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Lecture 41

Lecture 41-Comparative Advantage and Gains from Trade

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Economics
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ECO102H1
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Jack Carr

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Thursday, April 1st, 2010
Comparative Advantage and the Gains from Trade
Production Possibilities (per week)
Cloth
Corn
John
10
2
Jane
16
8
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Cloth
Corn
John
0.2 Corn
5 Cloth
Jane
0.5 Corn
2 Cloth
Observation: John has comparative advantage in production of cloth
(he can produce cloth at a lower opp cost, 0.2 corn versus 0.5 corn)
Jane has comparative advantage in production of corn
Jane has absolute advantage in production of both cloth and corn
John: specializes in production/exports cloth
Jane: specializes in production/exports corn
Assume trade ratio is 3 cloths for 1 corn
John and Jane can consume combination of Cloth and Corn outside own PPF
Æessential insight to
why trade is
beneficial to
everyone
Observation: Asterisks (examples) illustrate consumption bundles of cloth and corn outside
the PPF of John and of Jane
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Thursday, April 1st, 2010 Comparative Advantage and the Gains from Trade Production Possibilities (per week) Cloth Corn John 10 2 Jane 16 8 55479:3L948941!74:.L3J 30&3L941 Cloth Corn John 0.2 Corn 5 Cloth Jane 0.5 Corn 2 Cloth Observation:John has comparative advantage in production of cloth (he can produce clothat a lower opp cost, 0.2 corn versus 0.5 corn) Jane has comp
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