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Some Observations & Comments:
- Pretty good overall. Congratulations!
- Don’t forget to add proper title to the name of your faculty advisor.
- Properly handle English punctuation marks and leading/subsequent spaces. E.g., there should be a space between an English word and subsequent left bracket, as in: Porter (1992) or Porter (波特).
- Time management still an issue.
- No laundry list when time is short.
- Don’t be shy. Highlight your main findings/contributions/arguments.
- At least you should know the field (prior research) well, even if your thesis has nothing worth highlighting.
- Don’t forget you’re the expert in the room.
- A Challenge: can you present just as well in English?
- Final reminder: you don’t have to do this if you are not ready to graduate yet.
- Christine Jolls, Cass R. Sunstein & Richard Thaler, A Behavioral Approach to Law and Economics, in Behavioral Law and Economics (Cass R. Sunstein ed., 2000).
- Margaret Jane Radin, The Colin Ruagh Thomas O’fallon Memorial Lecture on Reconsidering Personhood, 74 Or. L. Rev. 423 (1995).
- Articles in Behavioral Law and Economics (Cass R. Sunstein, Ed., 2000).