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Your submitted topic “Financial Openness and FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) in Nigeria” is acknowledged; it is your responsibility to ensure that your topic meets the criteria for analysis of international trade and finance. Background information, as well as discussion and history of your research topic, should be minimal; definitions are not to be included. Your paper should explain, in dollars or a country’s currency, not percentages, what profits/losses occurred related to your topic, what happened economically because of your topic, what your topic would contribute to the U.S. and/or other affected countries’ economies. Suggested: your topic’s effect plus or minus on each affected countries’ GDP, balance of payments, labor costs, exports/imports, etc.

Your paper’s focus must be your topic and its positive and/or negative international economic impact expressed in dollars or a country’s currency. Once again, the total focus of your paper must be quantitative analysis (currency) and not a qualitative presentation of your topic. Papers are graded using the criteria listed in the syllabus, please refer to the syllabus for additional information.

NOTE: Expressing comparisons as a percentage is ambiguous without a base value because the amount of change can be greater with a small percentage change versus a very large percentage change. Example:

If a country’s GDP increase 500% but the GDP base value is only 100, their GDP is 500.

If a country’s GDP increases 4% but the base value is 1 million, their GDP is 1,040,000.

RESEARCH PAPER:

  • For guidance, instructions, rubric, and sample formatting go to Modules > Research Paper
  • Research topic, a 100-word (approximately) abstract, and list of scholarly references to be emailed to instructor during Week 5 and no later than 11:59 p.m. Central, Sunday, of week 5. Textbook(s) are not acceptable references for this research paper.
  • If these three elements, research paper topic, 100-word research paper abstract, and list of scholarly references are not submitted by 11:59 p.m. Central, of week 5, a late submission penalty will be applied when submitted.
  • I do not approve or disapprove a topic; I merely obtain a topic from you and then check your submitted research paper against your submitted topic.
    • Five percentage points from research paper’s final grade will be deducted for each day, or portion of a day, the research paper topic, a 100-word research paper abstract, and list of scholarly references is submitted after Sunday of Week 5.
  • It is your responsibility to ensure that your research topic meets the criteria for analysis of international trade and finance.
    • A submitted research paper that does not analyze an international trade and finance topic will receive a grade of zero. E.G., research papers dealing with a custody situation, women in the local workforce, current trends in local taxation, hiring bias at the neighborhood gas-and-go.
    • If you are not sure if your topic deals with international trade and finance, contact me before you submit your paper’s topic; I am always available.
  • Research Paper for Review – Email to instructor in Week 7 (voluntary)
    • Papers will be returned with comments; however, reviews will only occur in week 7 and will be limited to one review.
    • Review does not include a check for plagiarism.
  • Research paper for grade must be submitted using Modules > Module 8 > Submit ECO-4451 Research Paper Here!
  • Final paper will not be graded if it is not submitted through Modules > Module 8 > Submit ECO-4451 Research Paper Here!; zero will be assigned.
  • Research paper due by 11:59 p.m. Central, Sunday of week 8
    • Ten percentage points deducted per day, or portion of a day, for submitting after 11:59 p.m. Central, Sunday of week 8
    • Research papers will not be accepted for grade after Wednesday of week 9 and will receive a zero.

