Ronald Coase

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Name: Ronald Coase
First reported Apr 21 2014 - Updated Apr 21 2014 - 1 reports

The State of the European Sharing Movement

The sharing movement in Europe is thriving. Due in large part to the endless hustle, focus, and connectedness of the OuiShare community, new networks are forming, growing, and connecting with each other.In advance of the upcoming OuiShare Fest , May 5-7 ... [Published Resilience - Apr 21 2014]
First reported Apr 21 2014 - Updated Apr 21 2014 - 1 reports

Old Home Week, by David Henderson

Three of my former students were in town last week and I had lunch with each of them. Meeting with them and hearing what they had learned in my class was very gratifying. On Wednesday, I had lunch with one student, whose name I've not sought permission ... [Published EconLog - Apr 21 2014]
First reported Apr 15 2014 - Updated Apr 15 2014 - 1 reports

Shipping Oil by Rail: A Modern-Day Problem of Social Cost

While environmental groups and other stakeholders have been working hard to delay – if not derail- major pipeline projects like Keystone, oil companies have been working hard to find alternative ways to get their crude oil to market:A single unit train ... [Published The Energy Collective - Apr 15 2014]
First reported Apr 14 2014 - Updated Apr 14 2014 - 1 reports

Reaching consensus to Asia-Pacific prosperity

In the past few decades, Asia has been the region with the world's most dynamic and fastest growing economic development. Since the global financial crisis broke out in 2008, Asia has once again become an important engine driving global economic recovery ... [Published China.org.cn - Apr 14 2014]
First reported Apr 09 2014 - Updated Apr 09 2014 - 1 reports

Why CARP failed-6

04:10 AMBy: Modesto Sa-onoyDR. RAUL Fabella considered the “suppression of the Coase Theorem” as the fifth cause of the failure of CARP. According to him this theorem postulates that “the initial distribution of an asset, such as land, will notdeter efficiency ... [Published The Daily Guardian - Apr 09 2014]
First reported Apr 09 2014 - Updated Apr 09 2014 - 1 reports

Chinese enterprises keep innovative mind

A focus on innovation is being highlited at this year's Boao Forum for Asia taking place right now in Hainan.  [Special coverage]Innovation is one of the key questions being put to Chinese companies attending the Boao Forum.Ronald Coase, Professor Emeritus ... [Published Ecns.cn - Apr 09 2014]
First reported Apr 02 2014 - Updated Apr 02 2014 - 1 reports

Fire the bosses: How flat firms work

A few companies are dispensing with hierarchies, but don’t expect the end of managementManagement theorists have long pondered the structure of the corporation. In an open economy, with resources distributed by the invisible hand, how can it be that the ... [Published City A.M. - Apr 02 2014]
First reported Mar 25 2014 - Updated Mar 25 2014 - 1 reports

Gierke, Coase, and Hobby Lobby

One of the things that is striking to me in the corporate scholars amici brief to the Court is how oblivious it seems to what I'd always taken to be the dominant contemporary theoretical approach to corproate law, namely that the idea of the corporation ... [Published Conglomerate - Mar 25 2014]
First reported Feb 24 2014 - Updated Feb 24 2014 - 1 reports

Econ 2: Spring 2014: UC Berkeley: Administrivia for Februatry 24, 2013

Modes of Market Failure Six modes of market failure: MaldistributionMiscalculation—which we will not coverExternalityNon-rivalryMarket powerAdverse selectionNon-excludibilityToday We Are Going To Do... Market Power Adverse Selection Problem ... [Published J. Bradford DeLong's Grasping Reality with All ... - Feb 24 2014]
First reported Feb 19 2014 - Updated Feb 19 2014 - 2 reports

Econ 2: Spring 2014: Week 5: When We Can't Make the Market Work Optimally...

What We Do This Week:Continue Problem Set 2... Read (or reread) Essentials, chapter 9 "Externalities and PubliC Goods"...W Feb 19: When We Can't Make the Market Work OptimallyAdministrivia for W Feb 19Non-Rival CommoditiesMonopolyRate RegulationDuopoly, ... [Published Brad DeLong - Feb 19 2014]
First reported Feb 15 2014 - Updated Feb 15 2014 - 1 reports

Speech v. Economic Activity

Ronald Coase had some ideas about why speech is given more protection from government intervention than economic activity: The paradox is that government intervention which is so harmful in the one sphere [speech] becomes beneficial in the other [economics ... [Published Conglomerate - Feb 15 2014]
First reported Jan 04 2014 - Updated Jan 04 2014 - 2 reports

