microeconomic microeconomic  /ˌmaɪ kroʊ ˌɛ kə ˈnɑ mɪk/


  • (adj) of or relating to microeconomics


  1. In a microeconomic sense, that was also the case recently on Moscow's busy Old Arbat, where currency-exchange dealer Ilya was inspecting what appeared to be a legitimate $100 note.
  2. Over time, so-called microeconomic reforms can improve the nation's supply side.
  3. That's the microeconomic way of looking at it.


  • Switzerland Tops A List Of The World's Strongest Economies Of 2012-2013 According To The World Economic Forum

    Despite continued economic woes, European economies are still the most dominant in the world, according to the Global Competiveness Index 2012-2013 produced by the World Economic Forum. The list is based upon 12 pillars, including institutions, infrastructure, microeconomic environment, health and primary education, higher education and training, goods market efficiency, labor market efficiency ...
    on September 16, 2013     Source: International Business Times


  1. "Economic policy, especially at the microeconomic level, needs to set priorities that reflect the most important constraints to competitiveness in each country. The GCR enables countries to move beyond abstract theoretical policy debates and...
    on Oct 31, 2007 By: Michael Porter Source: Al-Bawaba

  2. GM Europe President Carl-Peter Forster said in the statement that "the microeconomic conditions today allow no alternative to this production shift to Zaragoza."
    on Jul 11, 2006 By: Carl-Peter Forster Source: IndustryWeek

  3. "It should be a national priority," Mr Conroy told a Media Leader Forum in Sydney. "The switch to digital broadcasting is actually about microeconomic reform, it is about the best way to make use of the new technology. Australian practices...
    on Feb 22, 2006 By: Stephen Conroy Source: The Age

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