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Assessing data quality in a Big convenience sample of work wellbeing

World Happiness Report 2024: An Asia-Pacific Perspective

Join Editors, contributing authors and other wellbeing experts at the Asian launch of the World Happiness Report, hosted online by Prof Shun Wang of Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University.

The World Happiness Report is a partnership of Gallup, the Oxford Wellbeing Research Centre, the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, and the WHR’s Editorial Board. The report is produced under the editorial control of the WHR Editorial Board.

Those interested in attending this event are encouraged to reserve their free space via Zoom.

The business case for an investment in wellbeing

The World Wellbeing Movement is delighted to announce its first-ever Insights webinar on the topic of workplace wellbeing.

Prof Jan-Emmanuel De Neve, Director of the Wellbeing Research Centre at the University of Oxford and co-founder of the World Wellbeing Movement, will lay out the latest evidence for why an investment in workplace wellbeing is not just the morally right thing to do: but the financially sensible approach, too.

Join us via Zoom at 4.00pm GMT (UTC+0) on Tuesday 21 November to hear some of the latest insights which you can use to inform your organisation’s approach to wellbeing.

Register for free via Zoom.

Creating Strategic Wellbeing at Work

Causal identification with subjective outcomes

Twins, Income and Happiness: Evidence from China

Using memories to assess the intrapersonal comparability of wellbeing reports

Using memories to test the interpersonal compatibility of wellbeing reports

Aversion to inequalities in subjective wellbeing: an online survey of the UK public

Emotions, Risk Attitudes and Patience

Social Capital Reduces the Impact of Social Comparisons on Subjective Well-being: Evidence from International Datasets