State your motivation for the topic chosen (it should be related to the course coverage) and
the objective of the paper (e.g. what questions you are trying to answer).

The main body should include your introduction, analysis, and conclusion. Try to present
both sides of the viewpoints if applicable. Citation of the sources should be evident

throughout the paper (e.g. Frank & Bernanke, 2015; or New York Times, June 18, 2018, etc)
Tables and figures are optional. DO NOT simply copy and paste any tables/diagrams from
the original source(s), instead process the information from the source and create your own
tables and figures to add value. If tables/figures are used, they must have respective titles on
top and proper sources at the bottom.
Full references of articles in APA style cited at the end of your paper (see reference sources
below).