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The report should be a summary for a published, refereed journal papers (preferably from Journal of Financial Markets, Journal of Financial Markets Research, International Journal of Financial markets, or similar journal. In addition, students may consult pro-quest on-line research periodical which exposes them to the recent dissertations and theses conducted all over the world).The number of papers in the report should at least equal the number of the students

 

  • The students are encouraged to choose research papers that address the Qatar financial markets or institutions or studies that addressed the region. The summary should discuss the main objective of the paper, the motivation for conducting the paper (the originality), the research methodologies (the study model and the main variables), results and the main findings and recommendations
    The size of the report should be around 1000 words (excluding references) and be written n in an academic style (abstract, Introduction, Literature, methodology, empirical analysis and results, and references list).

    • The project will be allocated 8 marks depending on the content, academic referencing and well structure. Student understanding for topic being addressed through his participation in presentation will affect highly his final score ( 4 marks).

    The structure of the project should be observed: What, why, how conceptually, and practically is the research restructured. Thus, your understanding of how the research ideas are flowed reflects your understanding for the topic you are addressing.
    Marking guidelines Project Report
    Following are the guidelines given to the students of what they should include in their project:

    Structure and Contents of Project report: The Project Report is an outline of your 5 points Project, providing information on the “What, Why, How conceptually and How practically” of your research. The purpose is to show the reader you have managed to arrange your broad Project research ideas into a logical account of research; and your work is justifiable and meaningful. It requires you to think clearly about your research objectives, research methods and relevant literature.

 

The following information needs to be included in your Project Report:

a. Title of your Project Report and abstract
Indicating the focus of your research

b. Introduction-Background ( you will rewrite it again in the end)
This section should explain the rationale and the context for identifying your research plans. You should provide sufficient background information on the issues you want to research for the reader to be able to understand the rest of your Project as well as its value. If you focus on an organization you should provide enough organizational information to put your research into context.

c. Literature Review
This should be presented under a separate heading. This review is a detailed critical analysis of the literature provides an identification of themes from academic and other relevant recent and/or historically important literature which acts as the basis for your study and clarifies where your study fits into this debate.

d. Research Objectives and Research Questions
Your research objectives should make it clear to the reader exactly what is being planned by the proposed research. Well-defined objectives should identify what is to be analyzed, and to what purpose. Your objectives should provide sufficient scope for a Project of this size, but also be achievable within the resources available to you. They should not be vague or too general and should be leading to observable outcomes.

The research objectives will be used by the reader to judge the rest of your report, so make sure that your proposed research design, data collection and analysis fit with the objectives.
Specific research questions (or hypotheses, if relevant) should be easily identifiable in your Project Report.

e. Research Design (Methods and Methodology)
Overall view of the approach and methods chosen to achieve your research objectives, as well as a justification of these choices. Provide information and justification for the research methodology you propose (for instance case study, cross sectional, time trends, modeling …) and demonstrate your reading on the topic.


If relevant, it should also detail particular areas your research will focus on, such as sectors of industry or regions and the identity of your research population.

f. Data collection and analysis
In fieldwork based Projects, provide details of the data which need to be collected; the way in which you intend to collect these data (for instance investigation of secondary data, survey, questionnaires) and the way you intend to analyses these data.

Be as precise as possible. For instance: for secondary data collection, specify the exact data sources you use; for surveys specify survey strategy, population and sample size; for interviews specify interview population, interview duration and way of analysis etcetera.

Provide clear information on access to this data: have you made sure all necessary data is available to you? If relevant, do you have the agreement of essential people to use certain data or conduct interviews? Is your Project agreed with the organization you focus on if this is necessary?

Are there any other particular ethical considerations you need to abide by in your research?

g. Analysis
Now you will analyze your data using different methods and explain the results.
h. Conclusion
This part should summarize your work giving brief information about:
• your research question
• the methodology used
• The most important results and its relation with the literature.
• Your contribution what should we learn from you work.
I. First draft
You already know have first draft from your different sections; therefore it is time to put all your work in one document including the following sub sections:
Abstract , title page, table of contents, list of tables, list of graphs, introduction, literature review, data, methodology , empirical analysis, conclusion, references list, and appendices for your data and other information