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Sen, Amartya, 1933-

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    • Amadiya Sen, 1933-
    • Amartya Kumar Sen, 1933-
    • Amartya Sen, 1933-
    • Amartya Sena, 1933-
    • ʻAmāttaya Sen, 1933-
    • Sen, A. K. (Amartya Kumar), 1933-
    • Sen, Amadiya, 1933-
    • Sen, Amarty K. (Amartya Kumar), 1933-
    • Sen, Amartya K. (Amartya Kumar), 1933-
    • Sen, Amartya Kumar, 1933-
    • Sen, Armatya, 1933-
    • Sena, Amartya, 1933-
    • 阿瑪蒂亚・森, 1933-
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    • Sen, Amartya Kumar
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    • found: Author's Choice of techniques, 1960.
    • found: Utilitarianism and beyond, 1982:t.p. (Amartya Sen)
    • found: Nobela jaẏī Amartya Sena, 1998:t.p. (Amartya Sena) p. 170 (b. Nov. 3, 1933) p. 174 (recd. Nobel Prize in 1998)
    • found: Author's Collective choice and social welfare, 1984, c1979:CIP t.p. (Amartya K. Sen)
    • found: nuc88-94543: Als Keynes nu geleefd zou hebben, c1983(hdg. on CU rept.: Sen, Amartya Kumar; usage: A.K. Sen)
    • found: Talāt prachāthippatai læ kānphatthanā, 2000:t.p. (ʻAmāttaya Sen)
    • found: Perspectives on the economic and human development of India and China, 2006:t.p. (Armatya [sic] Sen)
    • found: Collective choice and social welfare, 1979:t.p. (Amarty K. Sen) erratum (correct spelling of first name is Amartya instead of Amarty)
    • found: Biog. resource center (Contemp. authors), Mar. 23, 2009(Amartya Sen; also known as Amartya Kumar Sen, Amartya K. Sen, A.K. Sen; b. Nov. 3, 1933, Santiniketan, India; Trinity College, Cambridge, Ph. D., 1959; economist, educator, writer, and editor; Trinity College, Cambridge, master, 1998- )
    • found: Yindu, 2006:t.p. (阿瑪蒂亚・森 = Amadiya Sen = Amartya Sen)
    • found: Website of the Wikipedia, viewed 2013-01-28(Amartya Sen; born 3 November 1933; is an Indian philosopher and economist who was awarded the 1998 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his contributions to welfare economics and social choice theory, and for his interest in the problems of society's poorest members; in 2012, he became the first non-U.S. citizen recipient of the National Humanities Medal; he is currently the Thomas W. Lamont University Professor and Professor of Economics and Philosophy at Harvard University; he is also a senior fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows, distinguished fellow of All Souls College, Oxford; he is the first Indian and the first Asian academic to head an Oxbridge college; he also serves as the first Chancellor of the proposed Nalanda International University)
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    • 1980-05-22: new
    • 2018-09-28: revised
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