23 August 2015

Car Hire research

Assignment


Work together in groups of 2-4 students from your module.  You should inform your tutor in writing of your group members.  You may not subsequently change group without the agreement of your tutor. 

Each member of the group should play the part of a trainee manager in the company.  Each person should take on a particular role – (e.g. trainee branch manager, trainee marketing manager, trainee staff manager, trainee IT manager, etc); agree the roles between the members of the group.

You will have the opportunity in Week 11 to interview the senior management to seek further information regarding the requirements.  One of your tutors will play the role of a manager within the company.
   
You may make any reasonable assumptions where the information is not available in the Case Study – but should not extend the scope of the system.  You should note any assumptions you have made.


Consider the Case Study and carry out the following tasks.

1.         Produce a written report (consisting of the individual reports and the group report) for the Chief Executive.  (You should have a fairly good draft available by Week 11;  the final report has to be handed in during Week 13).                                                                                                                                                 (80%)
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2.         Prepare a presentation of the key points of your report for Week 14.              (20%)

Your presentation will be to your tutors who will play the parts of Senior Management within the company





Written Report (80%)

Each individual member of the team should carry out the following task (Task 1) for a different company.  (These will help the group with Task 3).

1.
Report on a chosen company in the Car Hire sector
Select a company in the Car Hire sector    

Carry out some research on the company – including review of the Annual Report and Accounts, consideration of physical car hire centres and viewing of website(s).  

Write a brief report (around 4 sides of A4) summarising key aspects of the business.   Include an overview assessment of the likely information processing requirements for the business.
INDIVIDUAL
40

The group as a whole should carry out Tasks 2-7 below.  

2.
Organisation Chart (Current) for Star Cars and a description of the type of structure

GROUP
 5
3.
Analysis of Competition
a. Screen dumps from the websites of four competitor firms – a small number of relevant pages for each
b. brief description of each of the competitors – size, market, locations, etc
c.  Commentary on what each site contains, what facilities it offers
d. criticism and comparison of the sites.
GROUP
 5
4.
Processes and data storage for the firm’s proposed website
a.  Use Case Diagram showing the main processes and actors for the proposed website
b.  Entity Relationship Diagram (Logical Data Model) showing the main entities about which data will need to be stored – plus attributes
GROUP

10
5.
Design for the new website
a.Tree structure showing links between pages.
b. Develop a ‘House Style’ for your system:  define typeface and colours used, produce sketches of four sample pages – including the home page
c. Rationale for your design and comparison with competitors’ sites
GROUP

10
6.
Minutes of Meetings
These should be brief, and should include: date and time of meeting, who was present, brief summary of discussion, decisions made and action points. 
GROUP
 5
7.
Learning from the exercise
a.What did you learn from the tasks? Consider technical skills, team-working, fact-finding techniques, understanding how an organisation operates etc. 
GROUP

5


Presentation of written report

Use a standard business report style – including numbered headings and sub-headings.

A Title page should be added showing the names and/or student ids of all group members.  Each member should sign to confirm that their details are correct. 

A Contents page should be added.

There should be a reference list detailing all books, journals, web-sites, etc. that you have cited within your report

All parts of the report (group and individual) should follow the same format – and the parts of the report should follow on from each other.

The report as a whole (including both group and individual parts) should be bound.  Comb binding is preferable.  

Each page of the individual element of the report (Task 1) should indicate the author.

Each page of the group part of the report (Tasks 2-7) should be initialled by every team member as 'Checked and agreed'.  Every member of the group is responsible for every page of the group part of the report – so you should notindicate the author of particular parts. 

Spoken Presentation (20%)


The presentation should cover the main points of the written report.   The group should plan the presentation to ensure that the team parts of the report are covered by members of the group and that each individual talks about his/her own individual task.

The group's presentation should last around 20 minutes. Each member of the group should take part in the presentation (so each person will talk for around 5 minutes or so).  If your talk goes on for more than 25 minutes, you will be asked to stop and your group will be downgraded as a result.

You should consider how you could make the talk interesting and clear.  For example:

·         plan your talk well, keep to the main points, consider how much or little detail should be in a short talk;
·         look at your audience while you are talking;

·         avoid reading from a prepared script – instead make short notes of the main points in large letter that you can refer to without looking down for any length of time;

·         use visual aids (e.g. OHP slides, MS PowerPoint slides, whiteboard) where appropriate;

·         remember you are supposed to be talking to one or more senior managers of a retail group  (not to computing specialists), so consider your vocabulary and what is the appropriate level of detail.

