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#GEA 2Step 1: Prewriting Relate Economic Analysis to Human and Cultural Diversity This assignment is part 1 of the GEA2: Relate Economic Analysis to Human and Cultural DiversityThe rubric for this assignment is located below the assignment description. Overview:For this prewriting assignment, students will conduct the early research, organizing, and writing steps necessary to produce a high-quality report. Students will: Produce a template for their final document layout, format, and structureDevelop a structure for presenting case content Initiate Content Conduct research and develop a reference list Step 1: Produce a template/shell for your final reportFile : Report Template/Shell Exemplar.pdf (Attached)For this part of the assignment, you will develop the layout, and format of your document (a template, or “shell”). You will develop a shell into which you can add the text of your document easily. Online tutorials, guides, and videos are widely available to help you quickly and easily complete the layout.A note on resources: Google searches for various elements of the layout will result in a mix of resources that range from easy to follow and understand, to unnecessarily complicated and difficult to follow, so check out a few different resources before you start on each layout component. For example, I looked at 3 other useful but somewhat complicated tutorials before I looked at Linkedin’s “The Wicked Easy Way to Create a Table of Contents in Word” (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.and determined that their explanation was indeed wicked easy to follow and perfectly suitable for my needs for this assignment. Determine fonts and font sizes to use. A standard for font and size for the body text of many business documents is Times New Roman 12 point font, but you may use any clean, easy to read serif font, 10-12 points in size. Titles may use the same font or a clean sans-serif font (Arial and Helvetica are often used). Title hierarchy should be visually emphasized. This means that section titles should grab your eye more than sub-titles. You may choose to use centering (more visually strong), One may increase in font size 1-2 points, or use a bold, italicized, or underlined font to do this. One example of title levels is used by APA (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. which must be used with the indented paragraph option below. Select a paragraph style for the document. You may select one of two optionsIndent the first line of paragraphs, and have no additional space between paragraphs. The first line of a paragraph is not indented and there is a 12 point space between paragraphs. Always justify body text to the left. Sections and page numbers. Include page numbers on the required pages in the bottom right margin. You will need to know how to set section breaks, disconnect section headers and footers and set up custom page numbers. If you don’t know how to do these things, look for tutorials online.
Cover – no page numbers Table of Contents – roman numerals (i, ii, iii…). Body, Reference List, Appendix/Appendices – natural numbers (1, 2, 3…)Headers and Footers. Put the title of your document in the Header, justified to the left. Put your name followed by Consulting, justified to the left in the footer and justified to the right the page number. Table of Contents. You can use Styles in Word to set up the Table of Contents and the section titles, and subtitles in a way that will automate the page numbers listed in the Table of Contents. The table of contents should include Titles and subtitles used in your document with a page number for each justified to the right. Include the List of Tables and List of Figures after the Table of Contents, each as their own page as needed to list all tables and figures and their pages in the document. The Executive Summary is the page following the table of contents. Next, include the Introduction. You will include subsections for your background information and objective in this section.Your Analysis comes next. You will develop a logical structure for this, and outline it using subtitles in your report shell.After the analysis, you will include a section for your Recommendation and Conclusion Starting on a new page, include your Reference List after the recommendation and conclusion. Finally, include your Appendices Step 2: Develop a structure for your analysisYou will develop a logical structure for presenting the information you need to make your case. You will build this structure into your report shell by including sub-titles. Titles and subtitles may all be changed or added to as necessary for the final report, but you are already able to build specific content sections into your report shell. There are a few things that you know already that you will definitely need to include as part of your analysis, and you are expected to determine and build an organizational structure for how you plan to present these aspects of your analysis into your report shell. Step 3: Initiate ContentDevelop a report cover. The minimum elements required for the report cover are a report title, who the report is prepared for, who the report is prepared by, and the date the report is delivered. Optionally, report covers may have some graphic blocks or lines to create an interesting layout. You may also choose to add an image that is relevant to the topic of the report. All cover blocks, lines, or graphics should be used in a way that does not overwhelm the text, and graphics should be clearly related to the report. The cover is its own page, and does not have a number. Develop a table of contents including a list of tables and a list of figures. All titles and subtitles for every section after your table of contents must be included. Using the correct Word