Nobel Reward For Economics Awarded To British Professor Angus Deaton

October 13, 2015 Nemes Random

A British teacher has won the Nobel Prize in economics for his work on the
links in between intake and income, and how public policy can have an
effectinfluence on the rich and bad.

Angus Deaton, who was born in Scotland howevernow works at Princeton in New
Jersey, was offered the good news during a phone call with the Royal Swedish
Academy of Sciences, winning for his “analysis of usage, poverty, and
welfare”.

The Dwight D Eisenhower professor of economics and worldwide affairs said
he was “quite drowsy” when he took the phone-call, but added: “Like numerous
economists, I knew

Economics,

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