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(My answer is based on what I learned from the answer and comments of user 1muflon1. This answer wouldn't be possible without their patient attempts to put some knowledge under my thick skull. Here I will pretend to be another person and address Past-Me as "You"). At first, let's start with intuition for why increased consumption implies increased PPF. ...


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For this you first have to put some numbers on the problem to be able to draw PPF and consumption. Lets assume that Cheestopia can produce 1 cheese at 1 labor, and 1 wine at 2 labor and Winetopia 1 cheese at 2 labor and 1 wine at 1 labor, and both country has 100L avaiable for production, this gives you the following PPFs for both countries in autarky (the ...


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