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microeconomics

the branch of economics concerned with particular commodities, firms, or individuals and the economic relationships between them
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This note attempts to fill the aforementioned gap, helping graduate economics students easily understand and readily remember theoretical concepts in advanced microeconomics.
According to Minister Stavreski, these are microeconomic reforms that envisage modifications to the securities law which would stipulate mandatory listing of joint stock companies meeting certain criteria over a period of five years.
In carrying out its monetary policy and financial stability functions, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand looks at a wide variety of data, encompassing microeconomic and macroeconomic sources.
The second story agrees with the first regarding the 1990s, but interprets the subsequent decline in productivity growth as the result of a failure to pursue microeconomic reform with sufficient vigour.
I'm as concerned as you about the macro and microeconomic effects of employment levels at GM and Ford and any/all other U.
The study, the only one in the world that looks at productivity at a microeconomic level, shows that 87 out of the 235 days that UK workers spend at work are unproductive.
1992): Microeconomic Theory and Applications (4th edition) New York, Harper Collins
The climate for private sector consumption in Saudi Arabia is improving from a macroeconomic as well as a microeconomic perspective.
Company scores, meanwhile, give more of a microeconomic view of customer satisfaction.
He went on to say, "Addressing microeconomic challenges arising from credit delinquencies and labor-management conflict as well as structural obstacles is equally important.
Tassey's report summarizes methodology lessons learned from approximately 40 retrospective and prospective microeconomic studies conducted by NIST over the past 10 years.
Starting 25 years ago, with generous funding from conservative foundations, the law and economics movement successfully introduced microeconomic theory and the logic of markets to legal scholarship and education.