Nobel prize economics winners 2019
The country is proud Nobel Prize Economics for Indian Nationals after 21 years.
The Nobel Prize greeted a man of Indian origin.
The award was given to Abhijit Banerjee in Economics.
He is the second Indian to receive the Nobel Prize in Economics.
- Nobel Prize for Excellence in Economics
- This includes a person of Indian origin
- His name is Abhijit Banerjee
- He is the second Indian to receive the Nobel Prize.
- The Nobel Prize. There is no need to specify how important this is.
- This is a very important award. Now the award is a tribute to a person of Indian origin.
Who IS Abhijit Banerjee?
Abhijit Banerjee was born in 1961
He was born in Mumbai. Educated in Kolkata.
He graduated from Harvard University with a PhD.
He is an economics professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the US.
Why did you get the Nobel Prize?
The Nobel Prize does not come true. If anything is achieved, anything else is given.
The Nobel Prize is awarded to scientists who have contributed to human society by striving for revolutionary change through special efforts and research in various fields.
And what would Abhijit Banerjee have got the Nobel Prize for? He was awarded the Nobel Prize for his work on poverty alleviation.
It will be presented at the Stockholm of Sweden’s capital, Nobel, on December 10.
21 years later
This is the second time an Indian-born person has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics.
In 1998, Amartya Sen won the Nobel Prize for the first time in India.
He was also awarded the Welfare Economics Award. Now Abhijit Banerjee has won the award again.
He is also a consultant to the Congress’s Nye Scheme announced ahead of the 2019 general election.
He also opposed Modi’s decision to cancel the banknotes. It warned that the economy would suffer.
The same award got for both husband and wife the Nobel Prize in Economics.
The award went to Esther Dufflow and Michael Kremer.
It is noteworthy that Abhijit and Esther are husband and wife here.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee congratulated Abhijit Banerjee on Twitter for winning the Nobel Prize.