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Win tickets: Amartya Sen on ‘poverty and the tolerance of the intolerable’ at LSE

This your chance to see the Nobel Prize-winning economist deliver a lecture on the challenges facing today's anti-poverty campaigners

By Prospect Team  
Amartya Sen is a professor of economics and philosophy at Harvard University

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Drawing on his ground-breaking work on poverty and development, Professor Sen will examine some of the biggest economic and moral issues facing anti-poverty campaigners today.

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