Perspectives from New Institutional Economics
Edited by Claude Ménard
Chapter 8: Publications
59 8. Publications* Ronald H. Coase BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS Published Balance Sheets as an Aid to Economic Investigation – Some Difﬁculties (Accounting Research Association, 1938) (with R.S. Edwards and R.F. Fowler). The Iron and Steel Industry 1926–1935: An Investigation Based on the Accounts of Public Companies, Special Memorandum No. 49 of the London and Cambridge Economic Service (1939) (with R.S. Edwards and R.F. Fowler). British Broadcasting: A Study in Monopoly (Longmans Green, London; Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 1950). Educational TV: Who Should Pay?, Rational Debate Seminars, American Enterprise Institute (1968) (with Edward W. Barrett). The Firm, The Market and the Law (University of Chicago Press, 1988) (Foreign editions: Japanese, 1992, Swedish, 1992, Spanish, 1994, Chinese, 1995, Italian, 1995, French, 1997). Essays on the Institutional Structure of Production (Chinese, Shanghai, 1990). Essays on Economics and Economists (University of Chicago Press, 1994). ARTICLES ‘The problem of duopoly reconsidered’, 2 Review of Economic Studies 137 (1935). ‘Bacon production and the pig-cycle in Great Britain’, 2 Economica (n.s.) 142 (1935) (with R.F. Fowler). ‘The pig-cycle: a rejoinder’, 2 Economica (n.s.) 423 (1935) (with R.F. Fowler). ‘The pig-cycle in Great Britain: an explanation’, 4 Economica 55 (1937) (with R.F. Fowler). ‘Some notes on monopoly price’, 5 Review of Economic Studies 17 (1937). ‘The nature of the ﬁrm’, 4 Economica (n.s.) 386 (1937). Also in American 59 60 Homage to Ronald H. Coase Economic Association, Readings in Price Theory, selected by a Committee of the American Economic Association (1952), and elsewhere. Business Organization and...
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