Amartya Sen

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Nobel prize medal.svg Amartya Sen
Amartya Sen NIH.jpg
Official Portrait at the Nobel Prize
Born 3 Oṣù Kọkànlá 1933 (1933-11-03) (ọmọ ọdún 81)
Santiniketan, Bengal Presidency, British India (present-day West Bengal, India)
Nationality Indian
Institution Harvard University
University of Cambridge
Jadavpur University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cornell University
University of Oxford
Delhi School of Economics
London School of Economics
University of California, Berkeley
Stanford University
Field Welfare economics, ethics
Alma mater Presidency College (B.A.)
Trinity College, Cambridge
(B.A., PhD)
Opposed James Mill
Influences John Maynard Keynes
John Rawls
Peter Bauer
John Stuart Mill
Kenneth Arrow
Piero Sraffa
Influenced Mahbub ul Haq
Kaushik Basu
Jean Drèze
Contributions Human development theory
Awards Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences (1998)
Bharat Ratna (1999)
Information at IDEAS/RePEc

Amartya Kumar Sen, CH (Bẹ̀ngálì: অমর্ত্য কুমার সেন, Ômorto Kumar Shen; ojoibi 3 November 1933) je ara India aseoro-okowo to gba ni 1998 Ebun Nobel ninu awon Sayensi Oro-Okowo fun ipa re si oro-okowo itoju awujo ati iro ayanmu awujo, ati fun ijologun re si awon isoro awon talaka awujo.[1] Sen gbajumo fun ise re lori awo ohu ti o unfa iyan, to fa idagbasoke ojutu amulo wa lati dina tabi kekuru awon ipa aito onje lawujo. Lowolowo ohun ni Ojogbon Yunifasiti aga Thomas W. Lamont ati Ojogbon Oro-Okowo ati Imoye ni Harvard University. O je elegbe agba ni Harvard Society of Fellows ati elegbe Trinity College, Cambridge, nibi to ti sise teletele bi Oga lati 1998 di 2004.[2][3] Ohun olukoni ara Asia ati India akoko to je olori koleji Oxbridge.


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