Being one of the vastest fields of research in economics, finance gives undergraduate and graduate students a lot of room to pick out their research topics. At the same time, though, this expansive legroom can confuse many students in choosing their finance dissertation topics, especially if they’re students from a foreign country studying in an English speaking country, such as the UK and thus seek finance dissertation topics help.
Foreign student or not, this blog post will enable you to go through some interesting dissertation topics on finance so you can twist them and tweak them and use them for your finance dissertation.
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List of finance dissertation topics:
Before we get going, keep in mind that you’re supposed to take the titles you like and customise them by changing the given parameters.By parameters, I mean the firm being studied, the location, or the methodology. All of these are ways to make an already used research problem interesting for research again.
Here’s your list:
How do stakeholder relationships shape financial ethics in supply chains in the UK?
Data mining practices by finance students- a UK based exploration.
How does social transmission bias impact individuals’ financial decision making in the UK? A pragmatic view.
How important is a financial background for women to construct household budgets? Evaluation of primary data in the UK.
A discussion on the flexibility of budgets based on their types.
Perceptions of the finance departments of multinationals within the organisation- An exploration of other departments perspectives.
What exactly does the finance department do? An exploration of the changing roles of finance departments in the UK across time.
Financial development in the Internet age- what is the progress already made and where is further progress headed?
How have developments in Islamic finance impacted non-Muslim individuals’ attitudes towards Islamic banking? Evidence from the UK.
How has the banking sector developed in countries with high-income inequality? An exploration.
Is there a correlation between financial development and innovation? Finding the answers.
An exploratory analysis of gender gaps in finance learning academia in the UK.
Differences and similarities in finance decisions across supply chains in the UK- a primary investigation.
Key reasons for finance students’ academic performances in undergraduate and graduate programs.
How are ethics in financial decision making related to socio-economic and cultural environments? A phenomenological study
Supply chain SMEs’financial decision making for uncertainty and risk- what does the UK perspective inform us?
How feasible is entrepreneurial financial education for the entrepreneur and the institution? A phenomenological exploration.
How do SMEs optimize on external funding decisions? Evidence from the UK.
External funding requirements and social circles of entrepreneurs in the UK.
A comparative evaluation of ethics between finance-based entrepreneurs and finance professionals in large organisations in the UK.
Financial ethics in a multi-cultural environment- evidence from the UK.
How is politics related to financial growth- a comparative evaluation of developed and developing economies.
How do non-finance specialists read and determine financial statements for decision making?How helpful are financial tools for novice entrepreneurs? An online survey?
How helpful are financial tools for novice entrepreneurs? An online survey?
Finance and sustainability- a look at the green in finance.
War financing as determinants of political votes- what does evidence inform us?
The contribution of long working hours to financial decision making in the organisation- Is it worth it?
The shift towards micro-finance in the British banking sector (2001-2016).
Introduction of collective investment in the UK: A quantitative analysis.
Effect of consumers’ access to financial services on growth: A comparative study of the UK and the USA.
Regional comparison of Asia and Europe with regard to financial innovation in public banks.
Emerging markets and the myth of cheap economy: A case study from Africa.
Foreign direct investment and its impact on progress in emerging economies: Studying Europe after WWII.
Leading investors and their behaviour in the British private equity market during 2005-2014.
A theoretical analysis of hedge funds: Do they enhance returns or diversify risk?
A study of popular strategies for managing liquidity risk in the British private banking sector.
Assessing a financial institution’s credit risk: A British study.
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