Conclusions and recommendations are the final part of the dissertation. They should follow naturally from the work done to this point and should summarize the key issues emerging from your work and set it in a wider context. Is it possible, for example, to generalize on the basis of your findings? Your conclusion should do this without bringing in any new arguments. Keep it concise and focused on the implications of your findings.
Depending on the nature of the subject matter, you may wish to offer recommendations. These may be for the industry in terms of future action or for researchers considering a similar topic. It is appropriate for you to suggest other, related, avenues for further consideration.

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