Observe a phenomenon in the world that may seem quizzical, paradoxical, or just plain weird and explain it using economic theory, economic naturalist
You are not expected to do voluminous research in support of your argument, although a relevant theory should be examined. It makes no difference whether your topic is ‘important’, but try, as best you can, to choose something interesting! A really successful presentation is one that begins with a really interesting question
Some example of economic naturalist questions include:
Why do brides spend so much money on wedding dresses, while grooms often rent cheap tuxedos, even though grooms could potentially wear their tuxedos on many other occasions and brides will never wear their dresses again?