Describe economic perspective

The economic perspective refer as: 1) macroeconomic phenomena, but not microeconomic phenomena. 2) microeconomic phenomena, but not macroeconomic phenomena. 3) the making of purposeful decisions in a context of marginal costs and marginal benefits. 4) unlimited resources in a context of limited economic wants.

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