Answer to Question #6973 in Economics of Enterprise for mthokozisi
what gives a person acomparative advantage
One person has a comparative advantage over another person if the first person’s opportunity cost of performing a task is lower than the other person's opportunity cost of performing the same task. Having a comparative advantage is not the same as being the best at something. In fact, someone can be completely unskilled at doing something, yet still have a comparative advantage at doing it!