Final Research Project Awards 2016-17
For the 7th consecutive year, IBEI has granted the Final Research Project Awards. The winners of the awards receive €200. This year there are two ex aequo awards which will receive €100.
The committee for the selection of the IBEI Final Research Project Awards 2016-2017 agreed to award the prize to students Olwen Smith, Filippo Ristoldo and Lyuba Golovina, and two awards ex aequo for Ann-Kathrin Beck and Oliver Rix.
Furthermore, 4 Final Research Projects have been awarded a diploma and a qualification of distinction, stated in the academic transcripts.
Final Research Project Awards
- Olwen Smith (Master’s in International Relations), Winds of Change? An Analysis of Regional Variations in Corporate Discourse on Climate Change
- Filippo Ristoldo (Master’s in International Security), Attacks against Cultural Property as a weapon of war: An exploratory case study
- Lyuba Golovina (Master's in International Development), Measuring the Effects of Foreign-Educated Leaders on Government Education Expenditure in Sub-Saharan Africa
Final Research Project Awards ex aequo
- Ann-Kathrin Beck (Erasmus Mundus Master’s in Public Policy (Mundus MAPP)), Climbing the Ladder of Participation. Non-State Stakeholder Involvement in the Negotiation Process of the Vietnam Voluntary Partnership Agreement under the EU FLEGT Action Plan
- Oliver Rix (Erasmus Mundus Master’s in Public Policy (Mundus MAPP)), Beyond the Crisis: The Reproduction and Transformation of Long-Term Care Practice and Policy in England
Final Research Projects with Distinction
- Janina Kempf (Master’s in International Relations), On the Road to Wider Divergence? Ethnocentrism and its Drivers in Germany, Post-Refugee Influx 2016
- Shelina Assomull (Master’s in International Relations), How has Gibraltar’s position within Britain’s military structure impacted on the role of women in Gibraltar Society?
- Stefania De Santis (Master’s in International Security), When do Ethnic Organizations Resort to Violence in Democratic Countries? The Mapuche case
- Diewertje Hendriks (Master's in International Development), Is Distributive Justice Sufficient for a Climate Finance Regime? A Climate Justice based approach to Climate Funds