Partha Dasgupta is the Frank Ramsey Professor Emeritus of Economics at Cambridge University. His research interests include the economics of poverty and nutrition and environmental economics. He is the author of Discounting Climate Change, Economics: A Very Short Introduction and Human Well-Being and the Natural Environment (OUP).
Getting India wrong: Critics and supporters of the country’s economic liberalisation make the same error–they forget about pollution and population, says Partha Dasgupta
Lab report: The dwindling brigade of climate change sceptics, up against an overwhelming scientific consensus, are now turning to economics.…
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