The study of micro and macro economics is indispensable as it is the main agent for formulation and successful execution of government economic policies. While macro economics function as a tool to analyze market mechanisms that establish relative prices amongst goods and services, microeconomics on the other hand, analyzes market failure where markets fail to produce efficient results. While these two studies of economics appear to be different, they are actually interdependent and complement one another. Both the micro and macro economic models and their forecasts are widely used by both governments and large corporations to assist in the development and evaluation of economic policy and business strategy.
The MME conference plans to achieve a synergetic discussion amongst researchers, academicians and students in topics relating to monetary policies, GDP, GNP, unemployment rates, and price indices to understand how the whole economy functions. The conference also aims to provide a basis for stimulating practical perspectives and new ideas for research and development in economic policies.
The Conference Proceedings (Print ISSN: 2251-2063, E-Periodical ISSN: 2251-2055) will be indexed by EBSCO, CrossRef, Proquest and will be submitted to Scopus, ScienceDirect, Cabell's Directories and amongst others,where applicable.
Depending on their importance, originality, quality, relevance and other editorial considerations, eligible research articles will be invited for publication in the International Journal on GSTF Business Review (GBR). ISSN: 2010-4804 which is indexed by EBSCO, CrossRef, Proquest and Cabell's Directories.
The top 2 to 3 papers will also be published in the International Journal of Economic Sciences and Applied Research (IJESAR) (Print ISSN: 1791-5120, Online ISSN: 1971-3373), which is indexed by EconLit, RePEc, CEEOL, DOAJ and SSRN.
Best Paper Awards and Best Student Paper Awards will be conferred at the conference (in order to qualify for the award, the paper must be presented at the conference).
- Demand pull inflation
- Cost pull inflation
- Gross National Product
- Gross Domestic Product
- Monetary policy
- Fiscal policy
- Income policy
- Macro economics variables & functional relationship
- Investment & Savings
- Supply of money as function of interest
- Economic Model
- Keynesian Models
- Partial Equilibrium Model
- Computable General Equilibrium Model
- Deduction Method
- Induction Method
- Macro economic & Micro economic Problems
- Market stability
- Expansion and Contraction Business Cycle
- Economic Growth
- Neoclassical model
- Dynamic stochastic general equilibrium DSGE Model
- Agent-based computational economics (ACE)
- Innovation Economics
- Game Theory & Applications
- Contract Theory & Applications
- Elasticity of products
- Markets under asymmetric information
- Modes of Operation
- Applied microeconomics
- Macro Theory of Distribution
- Theory of Prices
- Theory of Product Pricing
- Theory of Factor Pricing
- Theory of Economic Welfare
- International trade
- International Finance
- Marginal Analysis