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When considering those activities, think about what data you would need to generate useful insight into the industry and the customer.

The context of your study/research – a quick introduction to the background of your study(economic). In essence, a couple of sentences on your opportunity to showcase why you are doing this research.
A clear set of SMART objectives(Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-Bound) – what exactly you are trying to achieve with your research. This can also be in the form of research questions – think about the outcomes you are trying to reach with doing the research.
The research sample – who will your informants be, how many and why.
The tools you will use (interviews/questionnaires/observations, etc.) and your research protocol (the questions you intend to ask your respondents).
A proposed timeline for doing the research –this will keep you focused and accountable.
you are expected to develop a detailed research plan that will help you validate an opportunity within a certain industry and gain customer insight to also validate market fit with a specific customer. At the end of different online modules, you have activities that you are asked to consider as part of a research project of your own interest. When considering those activities, think about what data you would need to generate useful insight into the industry and the customer. What kind of research would you need to conduct and why? What industry would you explore and what types of data would you want to collect? What would your specific research objectives be and how will you achieve them? The plan should include details of how you specifically plan to conduct both your industry assessment and customer validation based using a structured research protocol.

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Why?

Finding research materials
Google scholar / Econlit / survey articles. “Handbook of Cliometrics” or “Cambridge Economic History”.
Using search engines and bibliographies to construct “bodies of
literature” or research trees.
Reading lists from economic history courses at other universities.
Introduction and conclusion should “bookend” your paper.
Explicitly state research question / thesis statement / hypothesis
to be tested / main objective of research. This helps the reader and the writer.
Motivate your research question.
o Why should the reader care?
o Modern parallel / lessons from history.
o Persistence.
o Historical curiosity.
Economic framework / structure.
o How would an economist think about your topic / structure
your argument?
o What would an economist expect to observe in the historical
record? Why?
Historical context.
o What happened in your particular historical period /
episode?
o What does the economic history literature reveal?
 Literature review: context / methodology / evidence /
conclusions.
• Critical thinking.
o Compare and contrast / critique / extend.
o What have we learned?
o What is missing or incomplete?
• Conclusions.
o Link back to explicit statement of research objectives and
motivation.
To accomplish the learning objectives, almost all
second year papers will be 10-14 pages (double spaced,
default margins), and almost all third-year papers will be 12-
16 pages.
o The grade is assigned on the basis of the quality of the writing
and research, not the number of words.
• Headings and sub-headings are not only allowed, but they are also
encouraged.
The structure of the paper is more obvious with headings.
References and citations.
o The specific style is not relevant, but format must be
consistent through entire paper.
o In-text / footnotes / endnotes are all acceptable, but choose
only one approach through entire paper.
o All citations and references must provide enough information
for reader to find the material being referenced.
 Authors’ names; full title; year of publication; article /
chapter name; point references (page / table / equation
numbers) for specific references and quotations.
 For online material provide full URL and access date.

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Do not write full sentences

Presentation Guide
Introduction to Economic Research: What Factors Affects Employment?
This is a guide for your major presentation. The presentation is worth 15 percent of your final grade, so it is worth some effort. The presentation should be around 8 minutes and will take place during the last few weeks of the term.
The earliest of these dates is more than a week before the written paper is due. I do not expect your paper to be completely done when you make your presentation. For those presenting closer to the paper deadline, I will expect a more complete analysis. One advantage of going earlier is that you will have a chance to receive feedback from me and from your classmates before you submit your paper.
Below, there are four pieces of information for you about the presentation.
A. About electronic presentations.
B. Hints for style
C. Hints for presentation content
D. Grading scheme
A. About Electronic Presentations
You must make an electronic presentation. I will provide a laptop and projector.
You should email your presentation to me one day before (or earlier) your presentation and also bring your presentation on a flash memory key to the class, just in case.
The presentation can be in MSWord, a PDF file, or Powerpoint. Your choice.
Your grade will not depend on a ‘flashy’ presentation. Clarity and content are much more important – and might be best conveyed in a simpler presentation.
B. On Style:
Here are some hints on preparing your talk:
use big fonts (16pt at least)
for tables, don’t try to put too much on one slide
for graphs, make sure you label each axis clearly
do not write full sentences
use bullet points instead
only 4 or 5 bullet points per slide
C. Content
This is a rough guide to the content you should cover. Depending on your topic, some items mentioned here may not be relevant to your paper. The time indicated in parentheses is a rough guide of how long you should spend on each part.
For the most part, you should simply follow the structure of your paper.
1. Introduction (1 minute)(60 words)
Introduce your topic
Explain why your topic is interesting for economists
2. Literature review (1 minute) (60 words)
Brief summary of main reference paper(s).
3. Data (2 minutes) (120 words)
Present information about your data
The name of the survey
What variables are you using in your regression? What are the measurements of those variables?
What variables are you creating from your data?
4. Analysis of the data (3 minutes) (180 words)
discuss and show the means, standard deviations, etc. for some of your key variables
don’t need to show all of them for the presentation, just the key ones.
If possible with your data, graph some key variable in a compelling way.
If you have some regression output to report, make a table with the results
make sure to write out your regression equation
do not use raw STATA output
5. Summary (1 minute) (60 words)
Summarize your findings
Offer any concluding thoughts.
D. Grading Scheme
On time (2 marks)
between 7 and 9 minutes
Completeness (2 marks)
covers the items described above that are relevant to the topic
Style (6 marks)
speaks clearly
well prepared
information is conveyed effectively
Content (5 marks)
the quality of research so far
depth of understanding of the topic
understanding of the data analysis presented

