corporate finance theory topic is on severance 1 – writinghub.net

Here is the assignment we spoke about yesterday, I am copying and pasting the same info over here for you

I am first going to show you the topic of the assignment paper and then I will provide all of the requirements on the next email, I don’t want to confuse you by putting it all in at one time.

The paper is on corporate finance theory – the topic is on SEVERANCE pay. (this touches on theories and corruption within severance pay) (See below this is the submitted topic that was approved giving to you as a reference). There article used as a citation I will attach (this should also be included in the paper) , I also have another article to provide as an example as well that will attach.

Introduction

The purpose of this assignment is in reference to the course project and week three assignment topic. The topic in Corporate Finance Theory that interest the subject of this discussion will be highlighted below in the write up proposal.

Corporate Finance Theory Proposal

1.The proposed research topic in corporate finance theorywill be to examine optimal contracts in reference to severance pay. According to Goldstein & Hackbarth (2014) argued theoretical research in corporate finance is critical for understanding real-world phenomena, for interpreting empirical results, and for deriving policy implications. Corporate finance an integral aspect of economics and finance, the topic for this assignment will touch examine severance pay and to examines common themes and empirical work.

2.The reason for this topic is due to researching various articles, severance compensation appeared to be a topic worth examining as Goldstein & Hackbarth (2014) suggested there is additional research. Based on data, there is an indication of the presence of corruption or managerial empire building, and so suggesting the need for tighter regulation to control managerial behavior and prevent managers from capturing value at the expense of shareholders.

3.In development stages of gather bibliography research for my topic, the research will utilize Capella Journals, Google Scholar and other entities available to obtain scholarly and peer reviewed articles.

References

Goldstein, I., & Hackbarth, D. (2014). Corporate finance theory: Introduction to special issue. Journal of Corporate Finance. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcorpfin.2014.10.018

Now here comes all of the requirements:

FINANCE THEORY PAPER

  • Research a topic that interests you in finance theory.
  • Improve your research skills and professional writing ability.
  • Develop a deeper understanding of research in finance.
  • Explore a potential dissertation topic.

PROJECT OBJECTIVES

To successfully complete this project, you will be expected to:

  1. Analyze, synthesize, and evaluate current research literature on a particular topic in finance.
  2. Identify and analyze the importance of a chosen topic within the current practice of financial decision making.
  3. Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, APA proficient, and consistent with expectations for members of the business professions.

To achieve a successful project experience and outcome, you are expected to meet the following requirements.

  • Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
  • APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to APA (latest edition) style and formatting.
  • Number of resources: Include a minimum of 15 references.
  • Length of paper: 15–20 double-spaced pages.
  • Font and font size: Arial or Times New Roman, 12 point.

The grading criteria is below – the section that says distinguished is where the paper should be graded on based on this ruberics

PROJECT GRADING CRITERIA

a Non-performance Basic Proficient Distinguished
Research scholarly literature related to a specific finance topic.
15%
Does not research scholarly literature on a specific finance topic. Research of scholarly literature on a specific finance topic considers some but not all relevant aspects of the topic and/or offers incorrect information. Researches scholarly literature related to a specific finance topic. Researches scholarly literature related to a specific finance topic and provides concise descriptions of these sources whenever appropriate.
Analyze concepts, theories, and scholarly perspectives related to a specific finance topic.
20%
Does not analyze concepts, theories, and scholarly perspectives related to a specific finance topic. Analysis of concepts, theories, and scholarly perspectives related to a specific finance topic covers some but not enough relevant scholarly perspectives and/or contains inaccuracies. Analyzes concepts, theories, and scholarly perspectives related to a specific finance topic. Analyzes concepts, theories, and scholarly perspectives related to a specific finance topic and demonstrates understanding of the larger scholarly conversation around it.
Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of research methodologies used by researchers in a specific finance topic.
20%
Does not evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of research methodologies used by researchers in a specific finance topic. Evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of research methodologies used by researchers in a specific finance topic is limited and/or contains inaccuracies. Evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of research methodologies used by researchers in a specific finance topic. Evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of research methodologies used by researchers in a specific finance topic and goes beyond this requirement to articulate some best methodologies for research in this context.
Identify and support the potential for specific topics for future research.
15%
Does not identify and support the potential for specific topics for future research. Identification and support of the potential for specific topics for future research is limited and/or contains inaccuracies. Identifies and supports the potential for specific topics for future research. Identifies and supports the potential for specific topics for future research and articulates rationale for recommending these research areas.
Assess the ethical considerations involved in the chosen research topic.
15%
Does not assess the ethical considerations involved in the chosen research topic. Assesses the ethical considerations involved in the chosen research topic, but assessment is limited and/or contains inaccuracies. Assesses the ethical considerations involved in the chosen research topic. Assesses the ethical considerations involved in the chosen research topic and goes beyond this requirement to identify own personal bias in making these assessments.
Written communication is concise, balanced, and logically organized, in addition to using proper grammar, punctuation, and mechanics.
15%
Written communication is not concise, balanced, and logically organized; does not use proper grammar, punctuation, and mechanics. Written communication has significant faults in concision, balance, logic, or organization, grammar, punctuation, or mechanics. Written communication is concise, balanced, and logically organized, in addition to using proper grammar, punctuation, and mechanics. Written communication is exceptionally concise, balanced, and logically organized, in addition to using proper grammar, punctuation, and mechanics.

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