Last weekend, a small conference was held to honour Aman Ullah, a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of California, Riverside. I was to have participated in this gathering, but regrettably those plans had to be curtailed.
You'll find the program for the conference here. Aman (wearing a jacket) is front and centre in the picture below:
Aman and I go back a long way, and I remember fondly a period of leave that I spent with him at Western University; and his extended visits to both Monash University and the University of Canterbury. Along the way we managed to co-edit a couple of books together, and to say that I've learned a lot from him would be a huge understatement.
The description "a gentleman and a scholar" sits as well with Aman as with anyone else I can think of.
Thank you, Aman, for your enormous contributions to our discipline, your good humour, and your friendship.