As the organization grows, it becomes increasingly important for these organizations to understand the economic factors such as allocation of resources, economic growth, the general price level, controlling business cycles, and international trade. These could include the disposable income levels of the customer base, the cost of transportation, or even loan interest rates. This wide array of factors divided into micro and macroeconomics. Shingetsu research analyzes these variables for interpretation.
The terms macro and microeconomics are different categories of economics, such as microeconomics is the study of individuals and business decisions. At the same time, macroeconomics looks at the decisions of countries and governments. Our analyst help in finding out macroeconomic factors are particularly crucial for multinational companies. We help in the understanding determination of income and employment, economic, business cycle, and international for macroeconomics. For microeconomics, we study the demand of an individual consumer for good and derive the market demand for a good and analyses the behavior of individual firms the fixation of price output.