1.Tim mows neighborhood lawns for extra money Suppose that he would be willing to mow one lawn for ?$11?, a second lawn for ?$19?, and a third lawn for ?$23 Also suppose that three neighbors are interested in having their lawns mowed Mrs Jones would be willing to pay ?$30to have her lawn? mowed, Mr Wilson would be willing to pay ?$30, and Ms Smith would be willing to pay ?$23
If Tim offers to mow lawns for ?$23?each, what will be his producer? surplus??
Considering Mrs? Jones, Mr? Wilson, and Ms Smith? together, what will be their consumer? surplus??
2.Thomas Pogge argues that the poverty experienced by the bottom 25% of the worldâ€™s people is a violation of human rights and that multi-national corporations who profit from this labor are morally culpable in causing deaths that could be prevented Do corporations have an obligation not to exploit the cheap labor and poor working conditions of people at the â€œbottom of the pyramidâ€?
Your essay must (1) explain Poggeâ€™s position and how it applies to â€œsweatshopâ€ labor;
(2) evaluate that position in answering the question posed above