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Microeconomics is the branch of economics that studies the behavior of individual economic agents, such as households, firms, and markets. Microeconomics focuses on the decision-making processes of these agents and the interactions between them, and examines how they respond to changes in prices, incomes, and other economic variables. Continue Reading Below

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