Microeconomic policy

This refers to the tools used by governments to stimulate or control specific parts of their economy.

Microeconomic policies address the behaviour of consumers or businesses and typically focus on specific industries, sectors, markets or communities. They typically take the form of incentives (such as local regeneration grants) or penalties.

Macroeconomic policies is a term normally found in financial management;

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