Definition of Microeconomics

1. Noun. The branch of economics that studies the economy of consumers or households or individual firms.

Generic synonyms: Economic Science, Economics, Political Economy
Derivative terms: Microeconomist



Definition of Microeconomics

1. Noun. That field of economics that deals with the small-scale economic activities such as that of the individual or company. ¹

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Definition of Microeconomics

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Literary usage of Microeconomics

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1. Agricultural Trade and Poverty: Making Policy Analysis Count edited by Jonathan Brooks (2003)
"... THE microeconomics OF GLOBALISATION: EVIDENCE FROM CHINA AND MEXICO J. Edward Taylor Abstract Economic research on globalisation focuses on nations or ..."

2. Isolation and Aggregation in Economics by Ekkehart Schlicht (1985)
"1.3.8 microeconomics and Aggregation The aggregation problem is most conspicuously present in macroeconomics and will be discussed in that respect in this ..."

3. Useful Knowledge: The American Philosophical Society Millennium Program by Alexander G. Bearn, American Philosophical Society (1999)
"The theoretical basis of macroeconomics is, admittedly, far less elegant than that of microeconomics. But, at least traditionally, macroeconomics has ..."

4. Project Impact edited by Ann McNeal (1998)
"Several publishers have expressed keen interest in a microeconomics textbook, accompanied by laboratory exercises. ADDITIONAL PRODUCTS OF PROJECT: For a ..."

5. The Essence of Stigler by George Joseph Stigler, Kurt R. Leube, Thomas Gale Moore (1986)
"Two moder n examples from microeconomics will illustrate the proposition that economists seldom choose between directly rival theories on the basis of ..."

6. The OECD Report on Regulatory Reform by Joanna R. Shelton (1997)
"... "Efficiency in Manufacturing and the Need for Global Competition", Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, microeconomics. ..."

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