Ronald Coase, Nobel Winner Who Studied Corporations, Dies at 102
Ronald Coase, the British-born University of Chicago economist whose Nobel Prize-winning work on the role of corporations stemmed from visits in the early 1930s to American companies including Ford Motor Co. and Union Carbide, has died. He was 102.
He died yesterday at St. Joseph Hospital in Chicago, according to a news release from the University of Chicago. No cause was given.