23. ilb 06. – 16.09.2023

Angus Deaton

born in 1945 in Edinburgh, Scotland, studied economics at Cambridge University, where he also obtained his doctorate. Currently an economics professor at Princeton University, his fields of research include health and development economics and microeconomics and consumer behavior, i.e. individual consumption decisions. In October 2015 Deaton was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his analysis of poverty, consumption and economic well-being.


Economics and Consumer Behavior

[Mit John Muellbauer]

Cambridge University Press

New York, 1980

The Analysis of Household Surveys

Johns Hopkins University Press for the World Bank

Baltimore, 1997

The Great Escape

Health, Wealth, and the Origins of Inequality

Princeton University Press

Princeton, 2013