EC 4006 UEL The Impact of Covid 19 on Hospitality Industry Essay

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Module Title: Fundamentals of Economics
Module Code: EC4006
Level 4
Term 2
Academic Year 2021/22
Module Leader: Dr Shazaib Butt
Email: s.butt@uel.ac.uk
Tel: 02082234991
Room Number: US2.33
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EC4006 – Fundamentals of Economics
Assessment Guide
Term 2
Module Leader
Dr Shazaib Butt
Email: s.butt@uel.ac.uk
Room: US2.33
Mon 11am – 1pm
Thu 230pm – 430pm
Seminar tutors
Michael Harrison: m.harrison@uel.ac.uk
Ijeoma Udegbe: i.udegbe@uel.ac.uk
Aurica Jalba: a.jalba@uel.ac.uk
Nancy Khialani: n.khialani@uel.ac.uk
Jenette DaSilva: j.da-silva@uel.ac.uk
Elpiniki Karakosta: e.karakosta@uel.ac.uk
Contents
Assessment Component 1 – (50% of Module Mark): ………………………………………………………………….. 3
Individual Portfolio – 2000 Word Essay ……………………………………….. Error! Bookmark not defined.
Deadline: 08 April 2022- 4pm. Submission must be online via TurnItin link on moodle. ………………… 3
Assessment Component 2: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 7
Final Exam (50%): 05 May 2022……………………………………………………………………………………………… 7
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Assessment Component 1 – (50% of Module Mark):
2000 Word Essay
Deadline: 08 April 2022 – 4PM. Submission must be online via
TurnItin link on moodle.
Task:
Students must choose ONE of the following industries of the United Kingdom and
discuss the impact of Covid-19 on their chosen industry. Critical analysis must be
undertaken by students applying appropriate Economic theories and backed by
scientific academic evidence.
Industries to consider:
Agriculture, forestry and fishing
Production
Mining, quarrying and utilities
Manufacturing
Construction
Wholesale and retail; Repair of Motor Vehicles
Motor trades
Wholesale
Retail
Transport and Storage (inc. postal)
Accommodation and food services
Information and communication
Finance and Insurance
Property
Professional, scientific and technical
Business administration and support services
Public administration and defence
Education
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Health
Arts, entertainment, recreation and other services
Additional Details:
For the individual report, you are encouraged to “showcase” your knowledge, technical grasp
and understanding of relevant economic theories. This is an opportunity for you to demonstrate
(briefly) that you understand and can apply the relevant principles, theory and evidence related
to welfare economics. You are expected to think about the economic principles involved, to
research a little, to check your understanding and to write in a logical manner.
Note: Please concentrate on structuring your arguments in appropriate academic writing
and not provide a long commentary of current events or provide large quantities of
statistics.
Recommended Resources for economic concept building:
You may consider consulting economics textbooks for example:
Mankiw, N. G., Taylor, P. M. and Ashwin, A. (2016). Business Economics. 2nd edn.
Hampshire: Cengage Learning (Core)
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Concept Building
Sloman, J. and D. Garratt. (2016). Essentials of Economics. London: Pearson.
Begg, D., Vernasca, G., Fischer, S., and Dornbusch, R. (2014). Economics. 11th edn.
Berkshire: McGraw-Hill Education
Mankiw, N. G. and Taylor, P. M. (2011). Economics. 2nd edn. Hampshire: Cengage
Learning
In addition you may wish to consider:
General overview
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Stephens, M., Cross, S., & Luckwell, G. (2020). Coronavirus and the Impact on
Output in the UK Economy: June 2020. London: Office for National Statistics, 12.
Leiva-Leon, D., Pérez-Quirós, G., & Rots, E. (2020). Real-time weakness of the
global economy: a first assessment of the coronavirus crisis.
Nicola, M., Alsafi, Z., Sohrabi, C., Kerwan, A., Al-Jabir, A., Iosifidis, C., … & Agha,
R. (2020). The socio-economic implications of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID19): A review. International journal of surgery, 78, 185-193.
