Video Coverage of Markets, Firms and Property Rights: A Celebration of the Research of Ronald Coase

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Video Coverage of Markets, Firms and Property Rights: A Celebration of the Research of Ronald Coase:

http://mindonline.uchicago.edu/media/law/coase_120409_panel1_512K.mov

Friday Panel 1: Moderator: Lee Benham, Washington University, St. Louis; The Effect of Allowance Allocation on Cap-and-Trade System Performance, Robert Hahn, Smith School, University of Oxford, Robert Stavins, Harvard University; Coase, Transaction Costs, and the Spread of the Rectangular Survey for Land Demarcation within the British Empire, Gary Libecap, University of California, Santa Barbara, Dean Lueck, University of Arizona, Trever O’Grady, University of California, Santa Barbara

http://mindonline.uchicago.edu/media/law/coase_120409_panel2_512K.mov

Friday Panel 2: Moderator: Sam Peltzman, University of Chicago; Coase and the New Zealand Spectrum Reforms, Charles Jackson, George Washington University; Using Spectrum Auctions to Enhance Competition in Wireless Services, Peter Cramton, University of Maryland, Evan Kwerel, Federal Communications Commission, Greg Rosston, Stanford University, Andy Skrzypacz, Stanford University; Radio Spectrum and the Disruptive Clarity of Ronald Coase, Thomas Hazlett, George Mason University, David Porter, Chapman University, Vernon Smith, Chapman University

http://mindonline.uchicago.edu/media/law/coase_120409_panel3_512K.mov

Friday Panel 3: Moderators: Mary Shirley, Coase Institute; Opening Remarks, Douglass North, Washington University, St. Louis; Reducing Transaction Costs through Securing Property Rights: What Are the Effects of Land Titling Policies? Sebastian Galiani, Washington University, St. Louis, Coase Institute Fellow; Why the Entry Regulation of the China Mobile Phone Manufacturing Industry Collapsed: The Impact of Technological Innovation on Institutional Transformation, Zhimin Liao, Harvard Law School and Beijing University, Coase Institute Fellow, Xiaofang Chen, Renmin University of China Law School, Coase Institute Fellow; Let the Buyer — or Seller — Beware? How Housing Can Become Durable Lemons under Different Structures of Property Rights and Information, Lennon H.T. Choy, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Coase Institute Fellow, K.W. Chau, The University of Hong Kong

http://mindonline.uchicago.edu/media/law/coase_120409_panel4_512K.mov

Friday Panel 4: Moderator: Douglass North, Washington University, St. Louis; How to Keep a Secret: The Decisive Advantage of Corporations, Robert Cooter, University of California, Berkeley; Regulatory Institutions and Economic Performance: Wireless Communications in Middle-Income Developing Nations, Roger Noll, Stanford University

http://mindonline.uchicago.edu/media/law/coase_120509_panel1_512K.mov

Saturday Panel 1: Moderator: Robert Topel, University of Chicago; Competence as a Random Variable: One More Tribute to Ronald Coase, Richard A. Epstein, University of Chicago; R.H. Coase and the Neoclassical Model of the Economic System, Harold Demsetz, UCLA; Measuring Coase’s Influence, William Landes, University of Chicago

http://mindonline.uchicago.edu/media/law/coase_120509_panel2_512K.mov

Saturday Panel 2: Moderator: Omri Ben-Shahar, University of Chicago; On the Limited Utility of Taxes as a Solution to the Externality Problem, Steven Shavell, Harvard University; Coase and the Mental Picture of Property Rights, Thomas Merrill, Yale University; Regulation and the Nature of the Firm: The Case of U.S. Regional Airlines, Michael E. Levine, New York University

http://mindonline.uchicago.edu/media/law/coase_120509_panel3_512K.mov

Saturday Panel 3: Moderator: Michael Schill, University of Chicago; Coase, Edgeworth, and Pigou, Gary Becker, University of Chicago; Commercial Advertising and the First Amendment, Geoffrey Stone, University of Chicago; Keynes and Coase, Richard A. Posner, University of Chicago

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