A second case of plagiarism committed by Jose Antonio Romero Tellaechecurrent director of the Center for Economic Research and Teaching (CIDE). On this occasion, Tellaeche took paragraphs from the article “Is Nationalism a Boon or a Curse?”, written by the Indian economist Amartya Senwinner of Nobel Prize in Economics.
Amartya Sen was born in Santiniketan, India, in 1933. His father was a chemistry teacher. Sen studied at Presidency College in what is now called Kolkata (formerly Calcutta), Trinity College and Cambridge, where he earned his master’s and doctorate degrees.
Since the mid-1950s, the economist began his career as a professor at universities in India such as Delhi and Jadavpur. He also taught at the London School of Economics in Oxford and in 1988 moved to become a professor of economics and philosophy at Harvard, notes the encyclopedia Britannica.
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It was in 1998 that the Nobel Foundation awarded him the Nobel Prize in Economics for “his contributions to welfare economics.”
“One of Amartya Sen’s focuses is research on how individual values can be considered for collective decision-making and how well-being and poverty can be measured,” reads the official Nobel Prize website.
Sen’s contributions are in the area of welfare and famine, a situation that he experienced first-hand at the age of nine, when the Bengali famine occurred in 1943, which claimed the lives of three million people, “unnecessary” losses that could have been avoided with a better distribution of food in India, the economist would conclude some time later, reports Britannica, an encyclopedia of which Sen was part of the editorial board.
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The encyclopedia points out that the Nobel’s work influenced governments and international organizations in the way they tackle famine, a scenario that could not have a place in functional democracies, according to the economist.
In 2008, India donated $4.5 million to Harvard to create the Amartya Sen Scholarship Fund, to give Indian students the opportunity to study at the prestigious university.
Sen is currently married to Emma Rothschild, a Harvard history professor and heiress to the Rothschild banking dynasty.
“Development as Freedom” (2001), “The Idea of Justice” (2010), “Inequality Reexamined” (1995), “Poverty an Famines: An Essay on Entitlement and Deprivation” (1982), “On Ethics & Economics” ( 1987) and “Home in the World. A Memoir” (2021), are some of the books published by him.
Romero Tellaeche and plagiarism
The plagiarism carried out by Dr. José Antonio Romero Tellaeche, general director of the Center for Economic Research and Teaching (CIDE), was reported by the economist Mauricio Romero.
Mauricio, who is also a professor at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM), denounced and published the evidence of José Antonio’s plagiarism through Twitter.
According to what was reported, Tellaeche did not credit or quote complete paragraphs of the article “Is Nationalism a Boon or a Curse?”, which would have been published in 2008 by Amartya Sen, he also plagiarized “The inheritance of the neoliberal experiment” that was published in 2020 in the magazine “El Trimestre Economico”, which is directed by the Economic Culture Fund.
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