Sen and sensibility

October 4, 1996

(Photograph) - The human face of the "dismal science", economist and philosopher Amartya Sen. Over the past three decades Sen has enriched economics with his humane but rigorous analysis of social choice and preference, and of famines. Few economists would be surprised if he won the Nobel prize.

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