Ronald Coase 1910-2013, In memoriam
AbstractThis paper relates to the implications of transaction costs in Ronald Coase. The economics of transaction costs (TCE) is a first-order theoretical framework for understanding both the constraints to the development of the company to warn gaps in current public policy developments with important implications. Finally it provides observations of public policy aimed at correcting deviations of government experience.
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Ronald Coase; Transactions Costs Theory; Coase Theorem;
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