Tonight, economics and legal scholars are paying respects to Ronald Coase, one of the greatest economists of the last century.
I'm hearing reports that Ronald Coase has died today at the age of 102.
— Josh McCabe (@JoshuaTMcCabe) September 2, 2013
— Lior Strahilevitz (@liorjs) September 2, 2013
— Christopher Snowdon (@cjsnowdon) September 2, 2013
RIP: Ronald Coase at age 102. Hs influential Nature of the Firm was written 76 years ago.
— Eddy Elfenbein (@EddyElfenbein) September 2, 2013
Ronald Coase has died. His first major paper came out the year after Keynes's General Theory. http://t.co/qjuwvdvOre
— Kieran Healy (@kjhealy) September 2, 2013
RIP Ronald Coase, one of my favorite economists and the man who taught me why blasting my stereo is a legal issue http://t.co/7Dt8zPOCOR
— Jared Keller (@jaredbkeller) September 2, 2013
We are saddened to hear the great economist Ronald Coase has passed away. Read about his work here: http://t.co/CMAD24jevs
— Cato On Campus (@CatoOnCampus) September 2, 2013
Ronald Coase's essay on lighthouses – how they were produced, and financed, privately, despite the common teaching. http://t.co/zms690tsIC
— William Dale, MD,PhD (@WilliamDale_MD) September 2, 2013
Ronald Coase R.I.P.: I am stunned and saddened to learn that Nobel Laureate economist Ronald Coase has died. A… http://t.co/UVMMKqc10x
— Volokh Conspiracy (@VolokhConspirac) September 3, 2013
His contributions to scholarship are so massive that it is hard to overstate their impact." Yep. RIP Ronald Coase. http://t.co/NXN6F53bjc
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) September 3, 2013
Our condolences to Coase’s family. Rest In Peace, professor.