Property Owners Owe Justice Antonin Scalia a Big Thank You
Ronald Coase won a Nobel Prize for demonstrating that one could assign the property rights to a resource to any party and the simple existence and enforcement of those private property rights leads to the most efficient use of the resource in question.
George Will: The progressives' itch to regulate speech
Hence they embrace progressivism's logic, as it has been explained separately, and disapprovingly, by two eminent economists, Ronald Coase and Aaron Director: There is no reason the regulatory, redistributive state should distinguish between various ...
UC Santa Barbara economist to present Ostrom Memorial Lecture
The Herald-Times (subscription)
... examine issues of natural resource governance in light of classical economic literature and commentary by other scholars — Elinor Ostrom; Oliver Williamson, who shared the 2009 Nobel economics prize with IU's Elinor Ostrom; and Ronald Coase, a ...
Emmanuel S. de Dios
BusinessWorld Online Edition
I remember Dondon taking the view of Ronald Coase, the late Nobel Laureate, who noted that Smith's notion of self-love or prudence was actually far broader and inclusive than mere interest in material interest or comfort. Rather, the social -- even ...