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HPAM8600: Health Economics Professor Angela Fertig University of Georgia-Athens Spring 2010 HPAM, College of Public Health Short Paper Assignments You will have one short writing assignment. The paper should be one-page and no more than 300 words. Your assignment is to use a principle, or principles, discussed in the course to explain some pattern of events or behavior that you personally have observed. The topic should preferably be in the health field, but that is not a requirement. Do not use complex terminology. Imagine yourself talking to a relative who has never had a course in economics.
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Unformatted text preview: • Do not use any algebra or graphs. • You can include a few citations, but you need not include a bibliography. • You are not expected to do a lot of research in support of your argument, although a relevant fact or two might help persuade you that your argument is correct. • Your topic need not be ‘important,’ but try to make it interesting. I will give you feedback on a draft. Then, you will re-write the paper and turn in the final version on the date listed in the syllabus. This version of the paper will be graded....
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