December 1999

SOURCE: The Atlantic, December 15, 1999 Eyebrows were raised when Amartya Sen won the Nobel Prize in Economics last year. Sen had frequently been mentioned as a candidate, but it had been predicted that in an era when laissez-faire market economics were all the rage Sen’s insistence on looking

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