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Its a advanced microeconomic course exercise so please accept only if you are able to solve it

Attached question doc. Solve it with a clear answer and solution. Its a advanced Microeconomic course exercise so please accept only if you are able to solve it

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Which part of fiscal policy and/or monetary policy?

Instructions for Essay on Aggregate Demand, Supply, and the Macroeconomy-
In the PDF there’s a macroeconomic problem within an economy. Please write the paper solving each item listed in the problem. The paper should be at least two pages, double spaced, and 11 point font. Use MLA format. Doesn’t need sources but if so do, sources must be cited. I prefer a PDF so if possible could you send it in a PDF?
Economic Policy Letter
You’re a consultant with an independent economic research firm. The U.S. economy is represented in the graph on the PDF. It’s a Keynesian Aggregate Demand…Aggregate Supply Graph. Your job is to advise the Senate Banking Subcommittee on Economic Policy on the current state of the economy, their options for achieving full employment and full employment GDP, as well as the potential downsides of these actions. Be sure to include the following items in your letter:
Please type the introduction with the following points included-
*What is the main economic problem with the economy and, of the three macroeconomic goals, which are currently not being met in this economy? Make sure you include whether the problem is an inflationary gap or recessionary gap. Also, make sure you include the amount of the gap.
*According to the Classical model, what is the best policy for addressing the problem? What are the potential negative consequences of this approach?
*According to the Keynesian model, how might FISCAL POLICY be used to achieve the identified goal(s) and who is responsible for the policy? What are the potential negative consequences of this approach?
*You must include specific dollar amounts and make a minimum of two FISCAL POLICY recommendations.
* How might MONETARY POLICY be used to achieve the identified goal(s) and who is responsible for the policy? What are the negative consequences of this approach? *Would you recommend using Fiscal Policy and/or Monetary Policy? Which part of Fiscal Policy and/or Monetary Policy? Explain in detail your reason.
End with conclusion paragraph

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Word count has to be placed on frontpage.

Text Body: 4500-6000 words max. (including footnotes, but excluding the title page, ab- stract, contents pages etc., reference list and appendices). Word count has to be placed on frontpage.
• Recommendation: Coordination of contents/structure of the assignment with exam- iner/supervisor. Therefore, students should contact the examiner once during the prepa- ration of the home assignments. For contact details please refer to HSBA’s website.
• Recommendation: For feedback regarding their assignments, students should read the examiner’s remarks in the evaluation form and in the assignment during the post-exam review. Moreover, students may contact the examiner after the oral presentation. For con- tact details please refer to HSBA’s website.
• Announcement of the results: after the final presentation / course end.

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Need to have concepts of economics.

It is one question with 8 sub questions – choose only 4 you feel comfortable to answer.
Each sub question for about 200 words, totaling of 800+ words total.
It is macro economic questions. Need to have concepts of economics.

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Hi, i want a presentation project in the field of electronic commerce, talking about jarir company, and it is from the saudi electronic university

Hi, I want a presentation project in the field of electronic commerce, talking about Jarir Company, and it is from the Saudi Electronic University

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You will write one article critique based on any news media (newspaper, internet, news magazine, etc) article about government and market failures.your topic should be chosen from a reputable newspaper, a news magazine, or the internet.

you will write one Article Critique based on any news media (newspaper, Internet, news magazine, etc) article about GOVERNMENT AND MARKET FAILURES.Your topic should be chosen from a reputable newspaper, a news magazine, or the Internet. Please verify the applicability of your article with your instructor. You MUST attach the article to the Article Critique!

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Explain the following tests for homoskedasticity:

Explain the following tests for homoskedasticity:
(a) Ramsey’s test.
(b) Goldfeld and Quandt’s test.
(c) Glejser’s test.
(d) Breusch and Pagan’s test.
Illustrate each of these tests with the data in Tables 4.7 and 5.5.