Coase-Sandor Institute for Law and Economics

Robert H. Frank in the NYTimes on Coase and Government's Role in Economy

Ronald Coase, a Pragmatic Voice for Government’s Role
Robert H. Frank
New York Times
September 14, 2013

The Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science is not awarded posthumously. So I was relieved when my longtime intellectual hero, Ronald H. Coase, won it in 1991, just a few months before his 81st birthday.

Sydney Morning Herald Looks Back on the Work of Ronald Coase

Man who lifted lid on hidden costs of buying
Ross Gittins
Sydney Morning Herald
September 14, 2013

The man who first thought that governments should auction off rather give away the rights to such things as broadcast spectrum or taxi licences, and who started the thinking that led to the invention of emission trading schemes, died last week at the age of 102.

Epstein on Coase and Environmental Regulation

Getting Environmental Regulation Right
Richard A. Epstein
Defining Ideas
September 10, 2013

The recent death of Ronald Coase has given rise to an outpouring of praise about his contributions to the field of economics and his influence on the complex world of institutional politics.

Richard A. Epstein

Cass Sunstein on Ronald Coase

The Most Important Economist You’ve Never Heard Of
Cass R. Sunstein
September 5, 2013

Ronald Coase, who died this week at the age of 102, was one of the greatest economists of the 20th century. His impact on academic thought and public policy is incalculable.

The Economist on Ronald Coase

The man who showed why firms exist
The Economist
September 7, 2013

THE job of clever people is to ask difficult questions. The job of very clever people is to ask deceptively simple ones. Eighty years ago a young British economist wondered: why do companies exist? The answer that he gave remains as fascinating today as it was back then.

Chicago Tribune Obituary for Ronald Coase

Ronald H. Coase, retired U. of C. professor won Nobel Prize, 1910-2013
Bob Goldsborough
Chicago Tribune
September 4, 2013

Ronald H. Coase, a British-born University of Chicago law professor who in 1991 won the Nobel Prize in economics, produced a slender but influential body of work that advocated the application of economic tools to legal analysis.

Teaching Law and Economics: A Tribute to Professor Ronald Coase

University of Chicago Beijing Center
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This symposium will pay tribute to Professor Ronald Coase (1910-2013) by examining how the methodology of law and economics has influenced the teaching of law. Scholars will discuss various approaches on how to introduce law and economics into the classroom in Chinese universities.

Omri Ben-Shahar

Epstein, "Down With The Living Wage"

Down With The Living Wage
Richard A. Epstein
Defining Ideas
September 3, 2013

A recent opinion piece in the New York Times by Alex Rosenberg and Tyler Curtain, both trained as philosophers of science, asks the intriguing question: “What is Economics Good For?” “Not much” is their largely skeptical answer.

Richard A. Epstein

Law and Economics Workshop: Robert Daines

Seminar room F
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Right on Schedule: CEO Option Grants and Opportunism
Robert Daines, Stanford University

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