Partha Sarathi Dasgupta

Partha Dasgupta

Data di nascita 17/11/1942
Luogo Dacca, East Bengal (India) 
Nomina 22/12/1997
Disciplina Economia
Titolo Frank Ramsey Professor of Economics, Università di Cambridge e Professore di economia ambientale e dello sviluppo, Università di Manchester

Principali premi, riconoscimenti e accademie
Membro, Econometric Society, 1975; Membro, British Academy, 1989; Membro straniero onorario, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1991; Membro straniero, Reale Accademia delle Scienze svedese, 1991; Membro straniero, US National Academy of Sciences, 2001; Membro, Third World Academy of Sciences, 2001; Membro, Royal Society, 2004; Membro straniero, American Philosophical Society, 2005; Membro straniero, Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, 2009; Membro, Academia Europaea, 2009; Membro onorario, London School of Economics, 1994; Membro onorario, American Economic Association, 1997; Andrew D. White Professor-at-Large, Cornell University, 2007-2013; Professore onorario di Economia Ambientale e del Clima, Università di Copenaghen, 2008-. Presidente, European Economic Association, 1999; Presidente, Royal Economic Society, 1998-2001; Presidente, Sezione F (Economia), Festival della Scienza della BA (British Association for the Advancement of Science), 2006; Presidente, European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 2010-2011. Premio Volvo per l’Ambiente 2002 (insieme a K.-G. Mäler); Vincitore (con G.M. Heal) del Premio "Publication of Enduring Quality 2003" dell’Association of Environmental and Resource Economists per il libro Economic Theory and Exhaustible Resources (Cambridge University Press, 1979); Premio Biennale Kenneth E. Boulding dell’International Society for Ecological Economics, 2004 (insieme a K.-G. Mäler); Premio John Kenneth Galbraith 2007, American Agricultural Economics Association; Vincitore (insieme a E. Maskin) del Premio Biennale Erik Kempe della Kempe Foundation-European Association of Environmental and Resource Economics-Umea University, 2007, per l’articolo, "Uncertainty and Hyperbolic Discounting", American Economic Review, 2005, 95(4), 1290-1299. Knight Bachelor (Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's Birthday Honours List, 2002, per "servizi all’economia"). Doctor, Honoris Causa: Università di Wageningen, 2000; Università Cattolica di Lovanio, 2007; Faculté Universitaire Saint-Louis, 2009; Università di Bologna, 2010.

Pubblicazioni principali
Economic Theory and Exhaustible Resources (with G.M. Heal), James Nisbet and Cambridge University Press, 1979; The Control of Resources, Basil Blackwell (Oxford), Harvard University Press (Cambridge, Mass.) and Oxford University Press (Delhi) 1982; Economic Organizations as Games (co-editor with K. Binmore), Basil Blackwell (Oxford), 1986; The Economics of Bargaining (co-editor with K. Binmore), Basil Blackwell (Oxford), 1987;Economic Policy and Technological Performance (co-editor with P. Stoneman), Cambridge University Press, 1987;An Inquiry into Well-Being and Destitution, Clarendon Press (Oxford), 1993; The Environment and Emerging Development Issues, Vols. I and II (co-editor with K.-G. Mäler), Clarendon Press (Oxford), 1997; The Economics of Transnational Commons (co-editor with K.-G. Mäler and A. Vercelli), Clarendon Press (Oxford), 1997; Creation and Transfer of Knowledge (co-editor with C. Barba Navaretti, K.-G. Mäler and D. Siniscalco), Springer (Berlin), 1998; Social Capital, A Multifaceted Perspective (co-editor with Ismail Serageldin), World Bank (Washington, DC), 2000; Human Well-Being and the Natural Environment, Oxford University Press (Oxford), 2001 (Revised edition, with new Appendix (paperback), March 2004); The Economics of Non-Convex Ecosystems (co-editor with Karl-Göran Mäler), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003; Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Synthesis (with W.V. Reid, H.A. Mooney, A. Cropper et al.), World Resources Institute (Washington, DC: Island Press), 2005, pp. 1-137 (This publication synthesised the findings of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, which has been awarded the Zayed International Prize, 2005);Economics: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 2007 (Translated to date into Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, and German); Povertà, Ambiente e Società (Bologna: il Mulino), 2007 (una raccolta di relazioni su povertà, ambiente e società, tradotti e a cura di Elena Podrecca e Maurizio Zenezini).

Indirizzo professionale

University of Cambridge
Faculty of Economics
Sidgwick Avenue
Cambridge CB3 9DD
Regno Unito

Relazioni

Financial Crises and the World’s Poor (PDF) 2010

Human Rights and Economic Development (PDF) 2009

Social Capital and Personal Identity (PDF) 2008

Comment (PDF) 2007

Doing Well by Our Children (PDF) 2006

Intergenerational Well-Being (PDF) 2004

On the Paper of Professor Stiglitz (PDF) 2003

On the Paper of Professor Winters (PDF) 2003

Sustainable Development: Past Hopes and Present Realizations among the World’s Poor (PDF) 2002

Globalisation and Non-Market Relationships (PDF) 2001

Democracy and Other Goods (PDF) 2000

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