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Jan-Emmanuel De Neve Aug 19
Glad to contribute to program on the socio-economic drivers of happiness alongside my wonderful colleagues & . It runs today at 1.30pm UK with podcast available from same BBC site👇 in action 🙌
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Saïd Business School Aug 16
Tune into at 1.30pm today to hear discuss the role of socio-economic context in shaping individual happiness and other insights from the .
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Wellbeing Research Centre Aug 5
“Growth for the sake of growth is no longer translating to further ” says “It’s probably not a coincidence that nations like New Zealand, the UK and other relatively well-off countries are moving beyond GDP” in action 😀
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Wellbeing Research Centre Jul 30
Outstanding case for why ought to be at the heart of policy-making! Is it a coincidence that women are leading the nations currently spearheading the "beyond GDP" movement?? Probably not... , and 👏😀
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Harris Manchester Jul 29
Great new article in featuring Prof Jan de Neve (and team's) latest research, 'Employee happiness and business success are linked'
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thinkcity Jul 26
Does it make economic sense to put well-being at the heart of policy-making in cities? 🤔🌆 Associate Professor at and Director at , says yes & he will be talking more about this during his keynote speech at
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Henry G Overman Jul 25
We're looking for a Research Economist for Wellbeing project working with Andrew Clarke and Richard Layard. Deadline 22nd August:
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Willem Kuyken Jul 25
Come and at work @OMCmindfulness Research Centre . We have two posts available: Senior Postdoctoral Fellow - Postdoctoral fellow, part-time -
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Jan-Emmanuel De Neve Jul 24
How threatening are transformations of reported happiness to subjective wellbeing research? See this response to paper by Bond & Lang
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Wellbeing Research Centre Jul 19
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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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Oxford University Jul 18
How has happiness evolved over the past decade? 😊 The 2019 World Happiness Report, which focuses on happiness and the community, launched in March. , , explains more in his blog:
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Wellbeing Research Centre Jul 8
😀📢 Do you want to develop the wellbeing research agenda and join a dynamic group with global impact? We are recruiting a Centre Manager for the new Research Centre at Oxford! Apply by July 15 👇
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Wellbeing Research Centre Jul 8
And here's the key figure from the research 👇
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CEP Jun 24
Little is known about how to effectively raise mental wellbeing in local communities. New CEP publication by Christian Krekel & Lord Richard Layard evaluates a local community course that raises mental wellbeing and pro-sociality.
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Robert Dur Jun 22
Happiness and Voting: Evidence from Elections in Europe 1973-2014 by George Ward. Forthcoming in American Journal of Political Science
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Christopher Burr Jun 10
Our new discussion paper (w/ the excellent and tireless ), which uses AI4People's ( ) five principles for AI ethics to explore some the challenges of digital technologies for mental health is now live on SSRN:
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Harris Manchester Jun 3
👂Listen out for Fellow on The Why Factor at 1.30pm today! Looking at , and asking why it can be so hard to get people to feel good about them. 📻 Listen again (after 1.30pm):
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