Econ 1035 Report Given a data set that replicates the industry/world, students will be required to perform a wide range of statistical analysis covered in
Econ 1035 Report Given a data set that replicates the industry/world, students will be required to perform a wide range of statistical analysis covered in the course, with focus on the analysis of relationships between variables.
The response to the assignment must be provided in the form of a business report with no more than 10 pages (excluding cover page). The structure of your business report must include:
An Executive Summary
Conclusions RMIT Classification: Trusted
RMIT Classification: Trusted
<< Title of Report in Initial Capital Letters >>
Arial (18 points, Boldface)
Here you present a one-paragraph succinct summary of the report. This summary should stand alone (no reference to figures or tables in the text) and should provide a clear overview of the essential information in the report: aim of the analysis, methodology used, and one or two key findings and recommendations.
In the “Introduction,” make sure that you orient the audience with sufficient background to understand what the problem is and why the problem is important (engage with audience). You also provide: a background of the issue being investigated (could refer to media/newspaper articles, journal articles etc; make sure you cite them properly), the aim(s) of the analysis, a description of research methods, and some highlights if the findings.
Here you will answer the questions in the order they have been asked. Label the answers for clarity.
This section summarizes the document and provides closure. The difference between this summary and the executive summary is that the summary in the “Conclusion” for someone who has read the report.
Need to provide a list of references if you have cited any article/website.
Other notes: a professional report also needs
· Page numbering
· Informative headings and sub-headings
· Numbered answers
· Labelled graphs and tables
· Nice overall formatting and presentation/consistent font/no over- or under-sized figures/tables