Suppose the government needs workers to repair bridges destroyed by a typhoon. From the perspective of normative economics, what differences does it make whether able-bodied citizens are compelled to work on the bridge or whether a workforce is recruited through a normal process of making job offers to applicants and relying on their voluntary acceptance. Read more

Suppose the government needs workers to repair bridges destroyed by a typhoon. From the perspective of normative economics, what differences does it make whether able-bodied citizens are compelled to work on the bridge or whether a workforce is recruited through a normal process of making job offers to applicants and relying on their voluntary acceptance.
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