Prof. Dr. Katharina Hölzle

Student Theses/Projects

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On this page you can find an overview of potential topics for student theses/projects at the Research Group IT-Entrepreneurship.

Please use the following form if you are interested in writing a thesis at the Research Group IT-Entrepreneurship. There you can enter one of the topics listed below as well as your own topic suggestions.

If you have any questions, please contact office-hoelzle(at)hpi.de.

Current Topics

Digital Entrepreneurship – What is Really Different?

Bachelor Thesis | Supervision: Prof. Dr. Katharina Hölzle

Digital entrepreneurship has become a most prominent topic in theory and practice. It is not quite clear, however, what and whether there are really differences to entrepreneurship as such. The goal of this work is a comprehensive literature analysis (e.g., using bibliometric methods) and/or discussions with experienced founders, business angels, and VCs to find out where they see differences and similarities.

Venturing Together for People, Profit, Planet – A Search for the Impact of Sustainable Entrepreneurial Ecosystems

Master Thesis | Supervision: Valeska Maul, Dr. Robert Rose

We are currently experiencing a rapid and dynamic emergence of sustainable entrepreneurial ecosystems. It remains unclear, however, how and with what impact sustainable entrepreneurial ecosystems are actually driving change, fostering different ways of thinking, or fostering entrepreneurial momentum. In this master thesis, an empirical-qualitative design (e.g., expert interviews) or empirical-quantitative design (e.g., panel data) can be employed.

In Progress

#WhoFollowsWhom? Mapping the Diversity of the Entrepreneurship Scholar Network on Social Media

Master Thesis | Supervision: Valeska Maul, Dr. Robert Rose, Anne Radunski

This Master's thesis examines the scientific network of entrepreneurship scholars on Twitter via a social media analysis. Specifically, this thesis focuses on the analysis of various diversities (e.g., interdisciplinarity) and to what extent they influence the discussion of trends and topics on social media.

Currently in development by Mr. Jonas Umland