Economics is a subject that has fascinated as many people as it has confused. To be able to properly understand economics is to understand how the world turns and how money passes from nation to nation. Yet, even if you properly understand economics that isn’t the same thing as being able to write about it. Both writing and economics are powerful crafts in their own rights and when combined can result in electric and powerful writing. Therefore, understanding how to write an interesting and engaging series of economics articles can be as difficult but also as rewarding as knowing how to use either subject individually. However, if you understand how economics works and can talk about it but have problems comprehending exactly how to write down what you mean then how can you possibly write an article about it? This piece hopes to answer your questions and deconstruct all the elements that are needed to ensure you can write a good and compelling article. It may take you time and practise but once you have mastered the skills set out in this piece then you will be sure to be able to write whatever you want about economics.
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When writing a piece on economics or any type of article, it is vital that you ensure you have an engaging and interesting opening. If you lack an engaging opening, then the reader will be less inclined to carry on reading the piece and, therefore, may not complete reading it. Your job, as a writer, is to ensure that they do keep on reading the piece and that they want to know more about it. Regardless of the subject, a writer’s job is to make their reader interested in what they are writing about and there are several ways to do this. For example, if you are writing for an academic publication then your introduction would be something like this:
“The discourse of economics is a subject which has fascinated generations of thinkers. The worth of money or whether money is worth anything at all has puzzled philosophers for decades and resulted in bitter arguments on the meaning of human life and whether capital can even be equated to it. This article will discuss the plethora of economic theories and discuss whether they truly have any bearing on human existence or whether the concept of money is an anathema to a fruitful life.”
The above example demonstrates how to write an engaging academic opening to an article about economics. However, if you are writing something that is for a broader market and not simply for the consumption of university lobbies then your style of opening will have to be different and will be based on what particular type of publication or website you are writing for. For instance, you could write another opening more like this:
“Are you bored out of your tree by economics? Do you want to learn about money but not be bogged down in too many long and dull lectures on the subject? This this article is for you. Rather than bore you with a list of statistics we’ll give you the low down on all the key elements of market theories, how they affect you and how you can transform yourself from an ordinary person into an economics genius! So, strap in to read all about it.”
As you should be able to discern, the above example is markedly different from the previous one. The use of colloquial speech patterns, rhetorical questions and exclamation marks ensures that this type of opening is just as engaging as the previous one but in a different way and aimed at a different market. Of course, these types of opening are genre specific – you may want to make your opening much more accessible to any type of reader. If this is the case then you must make sure to introduce your topic quickly and effectively, present some of the content the reader can expect to find in the article and end on a note that draws the reader further into the piece and ensures that they will keep reading it.
The next key stage to writing your piece is to structure your main points and to consider how best to accommodate them into your article. The way that you will introduce and expand upon your points will vary between the different types of article you will want to write and therefore reflect the particular style you want to present.
Once you have written the main chunk of your article, it is important to think about a fitting conclusion for your piece. When writing an article, the conclusion is as important as the opening as it is the last chance you will get to convince your readers that your point of view is right and that your article is something they will remember and be able to recommend to friends. Your conclusion must not only be able to refer back to the strongest points in your article but also to be able to sum up the article as a whole and to allow it to properly flourish as a memorable and interesting note. You can also try to end on a provocative or interesting thought or question that will keep your article in the readers mind for a long while after they have read it.
Once you have come up with your brilliant opening, written your main points out in the way you want to and ended with a stunning conclusion, it is time to edit your piece to make sure that it is as engaging and interesting as it can possibly be. By editing your piece, you are ensuring that it lives up to the high standards that you want it to and that it does not lack the perfect amount of punch that it must have if it is to engage your reader. It also allows you to ensure that you don’t have any spelling or grammatical mistakes in it.
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