• Macro means large and micro means very small. Macroeconomics means money movement over a very large area like a city or country and microeconomics involves individual money decisions.
  • Macroeconomics is government and national strategy or polices. Whereas you have microeconomics which is about individuals and firms and their decisions on scarce resource. Despite the similarity in name, both are entirely different disciplines. Like trying to compare a "heart surgeon" with a "neurologist". Both may be doctors, but that is all they have in common in their educations and purviews.

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