Microeconomics And Macroeconomics

Microeconomics is the study of small economic units such as individual consumers, families, and businesses. It is the study of the individual parts of the economy and how prices are determined and how prices in turn determine the production, distribution, and use of goods and services. Macroeconomics refers to the study of a country's overall economic issues. Although these two disciplines are often addressed separately, they are interrelated, as macroeconomic issues help shape the decisions that affect individuals, families, and businesses.

Another area of economics focuses on the global impact of emerging markets. The financial markets of developing economies in Asia such as China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand are among the most important. In Latin America, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela are also demonstrating large amounts of economic/financial activity. Africa has five countries considered emerging markets in the international arena: Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa. In Europe, the Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Russia, and Turkey are all markets that are striving toward the financial stability of the European Union (EU).

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