Guideline_for_the_Term_Research_Paper - UniversityofWaterloo

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University of Waterloo Department of Economics Econ 383: Economic Development for Fragile Countries Fall 2011 Specific Guidelines for the Term Paper Student evaluation for this course consists of two in-class midterm exams and a  final exam. Alternatively, students can write a research paper on a particular topic  in economic development and substitute the paper for one of the midterm exams.  The due date for paper submission is November 30     th     , 2011. No late submission       will be accepted. General instructions regarding the structure and the content of the paper: The main paper should be, at minimum, 5000-8000 words in length. The abstract  and the bibliography ought to be treated as separate sections. The essay must be  typed, double spaced with 1.5 inch margins and printed on one side of the paper.  The cover page must include the following information: University of Waterloo,  Department of Economics, course number, course title, essay title, student name,  student ID number, instructor’s name and date.  Student can write the research paper on a particular topic on economic  development. In the next section, I suggest some specific areas/ topics on economic  1 | P a g e
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development that may be relevant for a paper. Students can write on a specific topic  of their own choice. In that case, submit the topic to me for approval.  The paper can be written on any of these broad areas:  (1).The paper can be written on a specific topic on issues related to development. 
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course ECON 383 taught by Professor Nafeezfatima during the Spring '11 term at Waterloo.

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