functions, you can generate a table of contents that automatically imports all of your section Headers (Header 1, Header 2, Header 3, etc.). If you use these functions, you will be able to easily update your table of contents as you fill in your report shell later on by using the “Update field” command. It is absolutely worth taking a few minutes to employ the correct Word functions at this point, as it will save you time and energy at the end of the assignment, which is usually the most stressful time.Step 4: Conduct Research and Develop a Reference ListConduct research to find at least 4 sources you will need to make your case. Write an annotated bibliographyLinks to an external site.of your sources (this will not be included in your final report)__________________________________________#GEA 2Relate Economic Analysis to Human and Cultural DiversityStep 3: Report SubmissionAssignment steps: Step 1: Pre-writing Step 2: Peer review Step 3: Report submission Now that you have feedback on your prewriting assignment, you will complete the calculations and then develop the case for your report. Your report must be well organized and structured coherently, using the exemplar attached as a guide.CaseYour client, Hupaya Incorporated, is going to build a new manufacturing facility. The budget for completing the facility and purchasing and installing the machinery is estimated to be $2.5 million. It will have a net annual income cash flow of $750,000 for the next 10 years. Initially, they were planning to locate the facility near their US headquarters location where their total incremental tax rate would be 30%. However, they have been approached by the Irish government and want to evaluate the option of building the facility in Ireland against their original plan of building in the US. Your consulting firm, [Your name] Consulting, has been hired to complete this evaluation and present a report with an analysis of the options that supports a recommendation you will make on where to locate the plant. The approach they have requested you to take is to calculate the after-tax present worth of adding the new manufacturing facility in each of the two countries (Ireland and the United States) and determine where it would be better to place the investment. You will need to research tax methods and depreciation rules in Ireland, and compare what you find with those of the US. Use these results to recommend where to make the investment.Write a report to present and justify your decision. Discuss the effects of the financial issues in the decision process. Essay Minimum Requirements: Minimum 500 words A clear, concise, coherent thesis statement Links to an external site.that makes a case/presents an argument. Clear, well organized, and easy to follow structural organization, using the exemplar attached as a guide.You must use and cite a minimum of four sources.You must use APA formatting Links to an external site.for your references and in-text citations, and you must cite your sources appropriately
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Title of Report
Prepared for
Hupaya Incorporated
Tampa, Florida
Prepared by
Your name Consulting
Date of report (due date)
Table of Contents
List of Tables……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… iii
List of Figures ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………. iv
Executive Summary …………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 1
Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 2
Background Information (title may vary) ……………………………………………………………………………….. 2
Objective (title may vary) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 2
Analysis (Presentation of Options, organized by issue OR country) ……………………………………. 2
(Ex. Organized by issue) ………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 2
Depreciation approach ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 2
United States ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2
Ireland ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 2
Tax rate…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 2
United States ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2
Ireland ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 2
(Ex. Organized by country)…………………………………………………………………………………………………… 3
United States …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3
Depreciation approach…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 3
Tax rate …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3
Currency issues …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 3
Net present worth ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 3
Etc. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 3
Ireland ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 3
Depreciation approach…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 3
Tax rate …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3
Currency issues …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 3
Net present worth ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 3
Etc. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 3
Recommendation and conclusion ………………………………………………………………………………….. 3
Reference List …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 4
Appendix A: Appendix Formatting Description ……………………………………………………………….. 5
Appendix B: Widows and Orphans ………………………………………………………………………………… 6
Appendix C: Title Descriptive of Content ………………………………………………………………………… 7
Appendix D: Title Descriptive of Content ………………………………………………………………………… 8
Assignment Description: Table of Contents
i
List of all sections of the document with the number of the page on which they start. Table
of Contents begins on Roman numeral page i. List of Tables and List of Figures should be
included on separate pages, and are paginated sequentially after the Table of Contents.
