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Provide a “Reference” section at the end of your paper with at least 3 references including reference to a scholarly book or a scholarly journal. Your course paper must be on one of the following three macroeconomic topics: The Great Recession of 2008 – Causes and Consequences An Analysis of the Once you have selected a topic, be sure to conduct a thorough Review of Literature on the subject. The minimum length of your course paper is 8 pages, double-spaced without the title page and the page on references. Organize your paper with five sections: Introduction and objective. Make sure the objective is specific. Literature Review. Conduct a search on the topic of your paper and summarize works of others similar to what you are writing on. Be sure to follow APA guidelines. The following link contains basics of APA style guidelines: https://www.apastyle.org/learn/tutorials/basics-tutorial.aspx Analysis: Analyze your topic with reference to the objective. Summary and conclusion. References. Provide at least five references, at least two of which must be scholarly books and /or journals. You are welcome to send your topic and the objective of your paper to your instructor by the end of the first week so that he may provide additional guidance. Notes Refereed papers are academic papers that were criticized and reviewed by experts before being published. More information can be found in https://jerz.setonhill.edu/writing/academic/sources/journals/index.htmlhttps://www.yukoncollege.yk.ca/~agraham/guides/guidec.shtml. To find the academic articles that you need for your paper (at least one), go to the following full text databases in our library: Business Source Premier (EBSCO), Emerald Management Xtra, LexisNexis Academic, ProQuest Databases and ProQuestDissertations and Thesis. These databases are in https://library.nu.edu/FindResources/ResourceFinder.cfm. Databases have different sources or information, and you always have to combine them. Economists would say that databases are complements rather than substitutes, in other words, try more than one database. Short papers are nice pieces of art. Your paper will be evaluated not in terms of right/wrong but on rational coherence and quality of the argument.