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Karl Overdick
PhD student. University of Oxford.
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Wellbeing Research Centre Jul 21
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Wellbeing Research Centre Jul 19
Great research insights on digital being shared today thanks to with and many others... To be continued! 😀
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Dr Marike Schiffer Jul 3
Delighted to share a really exciting Stage 1 RR at : ' field experiment in Kenya testing whether time-saving vouchers increase subjective well-being & lower perceived stress & relationship conflict compared to cash transfers
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ESRC May 14
Funding opportunity: ESRC, What Works Wellbeing and are pleased to invite proposals for innovative research projects that focus on a wide range of methodologies and approaches to understanding and measuring wellbeing -
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Karl Overdick Mar 4
Income comparisons affect happiness: Evidence from a natural experiment in Norway
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Nick Powdthavee Feb 20
So, despite the recent attacks on the use of happiness scales, we were able to show that many of the previous findings, including the Easterlin Paradox, hold when we focused on the median rather than the mean of the SWB data. You can find our WP here:
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Michael Plant Feb 14
and I sharing a beautiful moment...
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World Economic Forum Jan 24
Because happiness matters. Read more:
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Johannes Haushofer Jan 16
Important cautionary tale on CBT in Chilean schools by and : no effects on mental health and disruptiveness of eligibles, negative spillovers on ineligibles
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Healthy Minds In Schools Jan 9
Teaching in schools has a verifiable impact. evaluated our project and results are in. The curriculum increased pupils’ health, life satisfaction, & behaviour by up to 10%.
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Jan-Emmanuel De Neve Jan 2
Ever since the Trump and Brexit votes, I make it a point to check out from time to time. This analysis by strikes a balance rarely seen in our polarized world--can the notion of wellbeing bridge political factions?
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What Works Wellbeing Dec 17
Few things matter to our overall wellbeing more than work. Having a job matters for more than just the money and good quality work is miles better. Some parts of the UK do this better than others. analysis of of what matters is below.
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Karl Overdick Dec 11
Wellbeing and company success using text analytics on big data (glassdoor): wellbeing pays.
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Karl Overdick Dec 8
"Advances and Open Questions in the Science of Subjective Well-Being"
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Max Smeets Dec 7
Oxford is gonna set up a new college focusing on AI and environmental change
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Karl Overdick Nov 22
Auditors who are more satisfied with their job recognize more accounting irregularities according to research using glassdoor.
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Karl Overdick Nov 13
Wellbeing in the gig economy
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Karl Overdick Nov 4
Mental health needs to be taken more seriously in Economics departments
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Karl Overdick Nov 4
Summary of happiness economics
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Karl Overdick Oct 10
Community positively related to wellbeing
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