Note: We recommend that you consult tutorials on how to set up a table of contents. If you
correctly use headings (Heading 1, Heading 2, Heading 3, etc.), Word will fill in the page
numbers for you which will save you time and frustration in the end. The Linkedin.com
tutorial “The wicked easy way to create a table of contents in Word” is wicked easy to follow.
ii
List of Tables
Assignment Description: List of Tables
List all tables used throughout the document, including table number and the page it
appears on. Your list of tables should be formatted to match your Table of Contents.
iii
List of Figures
Assignment Description: List of Figures
List all figures used throughout the document, including figure number and the page it
appears on. Your list of figures should be formatted to match your Table of Contents.
iv
Executive Summary
Assignment Description: Executive Summary
This part of the document briefly summarizes the problem, context, input information,
sources of data, and your recommendation. This section is written for a leadership audience
who may only need and have time to get the most important ideas from your document.
• This section begins on its own page, and no part of the executive summary should
overlap with any other section of the report.
o For example, if your executive summary is 1.5 pages long, beginning on page 1
and ending on page 2 of your report, you must not begin the next section on
the same page that the executive summary ends. Instead, insert a page break
and begin your next section on the next page, page 3 in this example.
• The length of the executive summary will vary depending on the length of the report.
Typically, the executive summary is 5-10% the length of the report it summarizes.
However, if the report is short the executive summary maybe a little longer then
10%. Your executive summary is unlikely to require more than 2 pages.
• The first page of the executive summary is page number 1 of your report.
1
Introduction
Background Information (title may vary)
Objective (title may vary)
Assignment Description: Introduction
This section should be a brief statement of what this document will address, and how the
document will organizationally address those issues (e.g., what are the elements of the
document and what will each tell your reader).
Background information – What information have you been given about the case
you are evaluating. What does this information tell you and what questions does it
bring up.
Objective – This should be a clear, concise explanation regarding what the company
needs to accomplish as an end result of making this decision.
Analysis (Presentation of Options, organized by issue OR country)
Assignment Description: Analysis (Presentation of the options – Issue organization OR
Country Organization)
In this section, you will present the options that your company has to choose from. You will
present the issue facts as based on your research, and must cover issues including but not
limited to: Depreciation approach; tax rate; currency issues; date or calculation – net
present worth; additional information necessary for rationale.
Organizationally, you must determine the best way to present this information. Two
common ways to present the information are to: organize by issue, wherein each issue
constitutes a heading, and each country is nested as a heading under that; organize by
country, wherein each country constitutes a heading, and each issue is nested as a heading
under that.
Example organized by issue:
(Ex. Organized by issue)
Depreciation approach
United States
Ireland
Tax rate
United States
Ireland
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And so on with the rest of the issues (e.g., Currency issues – USD vs Euro, Date or
calculation – Net Present worth, Additional information necessary for rationale
Example organized by country:
(Ex. Organized by country)
United States
Depreciation approach
Tax rate
Currency issues
Net present worth
Etc.
Ireland
Depreciation approach
Tax rate
Currency issues
Net present worth
Etc.
Recommendation and conclusion
Assignment description: Recommendation and conclusion
This is where you will offer a clear and detailed explanation of your recommendation. You will
synthesize your information and analysis in order to coherently communicate to readers
why/how, based on your analysis, your recommendation is the approach best suited to meeting
the objective as described earlier in your report.
3
Reference List
Assignment description: Reference List
• Include your references here.
• Use APA style.
4
Appendix A: Appendix Formatting Description
Assignment description: Appendices
• Each item presented in the appendices requires its own appendix.
