AEM 250: Environmental and Resource Economics, Spring 2008 Prof. Gregory L. Poe Suggestions for Term Papers 0. Paper proposal due March 14 (the day before spring break) : Provide me with a topic, a brief abstract of what you are planning to do with specific focus on the economic concepts/foundations you might utilize, and a list of (at least two) sources that you will be drawing from. Keep to 1 page single spaced (space between paragraphs). The final paper due the last day of class, May 2. Late papers will not be accepted. All abstracts and papers must by physical rather than electronic. The March 14 abstract will receive a score of up to 2 points or “revise and resubmit”. Those abstracts receiving a revise and resubmit will have five business days to resubmit for a score. The maximum score on Revise and Resubmits is 1.5. Late abstracts will be evaluated but will receive a score of zero. If you are “double dipping”, i.e. using the same topic for another course, you must inform me. This does not necessarily preclude the topic, but it does merit discussion. Failure to do so will result in appropriate penalties.
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