Angus Deaton, 69, gestures at an Oct. 12 gathering at Princeton University after it was announced that he won the Nobel prize in economics for improving understanding of poverty and how people in poor countries respond to changes in economic policy.
Angus Deaton, 69, gestures at an Oct. 12 gathering at Princeton University after it was announced that he won the Nobel prize in economics for improving understanding of poverty and how people in poor countries respond to changes in economic policy. Mel Evans AP
Angus Deaton, 69, gestures at an Oct. 12 gathering at Princeton University after it was announced that he won the Nobel prize in economics for improving understanding of poverty and how people in poor countries respond to changes in economic policy. Mel Evans AP

Nobel winner focuses on how people behave

October 24, 2015 12:02 AM