The Theory of Share Tenancy and the Old “Good Economics”
Wang Ning ()
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Wang Ning: Ronald Coase Institute, 905 Fieldwood Court, San Jose, CA, USA
Man and the Economy, 2018, vol. 5, issue 1, 5
What The Theory of Share Tenancy did to share tenancy repeats what Coase did to Pigovian tax. The Theory of Share Tenancy pioneered the empirical study of transaction costs and property rights.
Keywords: share tenancy; economic thought; new institutional economics; Steven N.S. Cheung (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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