Many good resources are available online. The list below is by no means exhaustive; explore
the following and more:
• https://theconversation.com
• http://blogs.lse.ac.uk
• https://www.ft.com
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https://www.economist.com
UEL Library Services
Assessment Criteria:
Assessment Criteria:
Weightings
Evidence of proper analysis &
critical thinking
40%
Students are expected to show relevant
critical analysis and meaningful
interpretation of the information
gathered.
Research Skills & Knowledge
40%
Comprehensive research; should consult
a handful of related study
Writing Skills & logical sequence
of arguments
Including structure,
presentation
grammar
10%
and
Accurate Referencing
10%
Must be in the Harvard Style – See Cite
Them Rite
TOTAL MARKS
100%
Learning outcomes assessed:
1 – 9 as indicated in the module guide.
Please observe the following in the preparation of your essay
General Presentation of your essay
The report must be word processed, double spaced with 25mm margins. The font size must be
such that the project is easily readable e.g. a font size of either 12 or 14 point (excluding
headings). Use widely-used fonts such as Times New Roman, not those that might be
considered informal or unusual. Pages must be sequentially numbered.
Chapters, sections and sub-sections must be clearly identified and sequentially numbered or
lettered, with separate chapters beginning on a new page.
Diagrams, graphs, figures, tables, pictures and charts must be incorporated into the report and
they should be clearly labelled and referenced.
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References must be accurately provided in the text using the Harvard System (see Saunders et
al., 2009). All quotations must be acknowledged and correctly presented within the text i.e.
other than very short ones, quotations should be indented and in single spacing. (See Saunders
et al for further details).
Number of words should be mentioned at the end of the dissertation and before the
bibliography.
Word Count
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Your word count should not include your abstract, or reference list. You should provide
your word count at the end of your report.
Should not exceed the word count by more than 10%; if it does, it will result in a penalty
of 5% of your marks for your work.
If your work is significantly shorter, then you will probably have failed to provide the
level of detail required.
Submitting Assessments Using Turnitin:
Turnitin is required for coursework assessments, such as report/research papers or projects in
Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and in PDF format. There are two main reasons we want you to
use Turnitin:
• Turnitin can help you avoid academic breaches and plagiarism. When you use Turnitin
before a submission deadline, you can use the Originality Report feature to compare
your work to thousands of other sources (like websites, Wikipedia, and even other
student papers). Anything in your work that identically matches another source is
highlighted for you to see. When you use this feature before the deadline, you will
have time to revise your work to avoid an instance of academic breach/plagiarism.
• Turnitin saves paper. When using Turnitin to electronically submit your work, you will
almost never have to submit a paper copy.
Late Submissions Using Turnitin
UEL has permitted students to be able to submit their coursework up to 24 hours after the
deadline. Assessments that are submitted up to 24 hours late are still marked, but with a 5%
deduction. However, you have to be very careful when you are submitting your assessment.
If you submit your work twice, once using the original deadline link and then again using the
late submission link on Turnitin, your assignment will be graded as late with the 5%
deduction.
Turnitin System Failure
Best advice: Don’t wait until the last minute to submit your assessments electronically. If you
experience a problem submitting your work with Turnitin, you should notify your lecturer/tutor
by email immediately. However, deadlines are not extended unless there is a significant
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systems problem with Turnitin. UEL has specific plans in place to address these issues. If
UEL finds that the issue with the system was significant, you will receive an email notifying
you of the issue and that you have been given a 24 hour extension. If you don’t receive
any email that specifically states you have been given an extension, then the original
deadline has not been changed.
Assessment Component 2:
Final Exam (50%)
05 May 2022 (Time and Place: TBC)
NB: Towards the end of term a mock exam will be provided.
Notes on Grading
Students must achieve a grade of at least 30% in both components and have a mean weighted
average grade between the two components of 40%. In the event that a student has not passed
a component one attempt at a retrieval task is permitted. The portfolio will be reassessed as
an unseen time constrained assessment.
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