• Must reference at least 5 journal articles in economics or a re-lated field; business magazines and newspapers are not acceptable as academic references though you can use them as additional sources of information. Use an EconLit search to identify relevant literature from economics and business journals. Your list of references should not be a subset of the readings listed on the course web page.
• Write your paper in the style of an academic journal article. The in-class readings, as well as articles published in The Rand Journal, The Journal of Industrial Economics, and The Review of Industrial Organization, provide examples of what your paper should look like.
• Structure your paper along the lines of the articles that you will read in the second half of the course. These papers generally have: i) an introduction to what the paper is about, ii) a section that sets out the concepts developed in the paper and hypotheses that are to be tested, iii) description of how the data are collected and some descrip- tive statistics, iv) the application of statistical tools to the data to test the hypothesis developed in section (ii) above, and v) a conclusion of what has been learned from the research, how it relates to policy, and how industry might benefit from it
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