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Positive Economics is a stream of economics that focuses on the description, quantification, and explanation of the developments in economics, the expectations, and the associated phenomena. It heavily relies on objective data analysis, relevant facts, and associated figures.
Normative economics is what economists call as "what should have been" or "what ought to be" study. This stream of economics aims to determine people's desirability or lack thereof to various economic programs, situations and conditions by asking the questions: what should happen or ...
The history of positive economics can be traced back to the 19th century from the ideas of John Neville Keynes and John Stuart Mill, who were early economists.
Keynes believed that logic and methodology were imperative in the study of economics while Mill was an economist who blended econo...
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