Commentary, Res J Econ Vol: 5 Issue: 2
Impacts of Business Economics
Business economics assesses certain factors impacting corporations—business organization, management, expansion, and using strategy theory and quantitative methods. Within the broadest sense, economics refers to the study of the components and functions of a specific marketplace or economy—such as supply and demand—and the impact of the concept of scarcity. Managerial economics may be a field of study within business economics that focuses on the microeconomic factors that influence the decision-making processes with a corporation. Business economics is, thus, an applied economics. Economics is that the study of citizenry (e.g., consumers, firms) in producing and consuming goods and services within the midst of scarcity of resources. Business managers apply economic laws and principles while presenting business problems and their ways of solutions. it's an application of that a part of microeconomics that specialize in those topics which are of great interest and importance to business managers.