tiGEA1 Case Study Rubric GEM Case Study.pdf This is the final draft for the GEA1 Case Study. This portion has two primary parts that will be added to the rough draft, described below. You should write the paper as a cohesive whole; do not include section heaclers. Use the links above for submission details and rubric.
Part I – (this draws on welfare analysis regulation (Ch 4) to improve the argument made in the Rough Draft as well as describe an unintended consequence)
Consider rent control policies in the rental housing market and the negative aspects of this government intervention. In addition to improving your paper based on the feedback you received, add to your previous discussion of the US rental housing market using what you have learned about DWL and welfare analysis; specifically discuss efficiency concerns as a result of the intervention. You may have already discussed DWL in the rough draft, but you should elaborate on that discussion and really focus on what causes the DWL and in what ways is the loss generated, exactly who is impacted and how; give specific examples. Make sure you use multiple different economic terms from key concepts in chapter 4 throughout this part of the paper.
Part II – (this requires you to offer a creative alternate solution to the consequence you described above)
Now put yourself in the role of a social advocate. Noting the problems you presented above, what solutions do you have to help protect society? Offer an alternative solution that addresses the issues you noted in the rough draft and avoids the problems you noted above. Be creative, you are not limited to possible govemment interventions but should also consider potential interventions from other groups in society.
Writing assignments for this course are NOT Collaborative You are not to work with another student on this assignment or third party on this assignment or (this includes current and former students, private tutors and aids through third party websites). Students are ONLY permitted to work with the course instructor, the course TA, and the USF writing studio; unless given specific permission. Each student must provide individual work and is not permitted to share or discuss writing assignments with another student, current or former, all or in part. Plagiarism is strictly prohibited. Anyone, both current and former students, who do not follow this policy will be in direct violation of the USF honor code and reported.
• Plagiarism.pdf Plagiarism is not acceptable and ignorance of what qualifies as plagiarism is not an excuse. Refer to this file for guidelines. • Citation Guideadi • Chicago Manual of Style • Guide Writing Economics pdf z_l; This file is not necessary but may help address some writing questions you may have throughout the term.