Nanoeconomics

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Nanoeconomics is defined as the economic theory of single transactions. The term was proposed by Kenneth J. Arrow in 1987.[1] The term has also been used to describe a level of analysis below traditional microeconomics,[2][3][4] and to describe the economics of nanotechnology.[5][6]

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