Chicago Economics Society Speaker Series Event in San Francisco

Chicago Booth Alumni Club of San Francisco

The University of Chicago Alumni Association

January 23, 2014: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

David D. Friedman, PhD'71 will discuss Ronald Coase, Nobel Prize winner in 1991 and former professor University of Chicago, and his work.


University Club of San Francisco
800 Powell Street
San Francisco, California

Event Details

The Chicago Economics Society Distinguished Alumni Speaker Series is pleased to invite you to a talk by David D. Friedman (M.S., Ph.D. '71), Professor of Law at Santa Clara University, on Thursday, January 23 at 6:00 pm at the University Club of San Francisco.

Dr. Friedman will discuss the work of the late Ronald Coase, Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago Law School and 1991 recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics. Coase advanced legal and economic thought through his own seminal work and as the Editor of the University's Law and Economics Journal. He is widely regarded as one of the founding scholars of the field of law and economics.

Dr. Friedman's area of expertise ranges from business to economics to law. He has published economic analyses of punitive damages, trade-secret law, criminal punishment, the size of nations, and a variety of other topics, including medical care, population economics, the economics of war, historical perspectives on freedom, and criminal defense.


Cost is $15 per person.


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Deadline: 1/20/2014

Speaker Profiles

David Friedman, PhD'71 (Speaker)
Professor of Law, Santa Clara University


Lucie Sandel