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How does Japan's Endowment of resources affect comparative advantage?0kl2012-11-02 23:54:44
How does this affect production and international trade?
Comparative advantage?0Lojyn2012-07-30 23:44:55
How is that trade remains favorable , although the productivity of a country of all goods is higher than the other?
Microeconomics Comparative Advantage?0Kagura2012-10-27 13:40:12
You choose to do this task if the marginal benefit of doing so exceeds : MedlinePlus one . opportunity cost . MedlinePlus b. total cost . MedlinePlus c. price / cost in dollars . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus If a country produces skateboards and headphones, given the improvement of the technology used to produce the headphones , over two skateboards and hearing aids can be produced. This is because the PPF moves in the direction of : one . headphones. MedlinePlus b. skateboards. MedlinePlus c. both of the above. d. any of the above. MedlinePlus . _____ 3) The opportunity cost of production of consumer goods is / can be: MedlinePlus one . present a capital asset . MedlinePlus b. future capital . MedlinePlus c. consumer goods in the future . MedlinePlus d. all of the above. MedlinePlus Section II Short Answer { MedlinePlus INSTRUCTIONS : Please answer the following question by providing a brief
The principle of comparative advantage:?0Carolina2012-10-21 09:31:52
applies only when the gold standard is in effect MedlinePlus MedlinePlus is the basic reason that the U.S. trade deficit has MedlinePlus MedlinePlus advatageous makes it to export more than it imports MedlinePlus MedlinePlus states that the total is greater when each product is made by the country with the lowest opportunity cost
What is comparative advantage in business?0Monica Mosher2012-10-20 20:41:00
In simple words ( because I'm very confused ) Could you explain what a comparative advantage in international trade , and possibly give an example? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus What I know is that the comparative advantage that countries produce only products that are effcient in doing and then trade the products they have made with the international market . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus However, in some research I've read that the "comparative advantage that gives the country considered to produce each of the products " , etc. .. What are you talking about? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I'm so confused ! MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I've been to this link and understood to some extent and then again confuses me : MedlinePlus MedlinePlus
What is comparative advantage in business?0nagalie smith2012-10-09 16:34:10
In simple words ( because I'm very confused ) Could you explain what a comparative advantage in international trade , and possibly give an example? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus What I know is that the comparative advantage that countries produce only products that are effcient in doing and then trade the products they have made with the international market . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus However, in some research I've read that the "comparative advantage that gives the country considered to produce each of the products " , etc. .. What are you talking about? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I'm so confused ! MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I've been to this link and understood to some extent and then again confuses me : MedlinePlus MedlinePlus
Comparative and absolute advantage?0AbbyLovesMath2012-07-25 15:54:02
The tables below represent the production possibilities for the U.S. and Canada for automobiles and personal computers. The size of the labor force used to produce autos and PC
Comparative advantage trading?1yorkie162012-09-30 01:43:02
Suppose now that the EU produces 1000 cars and 500 000 t - shirts and 2600 China produced 650,000 cars and t -shirts. The international price is trading a car for 3250 t . At what level is the trade stop? Can anyone solve this for me? Since I'm not sure how to calculate the balance.
Microeconomics Question about Comparative & Absolute Advantage?0marty2012-10-03 06:04:52
A political commentator makes the following statement : MedlinePlus MedlinePlus The idea that international trade should be based on the comparative advantages of each country is fine for rich countries like the U.S. and Japan . Rich countries have educated workers and a lot of machinery and equipment . These advantages allow them to produce all products more efficiently than poor countries can . Poor countries like Kenya and Bolivia have nothing to gain from international trade . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Do you agree or disagree with this argument ? Explain ?
60. If nations trade on the basis of comparative advantage?1marshalena2012-08-23 14:09:22
A) a nation can gain only at the expense of trading partners. B) exporting nations gain and importing nations lose. C) importing nations gain and exporting nations lose. D) all trading partners mutually gain.
Explain how comparative advantage encourages international trade?0Johnny2012-10-22 13:45:27
For my business class
Question on economics (Free trade and comparative advantage)?0anabel2012-07-26 15:32:02
Country A is capital abundant and labour scarce. Country A exports "Ts" and imports "Fs": both use labour, but "Ts" are capital intensive and "Fs" are labour intensive. If the labour force in country A increases and capital stays the same, in which good will Country A have a comparative advantage?

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