TITLE: 2013 Kellogg Biennial Lecture on Jurisprudence by Amartya Sen
SPEAKER: Amartya Sen
EVENT DATE: 11/07/2013
FORMAT: Video + Captions
RUNNING TIME: 85 minutes
TRANSCRIPT: View Transcript (link will open in a new window)
The Kellogg Biennial Lecture on Jurisprudence presents the most distinguished contributors to international jurisprudence, judged through writings, reputation, and broad and continuing influence on contemporary legal scholarship. The series has been generously endowed by Frederic and Molly Kellogg. This year's speaker is Amartya Sen, who lectures on "Justice: Disagreement and Objectivity."
Speaker Biography: Amartya Sen was born in India and educated at Presidency College, Calcutta and Trinity College, Cambridge. His research has included work on social choice theory and welfare economics (for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1998), as well as development economics, causation of famines, theory of measurement, and moral and political philosophy. Sen has served as president of the Econometric Society, the American Economic Association, the Indian Economic Association and the International Economic Association.