You are required to develop a 1500-word critical analysis of contemporary threats and opportunities affecting enterprise and trade between Australia and the Asia-Pacific.
You may consider threats and opportunities within the Asia-Pacific as a whole, or focus on Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia, or the Pacific.
Word limit: 1500 words
References ARE NOT included in word limit
Criteria & Marking:
A critical analysis essay means you must have an argument and provide evidence to support that argument. Writing a critical essay does not simply mean ‘giving your opinion’; rather you must construct an argument based upon key sources that provide information on the threats and opportunities to enterprise and trade between Australia and the Asia-Pacific. You must then outline and explain the evidence that supports your case. You should consider counter evidence, but it must take the form of a rebuttal.
Your critical analysis should have an introduction, body and a conclusion. The body of your essay will present a number of paragraphs that support or contradict your argument. Remember you must explain why you disagree with contrary evidence.
All the source should be peer-reviewed, references should include doi, Journal number and edition number.
Australian spellings ex) Analyse, colour
** Preferred topic – Critical analysis of contemporary threats and opportunities affecting enterprise and trade between Australia and the South Korea.
Pages 5 Double spaced(1375 words)
Style and sources APA7, 12 sources
Bibliography / Reference page
Study level Bachelor
Assignment type Critical Writing
Subject Business and Economics