Comparative advantage – input approach | Basic economic concepts | Microeconomics | Khan Academy

In this video we use the input approach to determine comparative advantage. We can determine who has comparative advantage in producing a good based the amount of time or the number of inputs (land, labor and capital) required for the individual or the country to produce a certain quantity of output.

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