Imagine that you are writing a report for a boss who is very busy and needs you to get right to the point. The format of the written report is:
Section 1: a three-page executive summary (double-spaced, one-inch margins, 11 point or greater font),
Section 2: a description of your strategies (it must be more detailed than the one-cell Excel descriptions),
Section 3: Results Summary Tables for each problem set, including rows55 and 56 where you have entered your results and explanation for each problem set and including columns C through E which contain the row labels (copy from Excel and paste special | picture | enhanced metafile to Word), and
Optional Appendix: Any additional tables and graphs that are useful to analyze your results.
The three-page executive summary should not explain the overall motivation and simulation setup, which is already known. Instead, skip directly to telling me what you learned. Specifically, it should:
Briefly discuss your strategy development process.
Discuss the most important results (how a change in one or two input variables causes a change in optimal dealer strategy # and description) and the explanations (why the change in optimal strategy) from the simulation. Optionally, discuss any additional analysis you have done of your results
Explain the big picture of how all of the results and explanations fit together. Explain a short list of general principles that characterize optimal dealer strategy.
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