10% will be given for teamwork in presenting the group part of the work

10% will be given for the presentation of the individual task
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23 August 2015

Economics
Assignment #1, Topic

For this assignment, submit a thesis paragraph clearly describing your topic (be clear about what your question is) and how you intend to analyze it.

 Where to Find a Topic and References
1.    Class notes and textbooks from economics courses.
2.    Ask instructors who teach courses in the area of the report.
3.    Academic journals like the American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Harvard Business Review, etc.
4.    Non-academic periodicals like The Economist, Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Fortune, Financial Times, etc.
5.    I will include a series of links to some of the most popular references on my website.

I would recommend you make sure the topic has the following components.
1.       A clearly defined question, in one sentence.
2.       An idea of what model you will use to help analyze the question. (For example, if you asking why one currency fell relative to another you might use a model you saw in a class on monetary economics linking relative output to exchange rates).
3.       An idea of what data you are going to use and where to get it.


Please note that survey papers are not acceptable.  You must use theoretical and empirical analysis with data and present your own views and findings.
Possible topics for Writing Courses:

 — Does pro-cyclical fiscal policy (reduced taxes in bad times, higher taxes in good times) reduce the

duration of recessions?

— Was the experience of NAFTA consistent with the Hecksher-Ohlin model?

— What made Ireland grow really fast for the last twenty years while Portugal did not?

— What is the effect of major public works (think building for the Olympics or World Cup) on

development (of the country or possibly of a city in the US)?

— How are male-female disparities related to growth rates?

— How do trends in family size and structure affect development? How are family size and structure

affected by development? What can account for this?

— How do different demographic trends impact growth?

— How does foreign aid impact developing countries?

— What were the impacts of a specific trade reform (e.g. NAFTA)? What does theory tell us the impacts

should be? Were the impacts consistent with theory?

— How has a certain technology impacted trade?

— How has a certain technology impacted different subsectors of a developing country? Who were the

winners and who were the losers in technological development?

— Analysis of any trade or development or labor theory with at least 20 years of data.

— Comparison of income inequalities in any two countries

— Education and its effects on development and growth in a country- or comparison

— Social Security benefits vs Pensions – – comparison across countries??

— Capital and TFP growth in countries- comparison

— Floating versus Fixed Exchange rates?

— International Capital mobility and its effects on financial markets (and financial crises)

— FDI and its contribution to economic growth

— Euro- challenges of a monetary union

— Which industries are becoming more geographically concentrated? Why is a particular industry

clustering more?

— Did the housing crisis halt suburbanization? Have preferences for home locations changed?

— Do older cities better match the predictions of the monocentric city model than younger cities?

Assignment #2, Outline

This assignment has two parts:

A. For this assignment, each student is required to read and cite at least one academic economic publication, examples of which can be found below.  (This academic economic article MUST be used and cited in the final report as well).  The objective of this reading is for the student to become more familiar with the way economists write.  Each student must submit the complete reference of the article read.  Failure to do so will result in 5 points taken off the grade of the final report.  Examples of academic economic publications are:  The American Economic Review, International Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Monetary Economics, Journal of Economic Dynamic and Control, Quarterly Journal of Economics, etc. (Publications such as the Economist or the Wall Street Journal do not qualify as academic publications but may be used as supplemental sources.)

B. You are required to submit a 2 to 3-page paper giving a clear outline of your project. It should contain:

1.       The title of the report, your name, and ID number, as well as the date on which the report is turned in.
2.       A clear introduction describing the topic you chose and the way you have decided to analyze it.  The first sentence of your introduction should answer the question: what am I trying to show in this paper?  Remember you are not writing a mystery novel, so try to be clear.  The introduction sets the tone of the paper, and an effective introduction tells the reader what is going to happen in the paper.
3.       A summary of the main points of your argument is needed.  Try to limit yourself to 3 main points.  Separate each point by having different sections.  Feel free to make subsections whenever needed.
4.       A brief discussion of what theory you will use to motivate your empirical analysis.  Regression analysis is NOT theory; if you are interested in economic growth, for example, you will likely want to discuss the Solow model and its implications for your question.
5.       A description of the data set that you would like to use as empirical evidence for your paper. NOTE: This means you must indicate the variables of interest, source of data (where are you getting them from) and years for which you can obtain the data.
6.       A description of the empirical approach you will take: given the question you are analyzing write down the regression(s) you have in mind for analyzing the question.
7.       A conclusion in which you restate the question you are analyzing, summarize the main points you have developed, and present the results you have drawn from that analysis.
8.       A reference or bibliography section where you list the references you used to develop your arguments.
9.       You may add an appendix if you have graphs or data or some mathematical derivation.