RESEARCH PAPER INSTRUCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Research paper must provide economic analysis of your research (research paper’s title).
    • Research paper to be an economic analysis of a current (2014-2020) International Trade and Finance activity.
    • Focus on economic analysis of activity occurring 2014 or later.
    • Economic analysis to address the economic activity and financial implications of your research topic expressed in the affected country’s currency or US dollars.
    • Economic analysis must address relevant economic factors expressed monetarily. Relevant economic factors could include but are not limited to: labor, material, manufacturing, shipping costs, savings, expenses, taxes, return on investment (ROI), profitability, monetary benefits, monetary detriments, etc.
    • Disparity in socioeconomic factors, political considerations, environmental impact, etc. must be addressed as an economic variable, not a political/social problem.
    • Background information and definitions should be minimal
    • Do not provide political analysis
  • An example, if you wish to write about locating foreign automobile manufacturers to right-to-work states and then only tell me about local unionization problems, your grade will be minimal since you did not address the economic impact of the location selection.
  • Use either MLA or APA format for Research Paper.
  • Bibliography is required
  • Research paper, excluding abstract and bibliography, to be approximately 1,500 words – no less than 1,300 words, no more than 1,700 words.
  • Paper must contain your name; however, no title page or table of contents
  • Abstract to be included but it does not count as part of the paper’s required word count. Abstract should be approximately 100 words
  • At least two refereed journal articles are required and must be included within your citations.
    • (Google Scholar is a good place to search for articles in refereed journals.)
    • Cited material cannot exceed 15% of the total word count.
    • Textbook(s) are not acceptable references for this research paper.
  • Proper titles to be used, no last names, e.g. Secretary of State Clinton, President Obama, not Clinton or Obama.
  • Content to be spellchecked and proofread before submission, no Instant Message text.
  • Use of third-person (he, she, it, and they) format is required. (No “I” “we”, “us”, or “you”)
  • Use of Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) is required.
    • Times New Roman recommended, size 12 font (title may be larger)
    • Standard margins – APA or MLA
    • Double-spaced
  • If you are not sure of your topic choice, call to discuss.
  • If you are not sure of the direction your paper is going, send it in week 7 for a review.
  • Bottom Line – – this paper should be a research paper based on solid economic analysis expressed in the affected country’s currency or US dollars.
  • Your submitted topic “Financial Openness and FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) in Nigeria” is acknowledged; it is your responsibility to ensure that your topic meets the criteria for analysis of international trade and finance. Background information, as well as discussion and history of your research topic, should be minimal; definitions are not to be included. Your paper should explain, in dollars or a country’s currency, not percentages, what profits/losses occurred related to your topic, what happened economically because of your topic, what your topic would contribute to the U.S. and/or other affected countries’ economies. Suggested: your topic’s effect plus or minus on each affected countries’ GDP, balance of payments, labor costs, exports/imports, etc.Your paper’s focus must be your topic and its positive and/or negative international economic impact expressed in dollars or a country’s currency. Once again, the total focus of your paper must be quantitative analysis (currency) and not a qualitative presentation of your topic. Papers are graded using the criteria listed in the syllabus, please refer to the syllabus for additional information.NOTE: Expressing comparisons as a percentage is ambiguous without a base value because the amount of change can be greater with a small percentage change versus a very large percentage change. Example:If a country’s GDP increase 500% but the GDP base value is only 100, their GDP is 500.If a country’s GDP increases 4% but the base value is 1 million, their GDP is 1,040,000.17 days agoseenThis is the advice my teacher sent me17 days agoseenI need one more research paper according this abstrate17 days agoseenThis research paper is very important as it relates to my final grade17 days agoseenRESEARCH PAPER:
    • For guidance, instructions, rubric, and sample formatting go to Modules > Research Paper
    • Research topic, a 100-word (approximately) abstract, and list of scholarly references to be emailed to instructor during Week 5 and no later than 11:59 p.m. Central, Sunday, of week 5. Textbook(s) are not acceptable references for this research paper.
    • If these three elements, research paper topic, 100-word research paper abstract, and list of scholarly references are not submitted by 11:59 p.m. Central, of week 5, a late submission penalty will be applied when submitted.
    • I do not approve or disapprove a topic; I merely obtain a topic from you and then check your submitted research paper against your submitted topic.
      • Five percentage points from research paper’s final grade will be deducted for each day, or portion of a day, the research paper topic, a 100-word research paper abstract, and list of scholarly references is submitted after Sunday of Week 5.
    • It is your responsibility to ensure that your research topic meets the criteria for analysis of international trade and finance.
      • A submitted research paper that does not analyze an international trade and finance topic will receive a grade of zero. E.G., research papers dealing with a custody situation, women in the local workforce, current trends in local taxation, hiring bias at the neighborhood gas-and-go.
      • If you are not sure if your topic deals with international trade and finance, contact me before you submit your paper’s topic; I am always available.
    • Research Paper for Review – Email to instructor in Week 7 (voluntary)
      • Papers will be returned with comments; however, reviews will only occur in week 7 and will be limited to one review.
      • Review does not include a check for plagiarism.
    • Research paper for grade must be submitted using Modules > Module 8 > Submit ECO-4451 Research Paper Here!
    • Final paper will not be graded if it is not submitted through Modules > Module 8 > Submit ECO-4451 Research Paper Here!; zero will be assigned.
    • Research paper due by 11:59 p.m. Central, Sunday of week 8
      • Ten percentage points deducted per day, or portion of a day, for submitting after 11:59 p.m. Central, Sunday of week 8
      • Research papers will not be accepted for grade after Wednesday of week 9 and will receive a zero.

