Theoretical economics is a branch of economics that focuses on the development of abstract models and theories to explain and predict economic behavior and outcomes. It involves the use of mathematical and statistical methods to analyze and test economic concepts and relationships. Theoretical economics is concerned with developing general principles and frameworks to understand how individuals, firms, and markets interact, and how these interactions lead to macroeconomic outcomes such as economic growth, inflation, and unemployment. Theoretical economists aim to build models that can be used to analyze and make predictions about the economy, and to provide a basis for more empirical and applied research in economics. The theories and models developed in theoretical economics are essential for informing policy decisions and for understanding the underlying mechanisms that drive economic behavior and outcomes.
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