• plural noun a study of the economics of a whole area, a whole industry, a whole group of the population or a whole country, in order to help in economic planning.

Health Economics

  • (written as Macroeconomics)
    The study of aggregate entities in the economy, like money supply, income, exports or unemployment, interest rates, inflation, business cycles, and the links between them. For an empirical study including health effects, see R.D.