    RESEARCH PAPER INSTRUCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

    • Research paper must provide economic analysis of your research (research paper’s title).
      • Research paper to be an economic analysis of a current (2014-2020) International Trade and Finance activity.
      • Focus on economic analysis of activity occurring 2014 or later.
      • Economic analysis to address the economic activity and financial implications of your research topic expressed in the affected country’s currency or US dollars.
      • Economic analysis must address relevant economic factors expressed monetarily. Relevant economic factors could include but are not limited to: labor, material, manufacturing, shipping costs, savings, expenses, taxes, return on investment (ROI), profitability, monetary benefits, monetary detriments, etc.
      • Disparity in socioeconomic factors, political considerations, environmental impact, etc. must be addressed as an economic variable, not a political/social problem.
      • Background information and definitions should be minimal
      • Do not provide political analysis
    • An example, if you wish to write about locating foreign automobile manufacturers to right-to-work states and then only tell me about local unionization problems, your grade will be minimal since you did not address the economic impact of the location selection.
    • Use either MLA or APA format for Research Paper.
    • Bibliography is required
    • Research paper, excluding abstract and bibliography, to be approximately 1,500 words – no less than 1,300 words, no more than 1,700 words.
    • Paper must contain your name; however, no title page or table of contents
    • Abstract to be included but it does not count as part of the paper’s required word count. Abstract should be approximately 100 words
    • At least two refereed journal articles are required and must be included within your citations.
      • (Google Scholar is a good place to search for articles in refereed journals.)
      • Cited material cannot exceed 15% of the total word count.
      • Textbook(s) are not acceptable references for this research paper.
    • Proper titles to be used, no last names, e.g. Secretary of State Clinton, President Obama, not Clinton or Obama.
    • Content to be spellchecked and proofread before submission, no Instant Message text.
    • Use of third-person (he, she, it, and they) format is required. (No “I” “we”, “us”, or “you”)
    • Use of Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) is required.
      • Times New Roman recommended, size 12 font (title may be larger)
      • Standard margins – APA or MLA
      • Double-spaced
    • If you are not sure of your topic choice, call to discuss.
    • If you are not sure of the direction your paper is going, send it in week 7 for a review.
    • Bottom Line – – this paper should be a research paper based on solid economic analysis expressed in the affected country’s currency or US dollars.
    After I upload this abstract I got some advices from my tutor

    Your submitted topic “Financial Openness and FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) in Nigeria” is acknowledged; it is your responsibility to ensure that your topic meets the criteria for analysis of international trade and finance. Background information, as well as discussion and history of your research topic, should be minimal; definitions are not to be included. Your paper should explain, in dollars or a country’s currency, not percentages, what profits/losses occurred related to your topic, what happened economically because of your topic, what your topic would contribute to the U.S. and/or other affected countries’ economies. Suggested: your topic’s effect plus or minus on each affected countries’ GDP, balance of payments, labor costs, exports/imports, etc.Your paper’s focus must be your topic and its positive and/or negative international economic impact expressed in dollars or a country’s currency. Once again, the total focus of your paper must be quantitative analysis (currency) and not a qualitative presentation of your topic. Papers are graded using the criteria listed in the syllabus, please refer to the syllabus for additional information.NOTE: Expressing comparisons as a percentage is ambiguous without a base value because the amount of change can be greater with a small percentage change versus a very large percentage change. Example:If a country’s GDP increase 500% but the GDP base value is only 100, their GDP is 500.If a country’s GDP increases 4% but the base value is 1 million, their GDP is 1,040,000.

    That’s what he said

Remember pass through grammarly and I attached the abstract

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