Use scholarly reference materials (professional books/journal articles)

 

*Must contain a table/graph or both (preferable)

 

Must have a clear thesis, explicit use of economic theories, models, and data, be well organized, direct, concise, and lively

 

Avoid excessive and unexplained jargon and acronyms; refrain from clichés and bureaucratic formulations

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