If you fancy a final dissertation in "globalization, international development and new markets", take a moment to read the following guidelines:
1) If you already have an idea or you need help to focus it, just drop me a line and we can talk about it after fixing a meeting
2) As a general rule, I am not supervising more than 5 dissertation per class every year. I am teaching more than one course, I have past students still working on their dissertations and I want to provide everyone with a fair amount of my time. Therefore, don't wait for a last minute call and start planning your dissertation in advance, if you can. No need to rush, but..
3) Usually, a dissertation supervised by me involves between 5 to 10 candidate-supervisor meetings (either on person or via Skype), professional proof reading and a few headaches. But results are generally quite good