Select one of your three topics (accounting for any concerns the instructor may have identified).
Form a group, if you would like. (I do not care whether you do this as an individual or in a group of at most three people.) I will normalize the quality of the paper by the group size, so if you work in a group of three, the paper had better be three times more valuable than if you work alone.
Before diving into your research, identify the concepts from this course that are likely to be relevant to the question your paper addresses. Consider which frameworks and concepts you can use to better understand the question you are posing.
Now do your preliminary research, gathering as much primary data as possible (actual sales, performance characteristics, market sizes, sizes of competitors, etc.).
Submit as plain text:
1. The question you will address.
2. The concepts you feel will be relevant to the question.
3. A list of the data/analyses you feel will likely inform the answer to the question.
4. The name(s) of the members of your group, if any.