This is information for students who are looking for my MA thesis supervision:
I do not offer ready-made topics. For me, finding a suitable topic is part of the process of working on an MA thesis. You should think about a topic you would like to work on. This also includes formulating a research question (which is a sentence with a question mark at the end).
If you have found a topic (or, better yet, two or three), and only then, please contact me.
Importantly, please note that I do not supervise pure literature overview topics. There should definitely also be a formal part to your thesis work (where formal could mean, e.g., theoretical/formal (not just verbal) modeling or statistical or econometric analysis of data).
Before I can eventually think about becoming the supervisor of your MA thesis, you need a topic, and I need to see that it is a suitable subject for an MA thesis (this is often a difficult process) and whether I can be a competent supervisor for the topic. To make a decision, you will have to provide an exposé of your planned MA thesis research work.
In case you contact me about potential MA thesis supervision, please mention whether you have taken any of my courses (and if you have, which one and in which year).