The income of landowners in every country, Managerial Economics

In Home and Foreign there are 2 factors of production, land & labor, used to produce only one good.
The land supply in every country and the technology of production are exactly the similar. The marginal product of labor in every country depends on employment as follows:

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Initially there are 11 workers employed in Home but only 3 workers in Foreign. Find the effect of free movement of labor from the high wage to the low wage country. When such economic migration ceases, what will be the levels of production, real wages and the income of landowners in every country?

 

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