Ed Lotterman: Water dispute shows complexity of problems
The Idaho Statesman
Paul and Cruz generally avoid the issue, but if pressed would probably cite the work of Nobelist Ronald Coase, who argued regulation could be minimal as long as you specified everyone's rights and responsibilities relative to property very precisely ...
Sit up straight until airlines ease reclining turbulence
Some, drawing on the late, great University of Chicago Nobel Prize winner Ronald Coase's celebrated 1960 paper, "The Problem of Social Cost," have suggested recline-resistant passengers simply pay those in the row ahead not to push back.
Who Owns the Right to Recline? Property Rights in the Sky
Wall Street Pit
Somewhere Ronald Coase is smiling. He identified that answer in 1960 in his famous paper, The Problem of Social Cost. If the little girl has the property right to recline, then you can pay her not to do so. If you have the property right, you can ...
Coal allocation: lessons from Ronald Coase
But in the economics mainstream, the phony justification for state intervention even in something as basic as the allocation of radio spectrum was convincingly overturned only as late as 1959 by Nobel laureate Ronald Coase in his seminal paper “Federal ...