ECON 3P10 Brock University Crime & Unemployment in Ontario Research Proposal


there are few questions that need to be answered. I already have a topic which is the relationship between crime rate, unemployed, and number of police officers in ontario. every variable need 30 datas (total 90) u can simply find the data on ” statisic Canada”.

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Statement of the Nature of the Problem
(a) Describe clearly and succinctly the major problem you hope to address in your
(b) Make sure your topic is well explained and understood by your readers
(c) Outline the objectives or goals of the study. Why is this problem worth inquiring
The Research Question
(a) Include your research question(s).
Survey of the Literature
(a) Outline the major studies in the literature (with constant references either for
yourself or for your readers) that have a bearing on the research question. Explain
how these studies are relevant to your research question.
(b) Explain how the proposed study can contribute to or extend existing studies
Research Design
(a) Explain the analytic framework of your model i.e. what theory is your work based
(b) Methods of gathering the data:
What type of data will you gather?
How will you obtain, record, and organize these data?
What estimation techniques will you use?
How do you plan to analyze the data?
List all references you have read so far and plan to use in your paper. The references
should follow the Chicago Manual of Style the details of which can be found at the
following American Economic Association link
Due Date: Friday October 08, 2021

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Explanation & Answer:
500 words

Crime Rate

unemployment rate

police officers

economic activity

statistical functions

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