Lecturers at the Research Unit of Law supervise theses all types of degree theses: bachelor, master, diploma and doctoral.
The topic of the thesis may stem from:
- Suggestions by the Research Unit of Law (see the list below);
- Your own proposal; or
- Build on your own work done in one of our courses.
Please note that your thesis must have a clear link to core areas of your degree programme. Please consult the corresponding curriculum, opens in new window.
|Addressing Climate Change through Spatial Planning Law: Existing Approaches, Necessary Reforms|
|Planning Competences at the Federal Level versus Competences at State Level|
|The Legal Framework for Energy-efficient Construction: European Law Provisions and their National Implementation|
|Contractual Spatial Planning: Review of the Goals and Modes of Implementation, Analysis of the Constitutional Limits|
|Mobilisation of Building Land: Review of Existing and Envisaged Instruments, Analysis of the Constitutional Limits|
|Regulating Second Homes: Approaches and Instruments, Provisions in European and National Constitutional Law|
|Steering the Densification in Town Centres through Law|
|The Legal Framework for Citizen Participation in Spatial Planning Processes: Open Questions|
|Open Data Systems in Planning: Legal Questions|
|Legal Basis of a Mobility Services Guarantee: Opportunities and Limits|
|Promoting Sustainable Forms of Mobility: Necessary Reforms in Transport and Traffic Law|
|The Organization of Local Public Transport: Review and Critical Analysis of Existing Structures|
|Legal Framework for Public Housing in Austria: Adaptations through Energy Efficiency Provisions|