A wide variety of topics allows authors choosing the most capturing and original. Like any other type of works, economics paper has traditional structure. The first page is a title page, the second is abstract, and then go all other parts - introduction, body, conclusion, bibliography and appendices. Each part must be written according to requirements contain specific information.
The title of the work should sound natural. It should not be too complex, too popular, too short or too long. Make it informative and capturing. Simply describe what your paper is about. Also you should pay attention to the abstract. Write briefly about your findings. Remember that abstract is the part of the paper, which will be read in any case. The number of economic publications is growing. That is why people prefer to read brief descriptions before they choose a paper.
Introduction and conclusion should be logically connected, because they frame the work. Introduction describes the structure of the paper, involves the reader into the paper, helps to see the issue in general context, show the importance of achievements. Conclusion serves to formulate your final statements and summarize the results.
Body of the paper usually has the following structure: data, model, estimation methods and findings. Think over the sources in advance; read several data sections in related economics paper topics. Data sections are usually short - about one page long. In data section you should define and describe your data source, strengths and weaknesses, note some features of your data that affect the results of research. Use tables and graphs for statistics.
Authors of economic works often design economic models - abstract conceptions of economy as a whole or its particular branches or functions. Such a model usually has a form of combination of words and calculations. Description of the model will take approximately four or five pages. In the model section you need to make the assumption, describe the conditions and develop a basic model of economic behavior. Also you need to describe the methods and techniques that were used for collecting data and analysis.
The findings section is often the longest one. If in the model section you describe and test the model, in the results section you should report about the outcome of testing. Do not expect that the tables will "speak for themselves". You need to give answers on the research questions, introduce the tables and explain their content. The last step is to make a bibliography and attach appendixes if necessary.
Finally, the first draft of the paper is ready. Now you should check the format and style and edit the paper. Leave your work for a couple of days, and then read it again and revise if necessary. Also you should ask a professional to read it and share his opinion.