Collectively, these technostructures and the corporations that they manage provide the private decentralized planning of the microeconomy
which supplements the public centralized planning of the macroeconomy.
That is, we conceptualize the family as a microeconomy
, micropolity, and microsociety and consider asymmetries along various dimensions: the relative position of wives and husbands in their resources, their voice in family decisions, and the respect they accord each other.
In China, all of this has led to the development of a thriving microeconomy
that simply didn't exist previously.
The study of repertoire, a subject central to Victorian theatre historiography, corresponds with inquiries about the schedule of (re)investment, the cycles of prosperity within a company and beyond in the microeconomy
of a community willing to support it, and the fluctuating effects (seasonal and longer) on the employment available to women, men, and children.
In an attempt to determine the impact of marijuana use on worker productivity, Kagel, Battalio, and Miles (1980) created an experimental microeconomy
within which volunteers worked and lived.
was viewed as consistently (or at least tolerably) competitive and, therefore, efficient, in the absence of excessive government intervention.
The program uses fun, experiential learning and a simulated microeconomy
to teach K through 12 students how to make wise money decisions.
In the process of moving from chaos to market socialism, building a microeconomy