As before, be as clear and concise as possible.  Present your main points as sharply as you can.  Think carefully about the structure of your paper.  Make sure your arguments are coherent.


– Outline Form
Title:

Note:  This page is an ADDITION to the requirements for your outline.  See the grading rubric on my website. 

[A] Citation:


[B]
Question:

Introduction (parts 2,3 of rubric):

Model (part 4 of rubric):
Name-
Equations –
Explanation –

Data (parts 5,6 of rubric):
Countries/variables, time period, sources –
Proposed regression analysis –

Explanation –

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Economics Assignment #1, Topic For this assignment, submit a thesis paragraph clearly describing your topic (be clear about what your question is) and how […]


23 August 2015

Economics
Assignment #1, Topic

For this assignment, submit a thesis paragraph clearly describing your topic (be clear about what your question is) and how you intend to analyze it.

 Where to Find a Topic and References
1.    Class notes and textbooks from economics courses.
2.    Ask instructors who teach courses in the area of the report.
3.    Academic journals like the American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Harvard Business Review, etc.
4.    Non-academic periodicals like The Economist, Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Fortune, Financial Times, etc.
5.    I will include a series of links to some of the most popular references on my website.

I would recommend you make sure the topic has the following components.
1.       A clearly defined question, in one sentence.
2.       An idea of what model you will use to help analyze the question. (For example, if you asking why one currency fell relative to another you might use a model you saw in a class on monetary economics linking relative output to exchange rates).
3.       An idea of what data you are going to use and where to get it.


Please note that survey papers are not acceptable.  You must use theoretical and empirical analysis with data and present your own views and findings.
Possible topics for Writing Courses:

 — Does pro-cyclical fiscal policy (reduced taxes in bad times, higher taxes in good times) reduce the

duration of recessions?

— Was the experience of NAFTA consistent with the Hecksher-Ohlin model?

— What made Ireland grow really fast for the last twenty years while Portugal did not?

— What is the effect of major public works (think building for the Olympics or World Cup) on

development (of the country or possibly of a city in the US)?

— How are male-female disparities related to growth rates?

— How do trends in family size and structure affect development? How are family size and structure

affected by development? What can account for this?

— How do different demographic trends impact growth?

— How does foreign aid impact developing countries?

— What were the impacts of a specific trade reform (e.g. NAFTA)? What does theory tell us the impacts

should be? Were the impacts consistent with theory?

— How has a certain technology impacted trade?

— How has a certain technology impacted different subsectors of a developing country? Who were the

winners and who were the losers in technological development?

— Analysis of any trade or development or labor theory with at least 20 years of data.

— Comparison of income inequalities in any two countries

— Education and its effects on development and growth in a country- or comparison

— Social Security benefits vs Pensions – – comparison across countries??

— Capital and TFP growth in countries- comparison

— Floating versus Fixed Exchange rates?

— International Capital mobility and its effects on financial markets (and financial crises)

— FDI and its contribution to economic growth

— Euro- challenges of a monetary union

— Which industries are becoming more geographically concentrated? Why is a particular industry

clustering more?

— Did the housing crisis halt suburbanization? Have preferences for home locations changed?

— Do older cities better match the predictions of the monocentric city model than younger cities?

Assignment #2, Outline

This assignment has two parts:

A. For this assignment, each student is required to read and cite at least one academic economic publication, examples of which can be found below.  (This academic economic article MUST be used and cited in the final report as well).  The objective of this reading is for the student to become more familiar with the way economists write.  Each student must submit the complete reference of the article read.  Failure to do so will result in 5 points taken off the grade of the final report.  Examples of academic economic publications are:  The American Economic Review, International Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Monetary Economics, Journal of Economic Dynamic and Control, Quarterly Journal of Economics, etc. (Publications such as the Economist or the Wall Street Journal do not qualify as academic publications but may be used as supplemental sources.)

