Covid-19 Effects on Government Fiscals and Monetary Policy Question


i need a good, interesting, detailed economics extended essay topic that is extended from the highschool level (but will be written by a highschool student). I will have to write 4000 words by the end of this entire essay, but I just need the extended essay graphic organizer filled and the essay started. 
I attached the graphic organizer that has to be filled and the extended essay guide. Here is a link to how it is marked:…

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Extended Essay—Overview and Planner
This planner is intended to help give shape to your essay in its early stages, to solidify strong ideas, and to observe where missing
sources, information, and/or concepts are found.
Research Question:
Revised Research Question (after meeting Supervisor): if applicable
Thesis Development/Hypothesis/Central Claim
Most humanities essays will require a meaningful
thesis before you are able to develop the topics
that will work to prove it in the body of the essay.
That is, your thesis should emerge from the ideas
you have about the texts you are examining. You
should not be trying to find texts to fit a
preconceived idea.
Please write a working introduction to your essay. Your introductory paragraph must have
three central elements: an overview of the topic, a specific observation/pattern, and a
reason why you believe this pattern is occurring (i.e. literary thesis, scientific hypothesis,
Essays in the sciences should work from a
hypothesis derived from your research question.
When the research is complete, you will return to
the intro to discuss the nature of your final
observations/results of labs or experimentation.
Topic 1 Overview
(Idea, experiment/lab, textual excerpt, literary
device or motif, element of design or
composition, case study, historical event, etc.)
How does this topic/source/excerpt/experiment prove my thesis or answer my
research question?
Topic 2 Overview
How does this topic/source/excerpt/experiment prove my thesis or answer my
research question?
Topic 3 Overview
How does this topic/source/excerpt/experiment prove my thesis or answer my
research question?
Topic 4 Overview
How does this topic/source/excerpt/experiment prove my thesis or answer my
research question?
Missing Elements:
(Where will I find them?)
List of Major Texts/Sources (including your own labs if applicable):
International Baccalaureate
Diploma Programme Subject Brief
Diploma Programme Core:
Extended essay, including the world studies option
First assessment 2018
The IB Diploma Programme (DP) is a rigorous, academically challenging and balanced programme of education designed to prepare students aged 16 to 19 for
success at university and life beyond. The DP aims to encourage students to be
knowledgeable, inquiring, caring and compassionate, and to develop intercultural
understanding, open-mindedness and the attitudes necessary to respect and evaluate a range of viewpoints. Approaches to teaching and learning (ATL) within the DP
are deliberate strategies, skills and attitudes that permeate the teaching and learning
environment. In the DP, students develop skills from five ATL categories: thinking,
research, social, self-management and communication.
To ensure both breadth and depth of knowledge and understanding, students must
choose six courses from six distinct groups:
1) studies in language and literature; 2) language acquisition; 3) individuals and societies; 4) sciences; 5) mathematics; 6) the arts. Students may choose to replace the arts
course with a second course from one of the other five groups. At least three, and not
more than four, subjects are taken at higher level (240 recommended teaching hours),
while the remaining are taken at standard level (150 recommended teaching hours). In
addition, three core elements—the extended essay, theory of knowledge, and creativity, activity, service—are compulsory and central to the philosophy of the programme.
These DP subject briefs illustrate four key course components.
I. Course description and aims
II. Overview of the extended essay process
III. Assessment model
IV. Sample extended essay topics
I. Course description and aims
The extended essay is a compulsory, externally assessed piece of independent research into a topic chosen by the student and presented as
a formal piece of academic writing. The extended essay is intended to
promote high-level research and writing skills, intellectual discovery and
creativity while engaging students in personal research. This leads to
a major piece of formally presented, structured writing of up to 4,000
words in which ideas and findings are communicated in a reasoned,
coherent and appropriate manner.
The aims of the extended essay are to provide students with the opportunity to:
• engage in independent research with intellectual initiative and rigour
• develop research, thinking, self-management and communication skills
• reflect on what has been learned throughout the research and writing process.
Students are guided through the process of research and writing by an
assigned supervisor (a teacher in the school). All students undertake three
mandatory reflection sessions with their supervisor, including a short
interview, or viva voce, following the completion of the extended essay.
The extended essay process
Extended essay topics may be chosen from a list of approved DP subjects—normally one of the student’s six chosen subjects for the IB
diploma or the world studies option. World studies provides students
with the opportunity to carry out an in-depth interdisciplinary study of
an issue of contemporary global significance, using two IB disciplines.
II. Overview of the extended essay process
The research process
1. Choose the approved DP subject.
2. Choose a topic.
3. Undertake some preparatory reading.
4. Formulate a well-focused research question.
5. Plan the research and writing process.
6. Plan a structure (outline headings) for the essay. This may change
as the research develops.
7. Carry out the research.
© International Baccalaureate Organization 2016
International Baccalaureate® | Baccalauréat International® | Bachillerato Internacional®
Writing and formal presentation
The required elements of the final work to be submitted are as follows.
• Title page
• Contents page
• Introduction
• Body of the essay
• Conclusion
• References and bibliography
The upper limit of 4,000 words includes the introduction, body, conclusion and any quotations.
Reflection process
As part of the supervision process, students undertake three mandatory reflection sessions with their supervisor. These sessions form part
of the formal assessment of the extended essay and research process.
The purpose of these sessions is to provide an opportunity for students to reflect on their engagement with the research process and is
intended to help students consider the effectiveness of their choices,
re-examine their ideas and decide on whether changes are needed.
The final reflection session is the viva voce.
The viva voce is a short interview (10–15 minutes) between the student and the supervisor, and is a mandatory conclusion to the process.
The viva voce serves as:
• a check on plagiarism and malpractice in general
• an opportunity to reflect on successes and difficulties
• an opportunity to reflect on what has been learned
• an aid to the supervisor’s report.
III. Assessment model
The extended essay, including the world studies option, is assessed
against common criteria and is interpreted in ways appropriate to each
subject. Students are expected to:
Assessment at a glance
Focus and method
The topic, the research question and the methodology are clearly stated.
Knowledge and
The research relates to the subject area/discipline used to explore the research question,
and knowledge and understanding is demonstrated through the use of appropriate terminology and concepts.
Critical thinking
Critical-thinking skills have been used to analyse
and evaluate the research undertaken.
The presentation follows the standard format
expected for academic writing.
The student’s engagement with their research
focus and the research process.
The extended essay contributes to the student’s overall score for the
diploma through the award of points in conjunction with theory of
knowledge. A maximum of three points are awarded according to a student’s combined performance in both the extended essay and theory
of knowledge.
IV. Sample extended essay topics
• What is the relationship between the length of an exhaust pipe
and the frequency of the sound it emits?
• How far was the Christian Democrat victory in the Italian elections
of 1948 influenced by Cold War tensions?
• How effective is Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s use of colour to convey his
message in the play Der Besuch der alten Dame?
• provide a logical and coherent rationale for their choice of topic
• review what has already been written about the topic
• formulate a clear research question
• offer a concrete description of the methods used to investigate
the question
• generate reasoned interpretations and conclusions based on their
reading and independent research in order to answer the question
• reflect on what has been learned throughout the research and
writing process.
About the IB: For over 50 years the IB has built a reputation for high-quality, challenging programmes of education that develop internationally
minded young people who are well prepared for the challenges of life in the 21st century and able to contribute to creating a better, more
peaceful world.
For further information on the IB Diploma Programme, visit: Complete subject guides can be accessed through
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