– The impact of Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) on unemployment rate in Canada

·      Motivation-150 words
1.     States the CERB program
2.     States the benefit program may increase the unemployment rate. People have less incentive to go to work
·      Literature review-4 papers (300 words)
To answer the following point: Main research question, setting, and key findings
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