B. You are required to submit a 2 to 3-page paper giving a clear outline of your project. It should contain:

1.       The title of the report, your name, and ID number, as well as the date on which the report is turned in.
2.       A clear introduction describing the topic you chose and the way you have decided to analyze it.  The first sentence of your introduction should answer the question: what am I trying to show in this paper?  Remember you are not writing a mystery novel, so try to be clear.  The introduction sets the tone of the paper, and an effective introduction tells the reader what is going to happen in the paper.
3.       A summary of the main points of your argument is needed.  Try to limit yourself to 3 main points.  Separate each point by having different sections.  Feel free to make subsections whenever needed.
4.       A brief discussion of what theory you will use to motivate your empirical analysis.  Regression analysis is NOT theory; if you are interested in economic growth, for example, you will likely want to discuss the Solow model and its implications for your question.
5.       A description of the data set that you would like to use as empirical evidence for your paper. NOTE: This means you must indicate the variables of interest, source of data (where are you getting them from) and years for which you can obtain the data.
6.       A description of the empirical approach you will take: given the question you are analyzing write down the regression(s) you have in mind for analyzing the question.
7.       A conclusion in which you restate the question you are analyzing, summarize the main points you have developed, and present the results you have drawn from that analysis.
8.       A reference or bibliography section where you list the references you used to develop your arguments.
9.       You may add an appendix if you have graphs or data or some mathematical derivation.

As before, be as clear and concise as possible.  Present your main points as sharply as you can.  Think carefully about the structure of your paper.  Make sure your arguments are coherent.


– Outline Form
Title:

Note:  This page is an ADDITION to the requirements for your outline.  See the grading rubric on my website. 

[A] Citation:


[B]
Question:

Introduction (parts 2,3 of rubric):

Model (part 4 of rubric):
Name-
Equations –
Explanation –

Data (parts 5,6 of rubric):
Countries/variables, time period, sources –
Proposed regression analysis –

Explanation –

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Economics Assignment #1, Topic For this assignment, submit a thesis paragraph clearly describing your topic (be clear about what your question is) and how […]


23 August 2015

Economics
Assignment #1, Topic

For this assignment, submit a thesis paragraph clearly describing your topic (be clear about what your question is) and how you intend to analyze it.

 Where to Find a Topic and References
1.    Class notes and textbooks from economics courses.
2.    Ask instructors who teach courses in the area of the report.
3.    Academic journals like the American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Harvard Business Review, etc.
4.    Non-academic periodicals like The Economist, Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Fortune, Financial Times, etc.
5.    I will include a series of links to some of the most popular references on my website.

I would recommend you make sure the topic has the following components.
1.       A clearly defined question, in one sentence.
2.       An idea of what model you will use to help analyze the question. (For example, if you asking why one currency fell relative to another you might use a model you saw in a class on monetary economics linking relative output to exchange rates).
3.       An idea of what data you are going to use and where to get it.


Please note that survey papers are not acceptable.  You must use theoretical and empirical analysis with data and present your own views and findings.
Possible topics for Writing Courses:

 — Does pro-cyclical fiscal policy (reduced taxes in bad times, higher taxes in good times) reduce the

duration of recessions?

— Was the experience of NAFTA consistent with the Hecksher-Ohlin model?

— What made Ireland grow really fast for the last twenty years while Portugal did not?

— What is the effect of major public works (think building for the Olympics or World Cup) on

development (of the country or possibly of a city in the US)?

— How are male-female disparities related to growth rates?

— How do trends in family size and structure affect development? How are family size and structure

affected by development? What can account for this?

— How do different demographic trends impact growth?

— How does foreign aid impact developing countries?

— What were the impacts of a specific trade reform (e.g. NAFTA)? What does theory tell us the impacts

should be? Were the impacts consistent with theory?

— How has a certain technology impacted trade?

— How has a certain technology impacted different subsectors of a developing country? Who were the

winners and who were the losers in technological development?

— Analysis of any trade or development or labor theory with at least 20 years of data.

