Nobel Prize-winning economist Sir Angus Deaton to speak at William Davidson Institute event
DATE: 4-6 p.m., Oct. 5, 2017.
EVENT: “What Should We Do About Global Poverty?”
Sir Angus Deaton, the Dwight D. Eisenhower Professor of Economics at Princeton University, is a Nobel Prize-winning economist whose work has changed how many think about both global wealth and poverty. His research includes work on poverty, inequality, health, well-being and economic development.
He received the Nobel Prize in 2015 for his research into how the consumption of goods and services plays a critical role in human welfare. In 2016, Deaton, a native of Scotland, was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II for his service in the fields of economics and international affairs.
A discussion and question/answer period will follow Deaton’s talk, which is part of the William Davidson Institute’s year-long celebration of its 25th anniversary.
PLACE: University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, Robertson Auditorium, 701 Tappan Ave., Ann Arbor.
The event is free and open to the public. Media are asked to RSVP to Scott Anderson, 734-615-4560, firstname.lastname@example.org.