The emergence of managerial economics as a separate course of management studies can be attributed to at least three factors:
1. Growing complexity of business designs making process due to changing market conditions and business environment
2. Consequent upon, the increasing use of economic logic, concepts, theories and tools of economic analysis in the process of business design making, and
3. Rapid increase in demand for professionally trained managerial manpower. Let us have a glance at how these factors have contributed to the creation of managerial economics as a separate branch of study.