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Topics and Groups will be assigned by Instructor.

All topics have to do with the effect of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and its associated disease COVID-19 on the economy of a country (not the USA in any instance). You should create 10-15 slides (NOT including “Works Cited” with a moderate amount of explanatory text. Please follow Guidelines with respect to Works Cited and Analysis. The topic for analysis will be “the effect on economic growth of a severe unexpected event” — give an estimate of expected effect of this event on GDP and unemployment over the course of this year and anticipated consequences for 2021 (when it is expected that a vaccine may have been found), with some discussion of effects on specific industrial sectors (exports, retail, hotel and restaurant, tourism, health care, etc). Please advise me if anyone in your group is not contributing — I will remove them.

Presentation Rubric:

Grading Rubric: in three equal parts (too short Presentations will have reduced credit):

Presentation considerations (33%): All topics have to do with the effect of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and its associated disease COVID-19 on the economy of a country (not the USA in any instance).  You should create 10-15 slides with a moderate amount of explanatory text. Please follow Guidelines with respect to Works Cited and Analysis. The topic for analysis will be “the effect on economic growth & unemployment of a severe unexpected event” — give an estimate of expected effect of this event on unemployment and GDP over the course of this year with a projection for 2021, with some discussion of effects on specific industrial sectors (manufacturing, exports, retail, hotel and restaurant, tourism, health care, etc).

Research (33%): A “Works Cited” page must be included, with not fewer than three (3) academic-level references, whether online or hardcopy, PLUS a reference to the specific relevant section of the Textbook — for a total of (4) references — Wikipedia is NOT acceptable as a reference, NOR ANY dictionary, NOR is a blog, nor general news sites such as Fox News, USA Today, Huffington Post, etc. The Economist is fine, as are The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Business Week, and other reputable business-oriented publications. “Works Cited” page MUST be included. Simply listing websites is NOT ACCEPTABLE — they must be identified clearly, stating the writer if known, publication, date, etc, as with any normal reference. Use MLA, ALA or Chicago Style or similar rules for references.

Analysis (33%): Topic must be specifically related to one of the Economics topics as studied in our Economics class, WHICH MUST BE IDENTIFIED (unemployment, inflation, economic growth, etc), using a graph or description clarifying how the example in the Presentation demonstrates this Principle.

If you do not do the Presentation, you will be assigned a ZERO for this portion of the course – NO EXCEPTIONS.

Cheating by copying from the Internet without quotation marks or citation (plagiarism) can lead to a zero on the assignment at my discretion.

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