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Economics has long been known as the “dismal science”, a discipline focused on cold numbers and jargon. But Nobel prize winner Amartya Sen is the rare economist, whose writings about global poverty and development are grounded in ideas like freedom and identity. Sen discusses his latest book, a look at the idea of social justice.
- Amartya Sen Nobel Prize Winning Economist (1998); Lamont University Professor of Economics and Philosophy, Harvard University; and author of "The Idea of Justice" (Harvard Univ. Press)
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