Please note: An outstanding performance with very strong evidence of:
an insightful and comprehensive grasp of the subject matter;
a clear ability to make sound and original critical evaluation of the material;
outstanding capacity for original creative and/or logical thought;
an excellent ability to organize, to analyze, to synthesize, to integrate ideas, and to express thoughts in writing.
Below information’s are the few errors identified from the previous work.
1-The background section of the paper tends to wander from issue to issue and then back again.
2-The focus on the oil sands is puzzling as it doesn’t adequately connect to the rest of the paper. Further, the background section might have discussed briefly (perhaps in a table) the various Canadian commitments and/or promises to reduce CO2 (e.g. Kyoto commitment, the Liberal proposal for a carbon tax, the Harper government’s stance, etc.).
3-The discussion about the theory is interesting (and repetitive) but it is first year economics. Perhaps a table comparing the two alternatives (you didn’t really get into the regulatory approach).
4-What would be the effect on the Canadian economy, competitiveness among other countries, production, and employment
5-Incorporate the externality theory and other economic theories that explains the topic.
6-Strong arguments to back your points
7-Use practical data to make your points.