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Angus Deaton discusses health and inequality on Social Science Bites (a series of interviews with leading social scientists in association with SAGE) with hosts Nigel Warburton and David Edmonds - November 2013. Click here to listen to the podcast. This interview is also available through i-Tunes.

Angus Deaton interviewed by Russ Roberts of the Library of Economics and Liberty on his program EconTalk.org on November 18, 2013 - click here to play the podcast (1:00:23) or download the interview in MP3 format (27.7 MB)

Angus Deaton invited to speak about "The Great Escape: health, wealth and the origins of inequality" at NYU's Development Research Institute on November 1, 2013. Here are some short clips from this event:

Some Things That Would Do Good

It's Not About the Money

What Is to Be Done about Weak State Capacity?

Angus Deaton presents his work "Epidemiology, randomized trails, and the search for what works in economic development at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine - April 11, 2013

A Healthy Economy Based on a Happy Country - Angus Deaton's interview with NPR - February 27, 2013 (audio only)

Angus Deaton talks about Wellbeing at the Nobel Symposium in Stockholm, September 4, 2012
(Please skip ahead, as the first 54 seconds are in Swedish)

Angus Deaton discusses Poor Economics and the problems with Randomized Controlled Trials at NYU (March 2012)

Angus Deaton interviews with the Population Reference Bureau re: Subjective Well-being and Policy (May 2011)