Forget Mega-Corporations, Here’s The Mega-Network

We live in the age of cryptocurrency heists, Chinese moon landings, eco-disasters and electronic cigarettes . Sounds like something out of a cyberpunk novel. Well, a cyberpunk novel without the brain implants, but don’t worry,  those are coming, too ... [Published TechCrunch - Jan 04 2014]

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The State of the European Sharing Movement [Published Resilience - Apr 21 2014]
Old Home Week, by David Henderson [Published EconLog - Apr 21 2014]
Shipping Oil by Rail: A Modern-Day Problem of S... [Published The Energy Collective - Apr 15 2014]
Reaching consensus to Asia-Pacific prosperity [Published China.org.cn - Apr 14 2014]
Why CARP failed-6 [Published The Daily Guardian - Apr 09 2014]
Chinese enterprises keep innovative mind [Published Ecns.cn - Apr 09 2014]
Fire the bosses: How flat firms work [Published City A.M. - Apr 02 2014]
Is The Zero Marginal Cost Society The End Of Ca... [Published Techdirt - Apr 01 2014]
Lessons from the edge: What companies can learn... [Published Deloitte University Press - Mar 27 2014]
Away From Socialism: Mario Vargas Llosa Joins T... [Published Forbes.com - Mar 26 2014]
Gierke, Coase, and Hobby Lobby [Published Conglomerate - Mar 25 2014]
Paul Horton: Free Market Education Reform -- Ev... [Published Teacher Magazine - Mar 17 2014]
Econ 2: Spring 2014: UC Berkeley: Administrivia... [Published J. Bradford DeLong's Grasping Reality with All ... - Feb 24 2014]
Should we worry that Netflix is buying transit ... [Published Marginal Revolution - Feb 24 2014]
Econ 2: Spring 2014: Week 5: When We Can't Make... [Published Brad DeLong - Feb 19 2014]
Econ 2: Spring 2014: Week 5: When We Can't Make... [Published J. Bradford DeLong's Grasping Reality with All ... - Feb 19 2014]
Speech v. Economic Activity [Published Conglomerate - Feb 15 2014]
Bitcoin: It’s the platform, not the currency, s... [Published The Next Web - Feb 15 2014]
Could we have another Arthur Seldon?, by Albert... [Published EconLog - Jan 11 2014]
Do Economists Understand How Power Shapes the L... [Published Next New Deal - Jan 06 2014]
Forget Mega-Corporations, Here’s The Mega-Network [Published TechCrunch - Jan 04 2014]
Forget Mega-Corporations, Here’s The Mega-Network [Published TechCrunch Europe - Jan 04 2014]
Janet Yellen’s Challenge [Published Policy Review - Nov 26 2013]
Coase's last book honored by the Atlas Foundati... [Published EconLog - Nov 14 2013]
Brian Doherty on the Late Ronald Coase [Published REASON Online - Nov 10 2013]
RIP Ronald Coase, the Economist Who Hated Math [Published REASON Online - Nov 10 2013]
91% MOOC satisfaction rating for University of ... [Published PRWeb - Nov 04 2013]
How to make money from a Nobel cause [Published Tim Harford - Oct 31 2013]
Finding Aid Available for the Yale Brozen Papers [Published Policy Review - Oct 08 2013]
Getting Environmental Regulation Right [Published Policy Review - Sep 09 2013]
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Old Home Week, by David Henderson [Published EconLog - Apr 21 2014]
Three of my former students were in town last week and I had lunch with each of them. Meeting with them and hearing what they had learned in my class was very gratifying. On Wednesday, I had lunch with one student, whose name I've not sought permission ...
Is The Zero Marginal Cost Society The End Of Ca... [Published Techdirt - Apr 01 2014]
As regular readers here on Techdirt will know, I've been talking about the importance of understanding what happens to economic equations when the marginal cost of something is zero for over 15 years already. It's a very common theme around here. ...
Gierke, Coase, and Hobby Lobby [Published Conglomerate - Mar 25 2014]
One of the things that is striking to me in the corporate scholars amici brief to the Court is how oblivious it seems to what I'd always taken to be the dominant contemporary theoretical approach to corproate law, namely that the idea of the corporation ...
Econ 2: Spring 2014: UC Berkeley: Administrivia... [Published J. Bradford DeLong's Grasping Reality with All ... - Feb 24 2014]
Modes of Market Failure Six modes of market failure: MaldistributionMiscalculation—which we will not coverExternalityNon-rivalryMarket powerAdverse selectionNon-excludibilityToday We Are Going To Do... Market Power Adverse Selection Problem ...
Should we worry that Netflix is buying transit ... [Published Marginal Revolution - Feb 24 2014]
I say no (for background read here , and Dan Rayburn has very useful coverage, dispelling a variety of myths ).  To be sure, one may believe there are monopoly problems at the retail level in the cable sector.  We could alleviate those with local ...
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