Choice of thesis supervisor

 Supervisor Seminar related topics/ Sample topics of dissertation
dr hab. Dominika Bochańczyk-Kupka
Department of Economics

Seminar related topics:
Macroeconomic issues such as inflation, monetary policy, modern central banks, economic growth and development, business cycles, comparison of economic systems models, economic policy, the role of economic freedom, economic inequality.   

Sample topics of dissertation:
1. Inflation Growth after 2020 - Causes and Effects;
2. The Role of Central Banks in Modern Monetary Policy;
3. Monetary Policy Transmission and Policy Coordination in China. The Impact of China’s State-Sponsored Digital Currency. Economic Freedom in the 21st century - Main Trends in the Countries at Different Levels of Development  

dr hab. Ewa Dziwok, prof. UE
Department of Department of Applied Mathematics

Seminar related topics:
Portfolio analysis, risk measurement and management, monetary policy, fixed income instruments, derivatives, green finance, alternative investment 

Sample topics of dissertation:
1.Green monetary policy,
2. ESG investment
3. Fixed income portfolio measurement / management
4. Liquidity management
5. Liquidity risk
6. Alternative investment portfolio 

dr hab. Bożena Frączek, prof. UE
Department of Banking and Financial Markets

Seminar related topics:
Investment (capital markets, traditional and innovative financial instruments, alternative investments);
Risk management; Financial Analysis of Enterprises;
Standard Finance vs. Behavioral Finance Elements of Behavioral Finance;
Personal Finance Management;
Financial Education; Financial Inclusion.

Sample topics of dissertation:
1. Analysis of chosen investment instrument(s)/strategy(ies) in chosen period of time
2. Alternative investments (selected instrument (s)/asset(s)/strategy(ies))
3. Elements of financial analysis (efficiency, liquidity etc. or full analysis) on the base of selected enterprise
4. Anomalies in Financial Markets
5. Analysis of chosen behavioral bisases
6. Financial Pyramids
7. Savings/Investments of households (taking into account the impact of Covid-19, Russian invasion of Ukraine, inflation, etc.)
8.Borrowing money in households (e.g. problem of debt spiral, bankruptcy of household)

dr hab. Ewa Maruszewska, prof. UE
Department of Business Informatics and International Accounting

Seminar related topics:
Accounting ethics + tax avoidance
Tax accounting
New technologies in accounting
Behavioral research in accounting
Decision-making in accounting
Budgetary slack

Sample topics of dissertation:
1. Accounting strategies/policy in the measurement and disclosure of tangibles/intangibles/receivables/etc..
2. Implementation of ABC in the scope of warehouse/inventory management
3. Internal control for the management of finished products in the company
4. Manual of accounting procedures for the adoption of the international accounting standard for property, plant, and equipment
5. Accounting guidelines for the control of accounts payable of the small and medium companies
6. A model plan to minimize the risk of penalties for non-compliance with VAT formal duties - a case study
7. Cognitive moral development of accounting students and accounting professionals in Poland - a survey
8. Audit risk / Financial reporting risk associated with fraudulent bookkeeping - a case study
9. A comparative analysis of satisfaction with accounting information systems
10. Does automation of accounting information make the data more secure and stable?
11. Are Polish accountants using budgetary slack?
12. A systematic literature review on the factors affecting budgetary slack creation
13. The effect of auditing on financial reporting
14. Studying the effect of anchoring bias on the judgment in financial accounting

dr hab. inż. Krzysztof Targiel, prof. UE
Department of Operations Research 

Seminar related topics:
Volatility prediction, influence of social media sentiment on stock market  

Sample topics of dissertation:
1. Volatility prediction with neural networks
2. The influence of twitter sentiment on market volatility    
3. The sentiment analysis for volatility predictions.