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Ronald Coase

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China's stock market is falling, but its innovators are still rising fast

Washington Post (blog)
Over locally-grown tea, Zhang and I shared our admiration for Nobel Prize-winning economist Ronald Coase, who famously wrote in 1937 that companies only existed to overcome inefficiencies in the market. As information technology rapidly erases those ...

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Daily Maverick
The economist Ronald Coase, at the University of Chicago in the 1960s, recognised the above problem of the market and came to believe that the impact of pollution should be calculated as a part of the costs of production. From his work and those ...

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Can Winston Churchill's grandson save Serco? And is it worth saving?

The Guardian
In 1937, Ronald Coase, a young left-leaning lecturer at the London School of Economics, published a short paper called The Theory of the Firm, in which he considered why companies contracted out some of their functions, but did others in-house. “Why is ...

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RIP Ronald Coase, the Economist Who Hated Math

Reason
Ronald Coase, winner of the 1991 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics, died in September at age 102. Thomas Hazlett interviewed Coase in our January 1997 issue. In the introduction, Hazlett explained part of what made Coase unusual for an economist: ...

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