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Optional_Paper_Guidelines - EEP 101/ECON 125 Environmental...

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EEP 101/ECON 125 Environmental Economics Spring 2009 Optional Paper Guidelines The optional paper should be 10-15 pages long and should address environmental issues, providing an economic perspective. The format should follow a policy memo. Creativity, economic insight, as well as provision of useful and relevant information is appreciated. We will accept papers up to 15 pages, but that's an absolute limit; 10 pages is what you should aim for (12 pt double-spaced). We will provide on several sample papers on bspace for guidance. You can use a project to analyze a policy, an institution, or an economic problem. You can rely on materials on the web, in the library, and personal interviews. Always remember to quote your sources and give references in a bibliography or in footnotes. It does not matter what style you use to cite your sources but you should be consistent. It is important that the paper has a point: analyze a problem, suggest a policy, provide an explanation, etc. While it is called a paper, you can actually make a video, and that can be a group activity. Below is a list of previous years' papers as an indication of suitable topics. You may wish to discuss paper topics or an outline of your paper with Professor Zilberman or the
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