From me: the topic provided in the guidelines below is broad. I’m open to a topi

From me: the topic provided in the guidelines below is broad. I’m open to a topic that interests you provided it fits those guidelines. I work for a blockchain research company, so salient, trendy topics are within my scope of familiarity if you’re into that. I also thought about comparing previous yield curve inversions and inflationary cycles to our current economic environment. Just a thought. I’m assuming you’re in the U.S. I just need a 12-pager and I ran out of time this semester… 🙂
From my prof:
Guideline to Term Paper.
Submission Date: By April 29th by midnight.
Length: A minimum of 12 pages, double-spaced typewritten, not counting title page, table of contents, appendices, endnotes etc.
Topic: Any topic in the general area of finance (Corporate, Institutions or Investments only). The paper CANNOT be a discussion or a valuation of one company.
The Audience: The paper should be aimed at providing your classmates with significant depth in the subject area of your choice.
Suggested Sequence to Complete the Paper.
a) Choose an area in finance that interests you. For example, something that you read in the newspaper, a magazine, a finance journal, a book or maybe heard on the TV news.
b) Go to the library and check the Business Periodicals Indexes for additional sources of writing in your area of interest. Though step a) above may point you towards an interesting topic, you can only get sufficient depth and expertise in the area of interest by reading a number of different articles in that field.
c) Read some of the articles and check their bibliography for further leads.
d) Draw up an outline and the title for your paper
e) Write a preliminary draft. Make sure all quotes and sources are properly acknowledged in footnotes (endnotes).
f) Correct your preliminary draft(s) for smooth flow of ideas, spelling and punctuation, grammar etc.
g) Attach your paper as a word document and send it to me through assessments. MAKE SURE YOUR FILE NAME IS YOUR NAME.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
Content and Organization 14 points
Depth (level of expertise)
Development of central theme
Logical flow of ideas
Accuracy (quotes, bibliography)
Mechanics 4 points
Language
Spelling and Punctuation
Supporting documentation
Appearance and Format 2 points

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