The 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics was granted to three economists working to reduce global poverty
Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer were awarded this year’s Nobel Prize for Economics for their contribution to reducing global poverty.
The Award Committee announced that the French-American economist Esther Duflo from MIT and her husband Anbhijit Banarjee, an Indian economist at the same university, and American development expert Michael Kremer, the professor at Harvard University, received this award for their experimental work on global poverty.
Ms. Duflo is only the second woman to have received the prize and, at 46, the youngest winner ever.
Source: BBC Türkçe
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