Lesson 1: Is There An Iron Law of Wages?

How to get started? Couldn’t be easier. Peruse the readings linked below. Write your name on this form, answer the questions, and click “Submit”. If you remit the $25 enrollment fee, we will assign a teacher to you, and off you’ll go. If you don’t pay, there’s no harm done; we just won’t offer personal responses to your work.

Stuff to read: What IS the Problem?The “Iron Law of Wages”Poverty & OverpopulationEconomics and Political Economy

Before you embark on the course: Where do YOU stand on the big Economic Questions?

14. Identify these 12 items according to the factors of production they represent. They could be land, labor, capital, or none of the above. If one picture contains two combined factors, name them both.

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