Managerial Economics eBook for MBA

Economics can be broadly divided into two categories: microeconomics and macroeconomics. Macro economics studies the economic system in aggregate, while micro-economics studies the behaviour of an individual decision-making economic unit like a firm, a consumer, or an individual supplier of some factor of production.

Macro-economics relates to issues such as determination of national income, savings, investment, employment at aggregate levels, tax collection, government expenditure, foreign trade, money supply, price level, etc.


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