg, 2011)
  • A social systems approach to banking risk
    Winther Pedersen, Nils (Frederiksberg, 2014)
  • Lautliev, Georgi Nikolov; Menter, Paul Joseph (Frederiksberg, 2014)
  • What is the role of big data in MCNs with corporate sustainability agenda and what is the practical use they can make of it?
    Zawistowska, Sylwia (Frederiksberg, 2015)
  • A case study of Ruby Cup and the needs and wants of consumers at the base of the pyramid
    D’Souza, Anne Veronica (Frederiksberg, 2013)
  • Understanding the Legitimation of Two Public-­‐Private Partnerships for Agricultural Value Chain Development in Tanzania
    Ek, Christina Ramberg (Frederiksberg, 2013)
  • Capitalizing on Danish Multinational Corporations’ shared value engagement in developing countries
    Sigh, Line (Frederiksberg, 2015)
  • Niculae, Elena (Frederiksberg, 2011)
  • Ramboll’s business strategy when navigating in a politically unstable country offering great business opportunities
    Asnæs, Stine Skouby (Frederiksberg, 2013)
  • How the West Lost, and China Gained Influence
    Bang, Peter Christian (Frederiksberg, 2015)
  • Exploring the influence of China’s involvement in southern Africa on the changing nature of the OECD aid regime
    Wilbertz, Clemens Peter Leonard; Sølver Rehling, Tobias (Frederiksberg, 2014)
  • The case of Angola, Nigeria and Sudan
    Turek, Maja Julia (Frederiksberg, 2011)
  • The paradox of ambitious policy in a small, open and exposed economy
    Gram, Klaudia (Frederiksberg, 2013)
  • An analysis of whether corporate social responsibility mechanisms in the form of coffee standards have reduced poverty in the coffee producing regions of Colombia
    Páez, José Fernando Bedoya (Frederiksberg, 2014)
  • Thesis on how less competitive local and EU firms, can strategically re-position themselves to be more competitive and create better possibilities for their business against those of the Chinese in the changing business environment in Kenya
    Mwangi, Daniel Maina (Frederiksberg, 2011)