The Master's Thesis or Research Project Report is the ultimate educational outcome of our 2-year Global MBA and reflects the academic training and research skill of the student as well as the level of critical thinking, analytical inquiry and presentation skills provided by our program.
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Abstracts of Distinguished Master's Theses and Research Project Reports
2023The following 2023 graduates were recognized for their outstanding master's thesis or research project report.
- Francisco Alberto Ehrler Pineda
Abstract: EXPLORING THE ODDS OF BECOMING A PARENT IN JAPAN
- Jae Eun Jung
Abstract: Understanding generation MZ consumers’
purchase motivation for food character products
and its application in social marketing
- Lawrence Andrew Medina
Abstract: Investigating the Relationship Between Top-Selling Sunscreen Products and Japanese Consumer Needs
2022The following 2022 graduates were recognized for their outstanding master's thesis or research project report.
- Do Hanh Dung
Abstract: HOW ONLINE ADVERTISING INFLUENCES
VIETNAMESE CONSUMERS’ ATTITUDES AND ITS
IMPACT ON PURCHASE INTENTION?
- Hargun Kaur Luthra
Abstract: The (R)Evolution of Sustainable Fashion in India
A Study on Conscious Consumerism Among the Indian Young Adults
- Wikanda Pornpunyanuruk
Abstract: MEDIATING ROLE OF RESILIENCE ON THE
EFFECT OF PERSONALITY TRAITS ON JOB
2021The following 2021 graduates were recognized for their outstanding master's thesis or research project report.
- Cordova Hidalgo Carlos Emmanuel
Abstract: Exploring the effects of COVID-19 Pandemic in Music Consumption in the Valley of Mexico's Metropolitan Area
- Mittal Vrati
Abstract: CEO COMPENSATION & FIRM PERFORMANCE
A STUDY OF LISTED FAMILY AND NON-FAMILY FIRMS IN INDIA
- Nouran Hamdy Eltohamy Eltohamy
Abstract: Exploratory research of the Halal restaurants at the most traveling destinations for Muslims in Tokyo - Osaka, and Kyoto
2020The following 2020 graduates were recognized for their outstanding master's thesis or research project report.
- Nguyen Thi Bich Toan
Abstract: Earnings Management of Family and Non-Family Firms in Vietnam: Board Structure Impact
- Sullivan Kurt
Abstract: Estimating the Impact of Public Grants on Researcher Productivity: An Analysis of Biomedical Research in Japan, 2007 to 2017
- Shen Xuanhan
Abstract: Analysis of Influenza Vaccine Supply Chain Sharing Strategies Under Secured Service Level: Case in Japan
- Khaled Mohamed Mahmoud Ali Ahmed
Abstract: The Impact of Corporate Sustainability on Employee Engagement: The Case of Lixil Japan
- Hussain Ahista
Abstract: ESG Ratings, Investor Preferences and Firm Performance: Qualitative and Empirical Evidence from South Africa
2019The following 2019 graduates were recognized for their outstanding master's thesis or research project report.
- Suvikrom Anantakulnadhee
Abstract: The Motivation for Spending on 'GACHA' Content of the Mobile Social Game
- Frisco Benton
Abstract: Fairness Perception of Demand-Based Pricing for Retail Apparel In the Physical Store
- Maha El Khamlichi
Abstract: Exploratory Research: Creative Confidence, Entrepreneurial Intentions and Fear of Failure in Moroccan Context
- Kristina Lavrova
Abstract: Eco-Awareness of the Customers of the Eco-Hotels in Russian Federation, Do They Care?
- Le Thi Bich Tram
Abstract: Corporate Governance and Firm Performance in Publicly Listed Family and Non-Family Firms in Manufacturing Industry in Japan
2018The following 2018 graduates were recognized for their outstanding master's thesis or research project report.
- Kwena Isadore Moabelo
Abstract: Financing Independent Film in Japan: Exploring Alternative Sources of Funding
- Nguyen Duc Tran
Abstract: Human Resource Development: Self-Efficacy as a Key Measurement of Performance Improvement
- Marius Weber
Abstract: Examining the Extent to Which After-Sales Service Attributes Influence Customer Satisfaction, Customer Retention, and Customer Loyalty: A Study of the Earthmoving Equipment Industry of South Africa
2017The following 2017 graduates were recognized for their outstanding master's thesis or research project report.
- Widad Lamallaoui
Abstract: Key Factors Inhibiting Marketing Strategies Implementation in Morocco
- Victor Mabutas
Abstract: Completing the Philippine IPO Puzzle: A Qualitative and Quantitative Approach
- Njabulo Stephen Sibisi
Abstract: Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in South Africa