A case study analysis must not merely summarize the case. It should identify key issues and problems, outline and assess alternative courses of action, and draw appropriate conclusions. The Economic case study analysis can be broken down into the following steps:
Identify the most important facts surrounding the case/article.
Identify the key issue or issues.
Evaluate the author’s course of action or recommendations.
Recommend the best course of action, if you feel it need improvement.
Each paper is to be a minimum of 1-2 pages in length and not more than 2 pages, not including title page and references, double-spaced, Times New Roman script, and font size 12. The paper is to be supported by references. Papers will be graded as per the grading rubric set forth below. Late submissions will not be accepted