One of Nobel laureates in the economy is Bengali of Indian origin. His name is Abhijit Bandopadhyay. The other two are Abhit’s wife,French citizen Esther Duflo and US citizen Michael Kremer.
Bangladesh Time announced the award at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences on Monday (Oct 14) at 9:30 pm. These three economists have been awarded the Nobel Prize for recognition of their contribution to poverty reduction through the development economy. They will receive 1.1 million US dollars for the honor.
In fact, Abhijeet won the Nobel Prize as the 4th Bengali. Abigail’s position as Bengali economist is second only to Noble. Earlier Amartya Sen received the same honor.
The Nobel Prize has been started in various categories since the beginning of the year. This is the 5th time this award has been announced. This year’s Nobel Prize distribution ends with the announcement of the Nobel Laureate in Economy on Monday, Oct 14.
Abhijit Bandopadhyay was born in Mumbai in India in the 5th. His father, Deepak Bandopadhyay was the head and professor of economics at the Presidency College, Kolkata and his mother Nirmala Banerjee was a professor of economics at the Center for Studies in Social Sciences, Kolkata.
Abhijeet’s wife Astha is a Nobel laureate in the world’s youngest economy. She is the second woman in the economy to win the Nobel Prize. Elinor Ostrom, 25, had previously received it. (Daily Jagoron )
News Room, Oct 15, 2019