Tariff in Canada

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The tax policy that this paper about is tariff in Canada and make sure to bring up the WTO while writing the paper, the full instruction is in the following document. (It is not necessary to discuss both import and export taxes. Import tax is the primary
General instructions regarding the structure and the content of the paper
The main paper should be, at minimum, 3000 words in length. The abstract and the bibliography ought to be treated as separate sections. The essay must be typed, double spaced with 1.5 inch margins and printed on one side of the paper. The cover page must include the following information: Wilfrid Laurier University, Department of Economics, course number, course title, essay title, student name, student ID number, instructor’s name and date.
 
The objective of writing this paper is to take a look at a specific tax policy and assess its merits from the viewpoint of an economist. Students will choose a policy, describe it, and discuss the expected effects in terms of economic incidence, efficiency, and effects on individual behaviour using economic theory.
Central to the discussion is the consideration of incentives and redistribution. Students are to present any evidence from the existing literature. It is possible to add to this by providing relevant statistics.
As a conclusion, student will provide a clear recommendation with a brief summary of the logic supporting the recommendation concerned.
The policy chosen is up to the student: consider a specific existing provision in Canadian tax system, or tax provisions that exist in other countries, or policies that have been proposed, or policies that have been implemented.
 
Students can write the paper under any of these categories: technical paper, case study, literature review, general review or conceptual paper. The paper may be theoretical or empirical in nature.
 
The General Structure of the Research Paper
The paper should include the following sections/headings:
(1). Abstract (250 to 300 words) – This section should only reflect what is written in the original paper. The abstract should be broken down into several subtopics.
(i). Purpose – What is the research question?
(ii). Design/ Methodology – Include the main method used in the paper.
(iii). Findings – Outline the major findings of the paper.
(iv). Social/Practical implications – Discuss the main impact on society of this research. Is there any practical application of the findings?
(v). Originality – Highlight the original contribution of this paper to the field of public economics.
 
(2). Title – Provide a precise and appropriate title for the paper.
 
 
 
(3). Introduction
(i). A general introduction to the topic®provide some background   information about the topic and state your research question.
(ii). Organization of the remaining of the paper® outline the format of the paper and provide comments to what is being covered and in what order.
(4). Body of the Paper
(i). Literature survey (critical summary of the existing and contemporary journal articles and textbooks that are relevant for the paper)
(ii). Research methodology (empirical specification of the model if necessary)
(iii). Research results and analysis
(v). Discussion®the major findings of the paper  and conflicts within the existing literature
Areas of strength/weakness of the literature
Specific recommendations
(iv). Limitations and implications
 
(5). Conclusion –  The conclusion should provide a summary of findings and recommendations in the paper. It should also include a brief summary of weaknesses in this literature and outlines areas for future research.
 
(6). References/Bibliography
A complete bibliography listing all sources of information (including web addresses) must be included in the report.
Extreme care should be taken to ensure that ideas and views expressed in the report are properly attributed and cited by using endnotes.
 
(7).Appendix –if necessary

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Tariff in Canada

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The tax policy that this paper about is tariff in Canada and make sure to bring up the WTO while writing the paper, the full instruction is in the following document. (It is not necessary to discuss both import and export taxes. Import tax is the primary
General instructions regarding the structure and the content of the paper
 
The main paper should be, at minimum, 3000 words in length. The abstract and the bibliography ought to be treated as separate sections. The essay must be typed, double spaced with 1.5 inch margins and printed on one side of the paper. The cover page must include the following information: Wilfrid Laurier University, Department of Economics, course number, course title, essay title, student name, student ID number, instructor’s name and date.
 
The objective of writing this paper is to take a look at a specific tax policy and assess its merits from the viewpoint of an economist. Students will choose a policy, describe it, and discuss the expected effects in terms of economic incidence, efficiency, and effects on individual behaviour using economic theory.
 
Central to the discussion is the consideration of incentives and redistribution. Students are to present any evidence from the existing literature. It is possible to add to this by providing relevant statistics.
 
As a conclusion, student will provide a clear recommendation with a brief summary of the logic supporting the recommendation concerned.
The policy chosen is up to the student: consider a specific existing provision in Canadian tax system, or tax provisions that exist in other countries, or policies that have been proposed, or policies that have been implemented.
 
Students can write the paper under any of these categories: technical paper, case study, literature review, general review or conceptual paper. The paper may be theoretical or empirical in nature.
 
The General Structure of the Research Paper
 
The paper should include the following sections/headings:
 
(1). Abstract (250 to 300 words) – This section should only reflect what is written in the original paper. The abstract should be broken down into several subtopics.
(i). Purpose – What is the research question?
(ii). Design/ Methodology – Include the main method used in the paper.
(iii). Findings – Outline the major findings of the paper.
(iv). Social/Practical implications – Discuss the main impact on society of this research. Is there any practical application of the findings?
(v). Originality – Highlight the original contribution of this paper to the field of public economics.
 
(2). Title – Provide a precise and appropriate title for the paper.
 
 
 
(3). Introduction
(i). A general introduction to the topic®provide some background   information about the topic and state your research question.
(ii). Organization of the remaining of the paper® outline the format of the paper and provide comments to what is being covered and in what order.
 
(4). Body of the Paper
(i). Literature survey (critical summary of the existing and contemporary journal articles and textbooks that are relevant for the paper)
(ii). Research methodology (empirical specification of the model if necessary)
(iii). Research results and analysis
(v). Discussion®the major findings of the paper  and conflicts within the existing literature
Areas of strength/weakness of the literature
Specific recommendations
(iv). Limitations and implications
 
(5). Conclusion  The conclusion should provide a summary of findings and recommendations in the paper. It should also include a brief summary of weaknesses in this literature and outlines areas for future research.
 
(6). References/Bibliography
A complete bibliography listing all sources of information (including web addresses) must be included in the report.
 
Extreme care should be taken to ensure that ideas and views expressed in the report are properly attributed and cited by using endnotes.
 
(7).Appendix –if necessary
 

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