Information Economics Question

No plagarism.
2.Follow the format from the link to sample research paper mentioned below.
3.APA format references needed.
Research Paper Progress document structure
Title Page
{The very first page of your document should contain your research topic title, Your name, department, institution, degree program, and submission date, Student number, instructor name, and the university logo. Check out the sample research papers at apastyle.org https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/paper-format/sample-papers }
Table of Contents
{TOC should list all of your headings and subheadings and their page numbers. All parts of your research should be included in the TOC. Use heading styles to create and maintain TOC automatically in word.}
List of figures and tables
{list out all the tables and figures used for your research paper. It would be best if you itemized them in a numbered list.}
List of abbreviations
{Include your alphabetized list of abbreviations that are used in your research paper.}
Introduction
{Here, you have to establish your “WHY” research topic, giving necessary background information to contextualize your group/team efforts. Discuss the state of existing research on the topic selected after reviewing the selected peer-reviewed journals. Clearly state your research questions and objectives, i.e., “What.” Give an overview of your research structure.
The introduction should be clear, engaging, and relevant to your research. By the end, I/reader should understand the WHAT, WHY, and HOW of your research.}
Literature Review
{This is where you will get a thorough understanding of the academic work that already exists on your select topic for research. Collecting sources (books and peer-reviewed journal articles) and selecting the most relevant ones, critically evaluating and analyzing each source, and drawing connections between them (e.g., themes, patterns, gaps} to make an overall point.
The literature review often becomes the basis for a theoretical framework, in which you define and analyze the key theories, concepts, and models that frame your research.}
Methodology
{How you conducted your research, allowing me/the reader to assess its validity.
The overall approach and type of research (e.g., qualitative, quantitative, experimental}