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Nobel prize winning economist and philosopher, Professor Amartya Sen is widely regarded as one of the most influential public thinkers of our time, his interest and impact ranging across the key questions facing all societies: how can we promote economic well being, fairness and justice and how do we tackle deprivation and injustice. In this album, he talks about economics, welfare and his most recent book 'The Idea of Justice'. The ideas in this album can be studied further in The Open University course DD309 Doing economics: people, markets and policy.

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Track 1: Amartya Sen on justice and injustice

Amartya Sen discusses justice and injustice.


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Tracks in this podcast:

Track   Title Description
1 Amartya Sen on justice and injustice    Amartya Sen discusses justice and injustice. Play now Amartya Sen on justice and injustice
2 Amartya Sen on welfare    Amartya Sen discusses welfare. Play now Amartya Sen on welfare
3 Amartya Sen on the economic crisis    Amartya Sen discusses the 2010 economic crisis. Play now Amartya Sen on the economic crisis

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