A fantasy thesis, subject of thesis can be anything that has to do with accounting, finance or marketing. 1. Describe what type of data do you have (or are planning to collect) -quantitative/qualitative; numerical/categorical; scale/ordinal/nominal 2. Explain (justify) why a non-parametric test would be suitable -assumptions of parametric and non-parametric statistical tests 3. Describe which non-parametric test would be suitable based on your research needs -independent groups (unpaired data) or dependent groups (paired data); two groups or more than two groups 4. Name the assumptions of your chosen non-parametric test (see from the course textbook and recommended literature) -e.g. regarding data distribution and data type 5. Point out the limitations of your study and how could these potentially affect your research results -e.g. sample size, data reliability threats, possible biases in the data 7-10 pages, 1,5 line spacing.