Dissertation - The effect of Derivatives on the development

Order code: 77739811

Deadline: June 2 - 11pm PST

Pages: 62, Double spaced

Sources: 35

Order type: Dissertation

Subject: Finance

Academic level: Master

Style: Harvard

Language: English (U.S.)

Order Description

Here is the proposal templete which needs about 3-4 pages.

I) Working Title.

The effect of Derivatives on the development and profit of Commercial Banks in UK.

II) Research Question/Hypothesis.

III) Key Literature. List between 4 and 6 key papers that will form the basis of the research. (Ensure that all papers are referenced correctly)

IV) Background Discussion. Provide a literature review and the motivation for your research (Between one and three pages maximum)

V) Methodology and data/information requirements. Describe the methodology that will be used, clearly stating how you will attempt to answer your research question. Where appropriate, give details of the data/information required and the sources. (three pages maximum)

VI) Time Plan. Detail your time plan for your dissertation, indicating milestones. (Half a page maximum).

Please work on the proposal of the dissertation first about 3-4 pages.

After the proposal proved,

then can continue to work on the dissertation with the feedback about 16000-20000 words. Thanks.


Uzair Hamid

Team Leader


Compétences : Rédaction scientifique

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Nº du projet : #1616406