Select a country of your choice. Then, formulate research questions related to international monetary systems and utilize existing literature to determine if these questions can be answered. Prepare a final scholarly paper that includes an abstract, an introduction, literature review, analysis, and a conclusion. The sections of the paper are as follows:

Introduction: Explain why the selected country is worth exploring and provide brief background information with the proposed research questions to be reviewed.
Literature review: Summarize and synthesize how existing literature has responded to the research questions you have proposed. Include a minimum of 10 scholarly articles.
Analysis: Examine current and future trends, performance, and economic relations of the selected country. Present the collected data to address the research questions you have listed.
Conclusion: Summarize and synthesize how the literature and data responded to the proposed research questions. Then, address the weaknesses of present methodologies and recommend improvements based on your findings.
Length: 10 pages, not including title and reference pages
***Due October 13, 2017
Your paper should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards.

The following rubric applies to the grading of this Signature Assignment. Grading Rubric Criteria Content (21 points)
Points 1 Introduction: Explained why the selected country is worth exploring, and provided brief background information with the proposed research questions to be reviewed. 4
2 Literature Review: Summarized and synthesized how existing literature has responded to the research questions the student proposed. 4
3 Analysis: Examined current and future trends, performance, and economic relations of the selected country. Presented the collected data to address the listed research questions. 5
4 Conclusion: Summarized and synthesized how the literature and data responded to the proposed research questions. Addressed the weaknesses of present methodologies and recommended improvements based on the findings.
5 Information Literacy: Include at least 10 scholarly sources. 4

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