Amartya Sen

Amartya Sen, winner of the 1998 Nobel Prize in Economics, is Lamont University Professor at Harvard University.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Collective Choice and Social Welfare: An Expanded EditionCollective Choice and Social Welfare: An Expanded EditionSen, AmartyaPAPERBACK05/17/2018$22.00
Cover: Closing the Cancer Divide: An Equity ImperativeClosing the Cancer Divide: An Equity ImperativeKnaul, Felicia Marie
Gralow, Julie R.
Atun, Rifat
Bhadelia, Afsan
PAPERBACK12/17/2012$24.95
Cover: The Cost of Inaction: Case Studies from Rwanda and AngolaThe Cost of Inaction: Case Studies from Rwanda and AngolaAnand, Sudhir
Desmond, Chris
Fuje, Habtamu
Marques, Nadejda
PAPERBACK06/04/2012$19.95
Cover: The Idea of JusticeThe Idea of JusticeSen, AmartyaPAPERBACK05/31/2011$30.00
Cover: Rationality and FreedomRationality and FreedomSen, AmartyaPAPERBACK03/30/2004$35.00
Cover: Choice, Welfare and MeasurementChoice, Welfare and MeasurementSen, AmartyaPAPERBACK09/15/1997$41.50
Cover: Resources, Values, and Development: Expanded EditionResources, Values, and Development: Expanded EditionSen, AmartyaPAPERBACK09/15/1997$50.50
Cover: Inequality ReexaminedInequality ReexaminedSen, AmartyaPAPERBACK03/15/1995$30.00
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