• Each appendix will be labeled at the top with a title that is formatted as: “Appendix
[letter – A, B, C, D…]: Title Descriptive of Content.” (See titles for the appendices in
this document for examples.)
• Appendices must be lettered sequentially.
• You will include your calculations used for this report as the first appendix. Multiple
appendices for calculations should be used as necessary.
• Additional appendices can be used to include any outside information you have used
including charts and tables that can help the reader understand choices you have
made. These must be cited correctly.
o (NOTE: It is permissible to use small elements of the work of others in
academic work. However, the rules change when you are publishing or
making money from the use of the work of others; at that point permissions
from and/or compensation to the original authors may be required.)
• The “correct” number of appendices will depend on a variety of factors determined
by the author and their level of thoroughness, detailed reporting, and research.
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Appendix B: Widows and Orphans
Widows and Orphans
§ Widows and orphans are terms used in document formatting. You need to be aware of
these as you should NOT have them in your finished document.
§ Widows refers to titles at the bottom of a page where the information after them starts
on the next page.
§ Orphans refers to one or two lines of a paragraph left at the bottom of the page with
the rest of the paragraph on the next page.
§ You may set this up as a word rule but should also review your document after it is
completely written and edited to make sure there are no widows and orphans.
Assignment description: Appendices
• Each item presented in the appendices requires its own appendix.
• Each appendix will be labeled at the top with a title that is formatted as: “Appendix
[letter – A, B, C, D…]: Title Descriptive of Content.” (See titles for the appendices in
this document for examples.)
• Appendices must be lettered sequentially.
• You will include your calculations used for this report as the first appendix. Multiple
appendices for calculations should be used as necessary.
• Additional appendices can be used to include any outside information you have used
including charts and tables that can help the reader understand choices you have
made. These must be cited correctly.
o (NOTE: It is permissible to use small elements of the work of others in
academic work. However, the rules change when you are publishing or
making money from the use of the work of others; at that point permissions
from and/or compensation to the original authors may be required.)
• The “correct” number of appendices will depend on a variety of factors determined
by the author and their level of thoroughness, detailed reporting, and research.
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Appendix C: Title Descriptive of Content
Assignment description: Appendices
• Each item presented in the appendices requires its own appendix.
• Each appendix will be labeled at the top with a title that is formatted as: “Appendix
[letter – A, B, C, D…]: Title Descriptive of Content.” (See titles for the appendices in
this document for examples.)
• Appendices must be lettered sequentially.
• You will include your calculations used for this report as the first appendix. Multiple
appendices for calculations should be used as necessary.
• Additional appendices can be used to include any outside information you have used
including charts and tables that can help the reader understand choices you have
made. These must be cited correctly.
o (NOTE: It is permissible to use small elements of the work of others in
academic work. However, the rules change when you are publishing or
making money from the use of the work of others; at that point permissions
from and/or compensation to the original authors may be required.)
• The “correct” number of appendices will depend on a variety of factors determined
by the author and their level of thoroughness, detailed reporting, and research.
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Appendix D: Title Descriptive of Content
Assignment description: Appendices
• Each item presented in the appendices requires its own appendix.
• Each appendix will be labeled at the top with a title that is formatted as: “Appendix
[letter – A, B, C, D…]: Title Descriptive of Content.” (See titles for the appendices in
this document for examples.)
• Appendices must be lettered sequentially.
• You will include your calculations used for this report as the first appendix. Multiple
appendices for calculations should be used as necessary.
• Additional appendices can be used to include any outside information you have used
including charts and tables that can help the reader understand choices you have
made. These must be cited correctly.
o (NOTE: It is permissible to use small elements of the work of others in
academic work. However, the rules change when you are publishing or
making money from the use of the work of others; at that point permissions
from and/or compensation to the original authors may be required.)
• The “correct” number of appendices will depend on a variety of factors determined
by the author and their level of thoroughness, detailed reporting, and research.
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