Positive versus normative economics, Microeconomics

Positive versus Normative Economics

Positive Economics

Positive economics considers with the predictions or observations of the particulars of economic life. For instance:

What will be the impact of rise in wages on the price or cost of a product?

Normative Economics

Normative Economics is the value decisions about how economics must work, based on some moral theories or preferences or choices?” For instance:

What wage rate must be given to the auto workers to make them an active

Part or member of the society?

 

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