Outstanding Theses (GSAD Dissertations)

Semester Name Theme
AY 2020 Spring HASAN A K M Kamrul An Institutional Approach to Understanding the Impact of Capital Regulation (The Basel Framework) on Bangladeshi Banking Industry: A critique of multiple institutional failures
AY 2017 Spring FUNAKI Kaituu I Pangai Official Development Assistance (ODA): Exploring Priority, Disbursement, Dependency and Leverage from the Perspectives of Three Pacific Island Countries (PICs)
AY 2017 Spring WANG Liguo Conflict and Resistance in Tourism in Rural China
AY 2016 Spring ZOU Xiaolong UNDERSTANDING AND EVALUATING SUSTAINABLE URBAN TRENDS: CASE STUDIES FROM CHINA AND JAPAN
AY 2014 Fall NGUYEN Hoang Anh SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE DEBT FINANCING IN VIETNAM
AY 2014 Spring BANGURA Sheka ANALYSING DETERMINANTS OF RURAL HOUSEHOLD POVERTY AND POLICY OPTIONS IN POST-CONFLICT SIERRA LEONE
AY 2013 Fall ACKARADEJRUANGSRI Pajaree THE ATTRIBUTES OF PRODUCT QUALITY: AN ANALYSIS OF THAI PRODUCT QUALITY
AY 2013 Spring UDDIN, S. M. Sohrab Financial Deregulation, Bank Performance and the Need of Prudential Regulation for Developing Countries: Evidence from the Banking Sector of Bangladesh
AY 2012 Fall Lasmin Revisiting the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Diffusion in Developing Countries: Motives and Implications
AY 2012 Spring WANNIARACHCHIGE Manjula Kumara BANK RENT AS A TOOL FOR BANKING SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: An extended model with special reference to Sri Lanka
AY 2011 Spring DAHAL Rajiv Development of an ecotourism model for the Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park: ensuring sustainable development through tourism
AY 2010 Spring DOBROVOLSKAIA Anna The Institution of Jury Service in Japan: Past and Present
AY 2009 Fall ALEMU Aye Mengistu Determinants and Impacts of Vertical and Horizontal Export Diversification on Economic Growth: Empirical Evidence from East Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa
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