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Topics in H2 Economics are neatly divided into two components, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics. These two components are very different in style, with people often saying that Microeconomic is more “rigid” and Macroeconomics more “flowy”. As a whole, Microeconomic questions tend to centre around the rigorous application of specific models and frameworks while Macroeconomics tends to allow for more flexibility around a central framework surrounding the “Macroeconomic Goals”.