Research method

Research method

 

I) Full reference of the paper reviewed. (A total of 1 mark available) II) List the aim(s) of the paper. (A total of 10 marks available) III) List how the paper differs from existing literature. [You are not looking at the results here – they come up later on] (A total of 10 marks available)_ IV) References. List the other articles you used for this review. [Ensure that all papers are referenced correctly – in line with the dissertation guidelines in the 2011/12 handbool<.] (A total of 4 marks available)_ Page 1 of 5 V) Describe and discuss the methodolopv that is used.


I) Full reference of the paper reviewed. (A total of 1 mark available) II) List the aim(s) of the paper. (A total of 10 marks available) III) List how the paper differs from existing literature. [You are not looking at the results here – they come up later on] (A total of 10 marks available)_ IV) References. List the other articles you used for this review. [Ensure that all papers are referenced correctly – in line with the dissertation guidelines in the 2011/12 handbool<.] (A total of 4 marks available)_ Page 1 of 5 V) Describe and discuss the methodolopv that is used. Do you think tliis is tine most appropriate metiiodology to be used? Explain your answer. Wiiere appropriate, give details of the data/information used and the sources. (one and a half pages maximum) (Totdl of 25 marks available) Empirical paper Is the nature of the data clear? Is the nature of the empirical techniques clear? Are they suitable? What are the general estimating questions? Theoretical paper Is the nature of the model clear? Are the assumptions clear? Sensible? Asymmetric info, or full info? Static or dynamic? Partial or general equilibrium? Micro or macro? Etc Page 2 of 5 VI) List and discuss the findings and conclusions of the paper. Summarise the key findings and compare tine findings to tine results from tine literature on tliis topic. You need to use at least two more articles, (two pages maximum). (A total of 30 marks available) Empirical paper Do the results make sense? Could they be due to something else? Has this been discussed/recognised? Has the paper done what is set out to do? Convincingly? Theoretical paper Do the results make sense? Are they robust to alternative assumptions? Has this been discussed/recognised? Has the paper done what is set out to do? Convincingly? Note that no paper is perfect You’re not being asked whether you can find any problem Instead,