Objective: Write a dissertation proposal on a unique and specific topic related

Objective:
Write a dissertation proposal on a unique and specific
topic related

Objective:
Write a dissertation proposal on a unique and specific
topic related to Initial Public Offerings (IPOs).
Requirements:
1. Unique and Specific Topic on IPOs:
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Ensure the IPO topic is unique and specific.
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Avoid common and extensively studied areas,
especially those focused on the US market.
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Investigate new angles or gaps in the existing
literature by reading recent academic papers.
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Identify underexplored variables or emerging
trends in IPO research.
2. Literature Review:
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Conduct a literature review and summarize five
academic papers relevant to and contributing to the dissertation topic.
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Each summary should highlight the research
question, methodology, findings, and how it relates to the proposed
dissertation.
3. Proposal Structure:
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Abstract: No more than 300 words summarizing the
key aspects of the proposal.
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Introduction: Introduce the topic, its
significance, and the rationale for choosing a unique angle.
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Methodology: Describe the input variables, the
formula, and the methods for collecting data.
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Ensure that the methodology is clear, detailed,
and feasible.
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Hypothesis: State the research hypothesis
clearly.
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Literature Review: Provide a detailed literature
review based on the five summarized academic papers.
4. Data Provision:
– Ensure the
dissertation topic has substantial input data available.
– Provide the data
in an Excel file, clearly organized and ready for analysis.
Steps for the
Writer:
1. Topic Exploration:
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Conduct preliminary research on IPOs to identify
potential gaps and unique angles.
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Review recent academic papers, focusing on areas
less explored or new variables affecting IPOs.
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Propose a specific, novel topic for the
dissertation.
2. Literature Review Summaries:
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Select five relevant academic papers that align
with the proposed topic.
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Summarize each paper, highlighting the research
question, methodology, findings, and relevance to the dissertation topic.
3. Drafting the Proposal:
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Abstract: Write a concise summary of the
proposal, ensuring it does not exceed 300 words.
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Introduction: Introduce the topic and its
significance, providing context and rationale for the chosen angle.
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Methodology: Detail the input variables,
formulas, and data collection methods.
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Hypothesis: Clearly state the research
hypothesis.
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Literature Review: Write a comprehensive review
based on the five selected papers.
4. Data Compilation:
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Identify and gather relevant data for the
proposed topic.
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Organize the data in an Excel file, ensuring it
is comprehensive and well-structured.
5. Submission:
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Provide the completed dissertation proposal,
including all required sections.
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Submit the Excel file containing the data.