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Manageral economics

Managerial economics is a study of application of managerial skills in economics,more over it help to find problems or obstacles in the business and provide solution for those problems.problems may be relating to costs,prices,forecasting the future market,human resource management,profits etc. Managerial economics is a study of application of managerial skills in economics,more over it help to find problems or obstacles in the business and provide solution for those problems.problems may be relating to costs,prices,forecasting the future market,human resource management,profits etc. Managerial economics (also called business economics), is a branch of economics that applies microeconomic analysis to specific business decisions. As such, it bridges economic theory and economics in practice. It draws heavily from quantitative techniques such as regression analysis and correlation, Lagrangian calculus (linear). If there is a unifying theme that runs through most of managerial economics it is the attempt to optimize business decisions given the firm's objectives and given constraints imposed by scarcity, for example through the use of operations research and programming. Nature of Managerial Economics: Following points constitute nature of managerial economics 1. Micro Economics 2. Theory of the firm 3. Managerial Economics is Pragmatic (practical in outlook) 4. Managerial economics is normative 5. Using inputs from Macroeconomics 6. It is concerned with Normative Economics Scope of managerial economics: Operational issues 1. Resource Allocation 2. Demand Analysis and Forecasting 3. Cost and Production Analysis 4. Pricing Decisions, Policies and Practices 5. Profit Management 6. Capital Management 7. Strategic Planning Environmental or external issues · Economic Environment: · Social environment · Political Environment · Technological Environment · International environment