If you're not sure what micro and macro economics are, don't worry. I'll explain these terms in this article, so you will be more familiar with the topic. The words “micro”macro” are used in different ways. For example, microeconomics deals with individual decision-making on a local level, while macroeconomics deals with the state of the economy in relation to national or global averages. Here is what micro and macro economics are, in a nutshell.
Microeconomics deals with small, individual decisions, such as purchasing a car at a dealership. Microeconomics doesn't care whether that car goes up in value in the future, or whether it's worth it in the first place. Microeconomics isn't concerned about unemployment statistics and inflation. He just needs to make a decision based on what he feels is best for him, right now.
Then, macroeconomics deals with macro-level decisions. Macroeconomics also deals with national and global averages, but the difference is that it's all about the individual. For example, a macroeconomist might think that if a car dealership gives out cars at prices that are too cheap, they will have a bad reputation, and that they won't be able to make a profit anymore. But a microeconomist doesn't care about the reputation, because that car dealer is offering them a deal on price, so they are willing to accept it. It's not about what's best for the economy as a whole.
Micro-Macro economics also deals with international comparisons. In macroeconomics, a microeconomist can look at the economic performance of a country, or region, as a whole, and draw conclusions about the economic condition of that region.
Macro-Macro economics is completely different from micro. In macro-macro economics, the main concern is with the state of the economy in relation to other countries, and other regions. This includes things like how well a country's economy is doing with respect to its international trade deals, and how well it's doing economically in relation to the U.S. The main purpose of this type of economics is to make comparisons between countries, regions, countries, and regions.
So, those are the two main types of economics, so far as I know. Hope you enjoyed the article!