Government Size Position Paper
The purpose of this assignment is to help you practice skills that are essential to success in this course and your professional life after graduation. You will assemble the basic understanding of the managerial economic issues you have learned thus far in Modules 1 through 7 to critically evaluate the function and appropriate size of the government as well as the economic effects on businesses. You will build skills in seeking out relevant and quality data, combine and analyze the information you gather, then formulate a coherent position based on researched evidence. This assignment also requires you to clearly communicate in a written format by using the general education skills of critical thinking, communication, and information literacy.
Before you begin this assignment, read all of the information in the task, criteria, and submission sections of this page. Contact your instructor if you require clarification or have questions. This assignment requires you to write a position paper using the classical argument structure learned in ENGL 123
The topic/question you need to address is,
- “What size of government is appropriate for America, and what are the economic effects the government will have on business?” Some issues that should be included in your paper include the role of government in American life, what is meant by size of government, how the government is connected to its budget and businesses, and the purposes or outcomes of government.
You will write an APA style position paper (800 – 1000 words). Write your paper using the classical argument structure Download classical argument structure learned in ENGL 123. Examine the evaluation rubric. Use the rubric as a checklist to identify the successful parts of your assignment, and conduct a self-evaluation of your paper prior to submission. Your paper must not exceed the word count requirement and should reflect college level scholarly writing.
You will not be able to revise this assignment; therefore, examine the evaluation rubric. Use the rubric as a checklist to identify the successful parts of your assignment, and conduct a self-evaluation of your paper prior to submission. Your paper must not exceed the word count requirement and should reflect college level scholarly writing.