How to Make Term Paper of Economics

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How to Write Economics Term Paper ?

The economics term paper commonly consists of 8 to 10 pages or maximum 3500 words. In order to write a good economics tem paper you need to follow some essential steps. Here you will find all those essential steps which you need to be aware of about writing your economics term papers.

Title Page

There are different procedures of making an economics term paper title page just like bibliography such as MLA or APA. Here the description of MLA title page is given. MLA style needs double-spacing and it applies to the title page as well. Write the title beginning each word with capital letter and center-align it. Then write your name, your course, your instructor’s name and then submission date.

Table of Contents

Here you have to list all the headings/sections and sub-headings/sub-sections with page numbers.
Introduction

In the introduction of your economics term paper, you are supposed to state the following points:
A brief explanation of the problem
Aim of your term paper
What questions will be answered in the term paper
A brief outline of current research
Relevance of the term paper topic
The research process

The economics term paper introduction aims to make the reader familiar with the main economics term paper topic and create interest in reading your term paper further.
Main Body

The main body of your economics term paper is the longest part. It has sections and sub-sections. In every section, you need to state a main point, argument or appropriate information. Now you have to develop the argument in an intelligible way.

Use in-text citation properly if you have quoted some text from book, journal or any other source.
Your economics term paper’s main body should also have the following points:
Interpretation of primary literature
Methodological problems
Current state of research
Your viewpoint

Conclusion

In the conclusion of your economics term...
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