I’m working on a economics writing question and need an explanation to help me understand better.Use the OUTLINE document to write and make Table 1 exactly same as PAKET DOUCUOMENTIntroduction, Literature Review, & Initial Model: (Due Thursday, Feb. 16, 12:30pm) Turn in a draft of the paper (target 4-5 pages, excluding tables and references) that includes the Introduction, Literature Review, and Model sections. Include a works cited and Table 1.3 I. Introduction:4 ( 1 page) The introduction should:

– Clearly state the research question, explain the causal effect of interest, motivate why it is interesting/important, and provide necessary background information on the topic.– Broadly state how you plan to answer the research question (e.g., method, theory, and data).– Briefly summarize your key findings and relate them to important policy issues and/or the broader literature. ***Add this portion of the introduction in the FINAL paper only***– Provide a “roadmap” for the remainder of the paper (“Section II discusses literature”, etc.). II. Literature Review:( 1-2 pages) Your research must reference at least 5 relevant peer-reviewed journal articles. A well-written literature review:

– Compares and contrasts the relevant papers and relates them to your study. This is not an annotated bibliography that summarizes each paper in isolation.– Focuses, to the extent possible, on methodology, data, and results (not just results).– Notes whether and how your study brings up new ideas and/or expands on old ones.– Refer to authors, not paper names (e.g., “Goldin and Katz (2000) argue that…”). III. Model: ( 1-2 pages) This section should verbally and mathematically describe the theory behind the regression you are analyzing, including Table 1. It contains:

– The mathematical regression equation and definitions of the variables in your equation.– A brief justification for the functional form (linear, log-linear, etc.) and choice of dependent and independent variables included in the model.– A discussion of the identification strategy and any remaining threats to identification.– Clear testable hypotheses for coefficient estimates supported by economic theory. Address second-order or cross-partial derivatives where needed.– Note any restrictions to your analysis (e.g., simplifying assumptions imposed between the theory and empirical model, or ideas that aren’t testable due to data constraintsCover all requirements and all what you will need on the documents Requirements: 4-5 pages (cover all requirements)

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