Angus Deaton greets well-wishers at Princeton University after it was announced that he won the Nobel prize in economics for improving understanding of poverty.
Angus Deaton greets well-wishers at Princeton University after it was announced that he won the Nobel prize in economics for improving understanding of poverty. Mel Evans Associated Press
Angus Deaton greets well-wishers at Princeton University after it was announced that he won the Nobel prize in economics for improving understanding of poverty. Mel Evans Associated Press

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