— Comparison of income inequalities in any two countries

— Education and its effects on development and growth in a country- or comparison

— Social Security benefits vs Pensions – – comparison across countries??

— Capital and TFP growth in countries- comparison

— Floating versus Fixed Exchange rates?

— International Capital mobility and its effects on financial markets (and financial crises)

— FDI and its contribution to economic growth

— Euro- challenges of a monetary union

— Which industries are becoming more geographically concentrated? Why is a particular industry

clustering more?

— Did the housing crisis halt suburbanization? Have preferences for home locations changed?

— Do older cities better match the predictions of the monocentric city model than younger cities?

Assignment #2, Outline

This assignment has two parts:

A. For this assignment, each student is required to read and cite at least one academic economic publication, examples of which can be found below.  (This academic economic article MUST be used and cited in the final report as well).  The objective of this reading is for the student to become more familiar with the way economists write.  Each student must submit the complete reference of the article read.  Failure to do so will result in 5 points taken off the grade of the final report.  Examples of academic economic publications are:  The American Economic Review, International Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Monetary Economics, Journal of Economic Dynamic and Control, Quarterly Journal of Economics, etc. (Publications such as the Economist or the Wall Street Journal do not qualify as academic publications but may be used as supplemental sources.)

B. You are required to submit a 2 to 3-page paper giving a clear outline of your project. It should contain:

1.       The title of the report, your name, and ID number, as well as the date on which the report is turned in.
2.       A clear introduction describing the topic you chose and the way you have decided to analyze it.  The first sentence of your introduction should answer the question: what am I trying to show in this paper?  Remember you are not writing a mystery novel, so try to be clear.  The introduction sets the tone of the paper, and an effective introduction tells the reader what is going to happen in the paper.
3.       A summary of the main points of your argument is needed.  Try to limit yourself to 3 main points.  Separate each point by having different sections.  Feel free to make subsections whenever needed.
4.       A brief discussion of what theory you will use to motivate your empirical analysis.  Regression analysis is NOT theory; if you are interested in economic growth, for example, you will likely want to discuss the Solow model and its implications for your question.
5.       A description of the data set that you would like to use as empirical evidence for your paper. NOTE: This means you must indicate the variables of interest, source of data (where are you getting them from) and years for which you can obtain the data.
6.       A description of the empirical approach you will take: given the question you are analyzing write down the regression(s) you have in mind for analyzing the question.
7.       A conclusion in which you restate the question you are analyzing, summarize the main points you have developed, and present the results you have drawn from that analysis.
8.       A reference or bibliography section where you list the references you used to develop your arguments.
9.       You may add an appendix if you have graphs or data or some mathematical derivation.

As before, be as clear and concise as possible.  Present your main points as sharply as you can.  Think carefully about the structure of your paper.  Make sure your arguments are coherent.


– Outline Form
Title:

Note:  This page is an ADDITION to the requirements for your outline.  See the grading rubric on my website. 

[A] Citation:


[B]
Question:

Introduction (parts 2,3 of rubric):

Model (part 4 of rubric):
Name-
Equations –
Explanation –

Data (parts 5,6 of rubric):
Countries/variables, time period, sources –
Proposed regression analysis –

Explanation –

23 August 2015,
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Economics Assignment #1, Topic For this assignment, submit a thesis paragraph clearly describing your topic (be clear about what your question is) and how […]


23 August 2015

Economics
Assignment #1, Topic

For this assignment, submit a thesis paragraph clearly describing your topic (be clear about what your question is) and how you intend to analyze it.

 Where to Find a Topic and References
1.    Class notes and textbooks from economics courses.
2.    Ask instructors who teach courses in the area of the report.
3.    Academic journals like the American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Harvard Business Review, etc.
4.    Non-academic periodicals like The Economist, Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Fortune, Financial Times, etc.
5.    I will include a series of links to some of the most popular references on my website.

I would recommend you make sure the topic has the following components.
1.       A clearly defined question, in one sentence.
2.       An idea of what model you will use to help analyze the question. (For example, if you asking why one currency fell relative to another you might use a model you saw in a class on monetary economics linking relative output to exchange rates).
3.       An idea of what data you are going to use and where to get it.


Please note that survey papers are not acceptable.  You must use theoretical and empirical analysis with data and present your own views and findings.
Possible topics for Writing Courses:

 — Does pro-cyclical fiscal policy (reduced taxes in bad times, higher taxes in good times) reduce the

duration of recessions?

