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Microeconomics is a study of economics in the field of social sciences that studies the influence of individual’s and business’ behaviour, and how these decisions are made to impact the consumption and supply of limited resources. Basically, microeconomics is the branch of economics which studies the problems of an economy and the behaviour of various elements of the economy.

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