Microeconomics is the branch of economics that spotlights on the decisions made by individual decision-making units in the economy, regularly consumers, and firms, and the effects those decisions have on individual markets. Macroeconomics is the branch of economics that spotlights on the effect of decisions on the aggregate, or total, level of economic movement. Why do tickets to the best shows cost to such an extent? How does the danger of an unnatural weather change influence real domain costs in beach front zones? Why do ladies wind up doing the majority of the housework? Why do senior subjects get rebates on public travel frameworks? These inquiries are for the most part viewed as microeconomic in light of the fact that they concentrate on individual units or markets in the economy.