Metodologi ekonomi

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Metodologi ekonomi adalah ilmu yang mempelajari metode, umumnya metode ilmiah, yang berhubungan dengan ekonomi, termasuk prinsip tentang pertimbangan ekonomi.[1] Istilah 'metodologi' juga umum meskipun salah dan digunakan sebagai sinonim dari 'metode'.

Masalah-masalah metodologi yang dibahas, termasuk kesamaan dan kemiripan dengan ilmu alam dan ilmu sosial lain, yaitu:

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