Weekly Research Paper (85 points total): Prepare a three-page paper in APA style that describes, explains, addresses, and answers the following.
The United States has several laws that are intended to further fair, balanced, and competitive business practices. Do you think that such laws are effective? If so, why? If not, why not? Be sure to provide evidence to support your position one way or the other. Using the course shell, access the DeVry University library to research this topic a bit further. In addition, access the http://www.ftc.gov website for additional information and resources.
Include APA style in-text citations as well as a reference section.
Research papers should be typed in Word. Use 1-inch margins with 12-point type and double spacing. Proper spelling, grammar, clarity, and APA style for a business report will be considered in addition to concepts as part of the final grade. Use subheadings to separate major sections or concepts. The final paper should be between 750 and 1,500 words and three pages in length. Submit your paper as an attachment in the Dropbox. Remember, your submitted paper must be your own work with appropriate citations for your resources. Please be sure to include in-text (parenthetical) citations in APA format and a list of references for all sources.
An essay is a composition that is intended to be an analytical, interpretative, original response about the topics and examples in question. An appropriate response should fully answer all questions and develop the topic. It should be organized, have a purpose, and contain examples to support the purpose. There should be a clear introduction, body, and conclusion. Homework should be edited for grammar, spelling, typos, and correct punctuation. The writing style should demonstrate an understanding of the material assigned and integrate multiple points of view, using vocabulary reflective of the topics discussed in the course.
Make sure you support your conclusions and decisions with sound research and analysis from at least two sources. Your textbook can be a source. Explanations of your options and choices are an important part of your demonstration of your mastery of this proposal. Consider your plan from the point of view of a persuasive business proposal.