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Amartya Kumar Sen and the Human Science of Development

of Development Mapping Amartya Sen's Long March THE award of the Nobel prize for economics in 1998 to Amartya Kumar Sen and the achievement of which the award is the best public recognition available to the profession of economics are not serendipitous events. From the beginning of his professional career Amartya Sen had a sense of destiny, and that expectation of a high destiny for him was shared by most of his contemporaries and his teachers, Nonetheless this recognition had been long expected and had been postponed for years for rather murky reasons is a cause for celebration.

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