Impact of ethical and non-ethical judgement in accounting for management earning

Impact of ethical and non-ethical judgement in accounting for management earnings ( Order ID: #252306 )
Comment:
Please ask the writer to give me the topic he chooses for the “research proposal” which is finance or busines related.

Please tell him to follow the guidelines I send very carefully with the marks weights.

Guidance for undertaking and completing the Task.
You are advised to ensure that it addresses each of those sub-headings. Your research proposal should include:
1. (Carries 40% of the marks available for this Coursework) An introduction setting out an account of the background to and rationale for the research proposal. This introduction should:
a) Explain the nature of your research topic, expressing your research topic in the form of a problem which needs solving, a question that needs answering or something which you find exciting and has aroused your curiosity.
b) Draw on relevant literature to show why your study is important, and
c) Articulates the relevance and significance of existing research literature in the field. Within this section as an introduction to point b) you should ensure that you explain the nature and purpose of a literature review in the context of its contribution to the development of your research proposal.

2. (Carries 5% of the marks available for this Coursework) Statement(s) of your research aims and objectives, and associated hypotheses or questions. The statement(s) should leave the person reading and assessing your research proposal in no doubt as to precisely what it is your research seeks to achieve. The statement(s) should be informed by your considerations in 1 immediately above.

3. (Carries 20% of the marks available for this Coursework) The selection of a methodological approach, supported by discussion and justification of your approach selected with reference to the research methods literature.

4. (Carries 30% of the marks available for this Coursework) Selection of an appropriate research design, with an accompanying description, supported by a justification of that research design. In so doing you should consider:
a) the case(s) and/or setting(s) and/or population(s) that will be the focus for data collection;
b) the nature of the data – primary and/or secondary – you will be collecting;
c) how you will, if necessary, negotiate access to data from institutions and/or organisations and/or individuals;
d) your sampling strategy;
e) methods you will use to collect and analyse your data.
f) a timeline for execution the actual research project
g) a commentary of the resources implications for the execution of the actual research project.
5. (Carries 5% of the marks available for this Coursework) A consideration of any ethical issues that might arise in the course of the research and how you will address them.
6. A relevant referencelist.

Any choice but finance related:
Requirements:
Construct a research proposal which captures and articulates a research design for your chosen area of interest. This task comprises a number of components.
Guidance for undertaking and completing the Task
It must address each of those sub-headings. Your research proposal should include:
1. (Carries 40% of the marks available for this Coursework)
An introduction setting out an account of the background to and rationale for the research proposal. This introduction should:

a) Explain the nature of your research topic, expressing your research topic in the form of a problem which needs solving, a question that needs answering or something which you find exciting and has aroused your curiosity. You should also, where appropriate, provide a brief description of the organisational background and state why your research is worth the effort from an organisational perspective.

b) Draw on relevant literature to show why your study is important, and

c) Articulates the relevance and significance of existing research literature in the field. Within this section as an introduction to point
d) you should ensure that you explain the nature and purpose of a literature review in the context of its contribution to the development of your research proposal.

2. (Carries 5% of the marks available for this Coursework)
Statement(s) of your research aims and objectives, and associated hypotheses or questions. The statement(s) should leave the person reading and assessing your research proposal in no doubt as to precisely what it is your research seeks to achieve. The statement(s) should be informed by your considerations in 1 immediately above.

3. (Carries 20% of the marks available for this Coursework)
The selection of a methodological approach, supported by discussion and justification of your approach selected with reference to the research methods literature.

4. (Carries 30% of the marks available for this Coursework)
Selection of an appropriate research design, with an accompanying description, supported by a justification of that research design. In so doing you should consider:
a) the case(s) and/or setting(s) and/or population(s) that will be the focus for data collection; b) the nature of the data – primary and/or secondary – you will be collecting;
c) how you will, if necessary, negotiate access to data from institutions and/or organisations and/or individuals;
d) your sampling strategy;
e) methods you will use to collect and analyse your data.
f) a timeline for execution the actual research project
g) a commentary of the resources implications for the execution of the actual research project.
5. (Carries 5% of the marks available for this Coursework)
A consideration of any ethical issues that might arise in the course of the research and how you will address them.

6. A relevant reference list. This should link to any references drawn upon in points 1 through to 5 immediately above. (There are no specific marks available for this list but it must link to references drawn upon in your considerations. The marking scheme relating to points 1 through to 5 includes marks for identification and appropriate consideration of relevant and appropriate references. That said, where a relevant reference list is not provided marks will be reduced by 10 percentage points i.e. 10 marks.)

There is no formal guidance relating to the word count for individual sections of your proposal. Any one proposal may vary from another. You must decide how to allocate the 3,500 words yourself.
Any choice but finance related:
Maybe : Impact of ethical and non-ethical judgement in accounting for management earnings.
Requirements:
Construct a research proposal which captures and articulates a research design for your chosen area of interest. This task comprises a number of components.
Guidance for undertaking and completing the Task
It must address each of those sub-headings. Your research proposal should include:
1. (Carries 40% of the marks available for this Coursework)
An introduction setting out an account of the background to and rationale for the research proposal. This introduction should:

a) Explain the nature of your research topic, expressing your research topic in the form of a problem which needs solving, a question that needs answering or something which you find exciting and has aroused your curiosity. You should also, where appropriate, provide a brief description of the organisational background and state why your research is worth the effort from an organisational perspective.

b) Draw on relevant literature to show why your study is important, and

c) Articulates the relevance and significance of existing research literature in the field. Within this section as an introduction to point
d) you should ensure that you explain the nature and purpose of a literature review in the context of its contribution to the development of your research proposal.

2. (Carries 5% of the marks available for this Coursework)
Statement(s) of your research aims and objectives, and associated hypotheses or questions. The statement(s) should leave the person reading and assessing your research proposal in no doubt as to precisely what it is your research seeks to achieve. The statement(s) should be informed by your considerations in 1 immediately above.

3. (Carries 20% of the marks available for this Coursework)
The selection of a methodological approach, supported by discussion and justification of your approach selected with reference to the research methods literature.

4. (Carries 30% of the marks available for this Coursework)
Selection of an appropriate research design, with an accompanying description, supported by a justification of that research design. In so doing you should consider:
a) the case(s) and/or setting(s) and/or population(s) that will be the focus for data collection; b) the nature of the data – primary and/or secondary – you will be collecting;
c) how you will, if necessary, negotiate access to data from institutions and/or organisations and/or individuals;
d) your sampling strategy;
e) methods you will use to collect and analyse your data.
f) a timeline for execution the actual research project
g) a commentary of the resources implications for the execution of the actual research project.
5. (Carries 5% of the marks available for this Coursework)
A consideration of any ethical issues that might arise in the course of the research and how you will address them.

6. A relevant reference list. This should link to any references drawn upon in points 1 through to 5 immediately above. (There are no specific marks available for this list but it must link to references drawn upon in your considerations. The marking scheme relating to points 1 through to 5 includes marks for identification and appropriate consideration of relevant and appropriate references. That said, where a relevant reference list is not provided marks will be reduced by 10 percentage points i.e. 10 marks.)

There is no formal guidance relating to the word count for individual sections of your proposal. Any one proposal may vary from another. You must decide how to allocate the 3,500 words yourself.

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