Commenting on Greg Mankiw's ten principles
, Craig Newmark
says "note that seven are micro and only three are macro." True only if you think all of international trade theory is micro. And all ten pre-date Keynes except for the last, which is the one some of us still find controversial. We all bow before totems
, after all.
Thus if a Micro-Econ is asked why the Micro do not intermarry with the Macro, he will answer: "They make a different modl," or "They do not know the Micro modl." (In this, moreover he would be perfectly correct, but then neither, of course, would he know the Macro modl.)