When markets do not work

Oliver Williamson     
The name chosen for the prize in Economic Science in memory of Alfred Nobel, The Nobel Prize in Economics, surprised almost everyone. Oliver Williamson, started his career as a student at MIT, Stanford, then went through and finished a Ph.D. at Carnegie Mellon University. He received the news of being the Nobel Price winner, just 15 days after turning into 77 years.

Read the article in PDF, in Portuguese.