— Was the experience of NAFTA consistent with the Hecksher-Ohlin model?

— What made Ireland grow really fast for the last twenty years while Portugal did not?

— What is the effect of major public works (think building for the Olympics or World Cup) on

development (of the country or possibly of a city in the US)?

— How are male-female disparities related to growth rates?

— How do trends in family size and structure affect development? How are family size and structure

affected by development? What can account for this?

— How do different demographic trends impact growth?

— How does foreign aid impact developing countries?

— What were the impacts of a specific trade reform (e.g. NAFTA)? What does theory tell us the impacts

should be? Were the impacts consistent with theory?

— How has a certain technology impacted trade?

— How has a certain technology impacted different subsectors of a developing country? Who were the

winners and who were the losers in technological development?

— Analysis of any trade or development or labor theory with at least 20 years of data.

— Comparison of income inequalities in any two countries

— Education and its effects on development and growth in a country- or comparison

— Social Security benefits vs Pensions – – comparison across countries??

— Capital and TFP growth in countries- comparison

— Floating versus Fixed Exchange rates?

— International Capital mobility and its effects on financial markets (and financial crises)

— FDI and its contribution to economic growth

— Euro- challenges of a monetary union

— Which industries are becoming more geographically concentrated? Why is a particular industry

clustering more?

— Did the housing crisis halt suburbanization? Have preferences for home locations changed?

— Do older cities better match the predictions of the monocentric city model than younger cities?

Assignment #2, Outline

This assignment has two parts:

A. For this assignment, each student is required to read and cite at least one academic economic publication, examples of which can be found below.  (This academic economic article MUST be used and cited in the final report as well).  The objective of this reading is for the student to become more familiar with the way economists write.  Each student must submit the complete reference of the article read.  Failure to do so will result in 5 points taken off the grade of the final report.  Examples of academic economic publications are:  The American Economic Review, International Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Monetary Economics, Journal of Economic Dynamic and Control, Quarterly Journal of Economics, etc. (Publications such as the Economist or the Wall Street Journal do not qualify as academic publications but may be used as supplemental sources.)

B. You are required to submit a 2 to 3-page paper giving a clear outline of your project. It should contain:

1.       The title of the report, your name, and ID number, as well as the date on which the report is turned in.
2.       A clear introduction describing the topic you chose and the way you have decided to analyze it.  The first sentence of your introduction should answer the question: what am I trying to show in this paper?  Remember you are not writing a mystery novel, so try to be clear.  The introduction sets the tone of the paper, and an effective introduction tells the reader what is going to happen in the paper.
3.       A summary of the main points of your argument is needed.  Try to limit yourself to 3 main points.  Separate each point by having different sections.  Feel free to make subsections whenever needed.
4.       A brief discussion of what theory you will use to motivate your empirical analysis.  Regression analysis is NOT theory; if you are interested in economic growth, for example, you will likely want to discuss the Solow model and its implications for your question.
5.       A description of the data set that you would like to use as empirical evidence for your paper. NOTE: This means you must indicate the variables of interest, source of data (where are you getting them from) and years for which you can obtain the data.
6.       A description of the empirical approach you will take: given the question you are analyzing write down the regression(s) you have in mind for analyzing the question.
7.       A conclusion in which you restate the question you are analyzing, summarize the main points you have developed, and present the results you have drawn from that analysis.
8.       A reference or bibliography section where you list the references you used to develop your arguments.
9.       You may add an appendix if you have graphs or data or some mathematical derivation.

As before, be as clear and concise as possible.  Present your main points as sharply as you can.  Think carefully about the structure of your paper.  Make sure your arguments are coherent.


– Outline Form
Title:

Note:  This page is an ADDITION to the requirements for your outline.  See the grading rubric on my website. 

[A] Citation:


[B]
Question:

Introduction (parts 2,3 of rubric):

Model (part 4 of rubric):
Name-
Equations –
Explanation –

Data (parts 5,6 of rubric):
Countries/variables, time period, sources –
Proposed regression analysis –

Explanation –

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Economics Assignment #1, Topic For this assignment, submit a thesis paragraph clearly describing your topic (be clear about what your question is) and how […]


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