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|Costs and Benefits of Speculation|
|45 pages (at least 280 words per page)|
Further notes / Customer remarks and information on the implementation:
The theme has to be related to open macroeconomics, the model has to be agent-based (multiple agents) and with two markets. Than add some differences to the code, always on Mathematica and draw some conclusions.
At the end I will need two files:
– I need a mathematica file which reflects what is written in the thesis doc file you are going to give me. This mathematica file must contain:
the model of paper (http://brage.bibsys.no/xmlui/bitstream/handle/11250/164189/1/dpfor2012-12.pdf),
the changes/updates to the model
some brief descriptions of the code
I sent you 3 mathematica files, you can use them as an example to create the mathematica file. You cannot copy the topic of that file, neither codes or ideas from it. It is just to show you what my tutor is expecting and how it should be structured.
– The word doc file 45 pages (the thesis file), has to be as follows:
having an abstract (where you briefly describe the content of the thesis),
presentation of the paper (http://brage.bibsys.no/xmlui/bitstream/handle/11250/164189/1/dpfor2012-12.pdf) and related literature
presentation of the model with comments on eventual problems with coding/steps to get to the coding of the model or parameters
presentation of the updated model with comments on eventual problems with coding/steps to get to the updated coding of the model or parameters
Every graph you insert and outcome in the word doc file has to have a relation to the mathematica code aswell, otherwise I can’t explain the origin of those if asked by my tutor.
Please start from the mathematica file, so that in case of questions, I can forward those to my tutor. This way we are sure that everything runs smoothly.
Everything has to be cited in the common way to write a masterthesis.
For the format, I think normally the text is written in Arial, 12pt, line and paragraph spacing at 1,5.
In the text, when writing about someones paper or taking a concept of other literature, add the lastname and the date of the source. (for example “the date of the source” (Client, 2014)) and we add at the end of the paper the whole literature with titles autors and so on.