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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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The conference will give partners and friends of Tunisia a description of what will be the Tunisian economic development model as well as a micro-economic view of promising sectors in the coming years, said Mr.
It is the largest single opportunity for micro-economic reform in the economy," the report argues.
we are watching the micro-economic ratios," he said.
As such, macro-economic models are notoriously unreliable and they are often undermined by the micro-economic side which simply follows existential realities, regardless of the macro-economic expectations of the policymakers.
However, despite what the commentators may say, this definitely isn't the case for everyone, and the macro-economic picture really isn't reflected in its micro-economic equivalent in our region.
However, they are concerned about government micro-economic policies, stating that they believe the government is not doing enough to create an environment that encourages long-term success.
Identifying the need for special focus on the development and prosperity of the people in bordering areas, the two leaders agreed to cooperate to bring about overall socio-economic development in the border areas by undertaking both infrastructure development and micro-economic projects, including upgradation of roads and construction of schools, health centres, bridges, agriculture and related training activities in the area in accordance with the MoU on India-Myanmar Border Area Development that was signed during the visit.
There are, of course, both macro-economic reasons and micro-economic reasons.
Just as the checkout is a micro-economic model of the store, so, too, is it a micro-economic model of leadership in the corporate culture.
Global sentiment is driving the local bourses and investors are not paying attention to micro-economic issues," Arabi said.
The four projects to be supported are:Exporting activity and productivity in Wales: a micro-economic analysis, led by Dr Catherine Robinson, Swansea University; * Past, present, and future: the comparative performance and sustainability of high-growth firms in Wales, led by Dr Pornsawan Evans, Swansea University, and also involving Swansea Metropolitan University and the University of Leeds; * Unlocking the potential of the Welsh Local Labour Force Survey: an investigation into labour market transitions in Wales, led by Dr Melanie Jones, Swansea University, and also involving Cardiff University; * What makes a successful entrepreneur in Wales?

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