– This topic therefore will explore these issues with recommendations as to how to mitigate these effects. Investment in developing countries – the potential for abuse of power and dereliction of duty – The use of foreign multinational enterprises in developing countries as a way of creating infrastructure through the exploitation of natural resources is one that is common place where these countries often see these companies undertaking social responsibilities such as building schools, medical facilities and creating jobs, etc that are traditionally the role of the state.
– If one considers a country such as Nigeria, where there is a large reliance on these companies (particularly oil) to provide the majority of the national exports and social responsibility mechanisms.
The Master’s thesis and the research internship are closely interlinked.
Together they form the final part of the programme, earning you a total of 30 EC.
The topic is chosen by the student, with the aid of tutors, during the second term of the academic year.
Includes a wide array of primary source documents and focuses on issues at the intersection of gender and class from the late-eighteenth century to the era of suffrage in the early-twentieth century, all through a transnational perspective.
You write your Master’s thesis based on the research you conduct during your internship, under guidance of your supervisor after your return to Utrecht.
The research is fequently closely related to the knowledge needs of the host organisation, which defines a relevant research topic.
This is so because not only does it present a social issue, but a far greater economic issue for these countries.
– This is so because there is a greater responsibility on governments to provide economic support to their citizens as a result of the virus e.g.