Circular Economy Thesis Library

Circular Economy Research and Education

Bachelor’s (#9) and Master’s Theses (#8) on Circular Economy


2018/2019 (4…)
Küster E. (2019).  Solving the plastic dilemma: Assessing policy strategies for the transition to a circular economy for plastic packaging, The Cases of England and Germany, University College Maastricht, Maastricht University, The Netherlands, 44 pages, Supervisor: Dr. Serdar Türkeli
Flamand G. (2019). A Paradigm Shift in Dutch Environmental Management Values,University College Maastricht, Maastricht University, The Netherlands, 46 pages, Supervisor: Dr. Serdar Türkeli
Rodríguez L.M. (2019). Burying Opportunities: Business and Policy Perspectives on Circular Economy Transition in Plastic Production and Consumption in Costa Rica, A Q-Methodology Study, University College Maastricht, Maastricht University, The Netherlands, 36 pages, Supervisor: Dr. Serdar Türkeli
Böllhoff B. (2019). A Circular System for the Fashion Industry: Business Case or Trend?,  University College Maastricht, Maastricht University, The Netherlands, 46 pages, Supervisor: Dr. Serdar Türkeli

2017/2018 (6)
Törmälä, E. (2018). Circuits to circulation? Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment in transitioning to a Circular Economy in the European UnionUnpublished Bachelor thesis, University College Maastricht, Maastricht University, The Netherlands, 31 pages, Supervisor: Dr. Serdar Türkeli
Schots T. (2018). The Future of Consumer Goods is Circular, but How to Get There?, University College Maastricht, Maastricht University, The Netherlands, 44 pages, Supervisor: Dr. Serdar Türkeli
Schmidt C.G. (2018). Circular Economy: A Sustainable Alternative for the Textile Industry, UNU-MERIT/MGSoG Maastricht University, Maastricht, The  Netherlands, 85 pages,  Second Reader: Dr. Pui-hang Wong
Haddad C. R. (2018). Configurational conditions of Circular Economic performance in the EU-28: a fuzzy set analysis approach, UNU-MERIT/MGSoG Maastricht University,  Maastricht, The  Netherlands, 109 pages,  Second Reader: Michelle González Amador
Schiffer L. (2018). Measurement of Food Loss and Waste: A Multi-Sectoral Argumentative Analysis, UNU-MERIT/MGSoG Maastricht University,   Maastricht,   The  Netherlands,  70 pages,  Second Reader: Bart Kleine Deters
Nyoike W. (2018). Status and Prospects of Alternatives to Plastic Use in Different World Regions: Case of Plastic Packaging,  UNU-MERIT/MGSoG , Maastricht University,   Maastricht,   The  Netherlands,   89 pages,  Second Reader: Julia Reinold

2016/2017 (2)
Rasche C. (2017). Can Bioplastics Become the New Black: A Socio-Technical System Analysis of Bioplastics in the Context of Transitioning towards a Circular Bioeconomy in the European Union,  University College Maastricht , Maastricht University, The Netherlands, 45 pages, Supervisor: Dr. Serdar Türkeli
Kably N. (2017). Fuzzy-set Qualitative Comparative Analysis as a New Method for Policy Evaluation: Green Growth in the EU15, Efficiency and Circularity, UNU-MERIT/MGSoG  Maastricht  University,   Maastricht,   The  Netherlands,   107  pages,  Second Reader: Emmanuel Mensah

2015/2016  (5)
Gresele V. (2016). The meat issue: is it really environmentally friendly? A discussion based on the environmental impacts of the production, consumption and waste management of meat, University College Maastricht, Maastricht University, The Netherlands,  2016,  Supervisor:  Dr. Serdar Türkeli 
Peake A. (2016). Is Circular Economy the Solution to the Tragedy of Commons?, University College Maastricht, Maastricht University, The Netherlands,  2016, Supervisor: Dr. Serdar Türkeli
Dufourmont  J. (2016).  Data  and Participatory  Challenges  in Transition  to a Circular  Economy  in European  Cities, UNU-MERIT/MGSoG  Maastricht  University,   Maastricht,   The  Netherlands,   107  pages,  Second Reader: Iulia Falcan
Dechamps Y. (2016). The Circular economy in Singapore: A Sectoral and Institutional Analysis, UNU-MERIT/MGSoG Maastricht University, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 113 pages, Second Reader: Iulia Falcan
Clay T. (2016). The Technological and Financial Challenges in Transition toward a Circular Economy,  UNU-MERIT/MGSoG Maastricht University, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 92 pages, Second Reader: Iulia Falcan