Hello sir. I am Philanthropist Phil. Nice to meet you.
I have come today to speak with you about the corn crop industry. In addition to my absolute advantage on the production of crops, since I grow and sell double the amount of corn you do.
Well, yes of course that may be accurate but I have the comparative advantage. I believe in the division of labor you see and I am able to not only produce corn, but barley as well.
I feel as it is the complete opposite. I understand your job is to make financial risks. This has seemed to pay off for you. Yet, you need to remember specialization with your employees could pay off as it did for me.
Ha! How do you do that without losing profit? Your opportunity cost must be blowing through the fields, not to add your lack of consideration when it comes to costs vs benefits.
Oh, your talking about economic interdependence. No thank you. I do not want to depend on others to get what I want.
I guess you could look at it that way. I say it gives the chance for you to trade with others and gain money through the help of people, or vise versa, nationally and internationally.
How do you produce and network the product efficiently if you do not collaborate with others?
I have to admit, I lied. I have not made hardly any financial gains, nor grown any crops. I just don't know how to work with people in this business. I am essentially the worst entrepreneur ever.
I am not trying to sound corny, although I would like to help out a pal and see where the mixed economy takes us. You know 'sharing the wealth' is in my job description.
Really? That would be awesome. I always wanted a business partner. Is this like voluntary trade? So you will give me knowledge on how to properly run a corn corporation in return for a 50/50 partnership? Wow, you sure are a generous man.