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15 Economics-related academically-written articles required

I require 15 articles to be written. Each article should be 500-600 words. Your article should be semi academic semi practical so that it will be interesting reading to wide audiences including students. You must use Harvard system of referencing ([url removed, login to view]). You must not include any footnotes, diagrams of graphs. Articles should be plagiarism-free. Copyright for the articles will belong to us.

In each article you will need to use relevant keywords to present keyword-rich content (min 3%). You should also create attractive keyword-rich title. I require Native English writers only. Good quality of the articles is the must. Articles with grammatical errors, misspellings, or weird usage of words will not be accepted.

Article topics

Market System: Price, Demand and Supply

Market Power: Monopoly and Oligopoly

Government Intervention and Market System

Macroeconomics

Interest rates and Monetary Policy

Labour Market and Unemployment

Fiscal Policy, Budget Deficits and Government Debt

International Trade

Capital Flows and FDI

Exchange Rates

Euro and European Union

Urbanisation

Environmental Economics

Economies of Transition

Developing Countries

Your bid should include your sample of ACADEMIC writing (preferably economics-related).

Payment via GAF escrow

Bid ONLY if you can meet ALL OF MY REQUIREMENTS.

Happy Bidding

Skills: Copywriting

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About the Employer:
( 27 reviews ) Canterbury, United Kingdom

Project ID: #185201