Question: Recall the analysis of pollution costs in the previous chapter
Recall the analysis of pollution costs in the previous chapter. How would pollution considerations--cleanup costs resulting from increased use of insecticides and chemical fertilizers in Zambia--affect Zambian farm wage rates? Hint: Consider price changes resulting from shifts in the supply curve in the farm-goods market.
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