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In the Library: Articles

North, James. "Sen's sensibility," Nation (12/6/99):37-41. Review essay on Development as Freedom, good introduction to Sen's thought about basic issues: famine, population, gender, freedom & democracy & critique of his attitude toward global corporations.

Sen, Amartya. "How is India doing?" NY Review (12/16/82).

__________. "More than 100 million women are missing," NY Review (12/20/90). Discusses consequences of Kerala's radical democratic politics for diminished discrimination against women.

__________. "Missing women," British Medical Journal 304 (3/7/92).

__________. "Population: delusion & reality," NY Review (9/22/94). Improved circumstance of Keralan women produces greater decline in fertility rate than do coercive practices in China.

__________. "Fertility & coercion," University of Chicago Law Review 63 (sum 96).

__________. "Missing women revisited," British Medical Journal 327 (12/6/03).

__________. "Passage to China," NY Review (12/2/04):61-65. What India & China have learned from one another during past 1500 years & more, & can learn from each other today.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Alkire, Sabina. Valuing Freedoms: Sen's Capability Approach & Poverty Reduction (NY: Oxford, 2002).

Basu, K.; B. Pattanaik & K. Suzumura. Choice, Welfare & Development: A Festschrift in Honor of Amartya K. Sen (NY: Oxford, 1995).

Anand, Sudhir & Amartya Sen. Sustainable Human Development: Concepts & Priorities (NY: UN Development Program, 1996).

Nussbaum, Martha & Amartya Sen (eds.) The Quality of Life (NY: Oxford, 1993).

Sen, Amartya. Poverty & Famines: An Essay on Entitlement & Deprivation (NY: Oxford, 1982).

__________ & Bernard Williams (eds.) Utilitarianism & Beyond (NY: Cambridge, 1982).

__________. Resources, Values, & Development (Oxford: Blackwell, 1984).

__________ & Jean Drèze. Hunger & Public Action (Oxford: Clarendon, 1989).

__________ & Jean Drèze (eds.) The Political Economy of Hunger (NY: Oxford, 1990).

__________. Public Action to Remedy Hunger (NY: Hunger Project, 1990).

__________. Inequality Reexamined (NY: Russell Sage, 1992).

__________; Jean Drèze & Athar Hussain (eds.) The Political Economy of Hunger: Selected Essays (NY: Oxford, 1995).

__________. Our Culture, Their Culture: Satyajit Ray Memorial Lecture (Calcutta: Nandan, 1996).

__________. Hunger in the Contemporary World (London: London School of Economics, 1997).

__________ & Jean Drèze (eds.) The Amartya Sen & Jean Drèze Omnibus: Comprising Poverty & Famines, Hunger & Public Action & India: Economic Development & Social Opportunity (NY: Oxford, 1999).

__________. Beyond the Crisis: Development Strategies in Asia (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1999).

__________. Development as Freedom (NY: Knopf, 1999).

__________ & Jean Drèze. India: Development & Participation (NY: Oxford, 2002).

Sinha, Ajit Kumar & Raj Kumar Sen. Economics of Amartya Sen (New Delhi: Deep & Deep, 2000).

van Staveren, Irene & Des Gasper. Development as Freedom: Contributions & Shortcomings of Amartya Sen's Development Philosophy for Feminist Economics (The Hague: Institute of Social Studies, 2002).

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CD & Audio

Film & Video

"Amartya Sen: A Life Reexamined" [2003], dir. Suman Ghosh, 53m. From First Run/Icarus.

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