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University of Warwick
University of Bristol
'Wellbeing Data Science'
University of British Columbia
'It's Time for Happiness'
Paris School of Economics
University of Oxford
Former Cabinet Secretary & Head of the Civil Service
Director, What Works Wellbeing
Cabinet Office / Former Chief Economist, Bank of England
Chair, Social Impacts Task Force
Economic Advisor, UK Government Economic Service, DEFRA
London School of Economics
University of Cambridge
Vice-President, John Templeton Foundation
Vice-President, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
CEO, Carnegie Trust
University of Oxford; Happier Lives Institute
Director, The Leverhulme Trust
Director of Mental Health, Wellcome Trust
Director, Action for Happiness
President, Blue Zones Institute
National League of Cities
Author, 'The Well-Tempered City'
Director of Research, McKinsey & Co
EMEA CEO & Global COO, MediaCom
Senior Vice President of ESG, Indeed
Global Wellbeing Initiative
Wellbeing Economy Alliance
Senior Partner & Global Head of Public Sector, Gallup
World Happiness Report
Prime Minister of Iceland
* The policy events are generously supported by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation
'Machine Learning and Human Wellbeing'
'What Do Responses to Life Satisfaction Scales Mean? Evidence from Cognitive Interviewing'
'Global Evidence of Decreasing Satisfaction Gradient'
'Happy to Help: The Welfare Effects of a Nationwide Micro-Volunteering Programme'
'Back to Edgeworth? Estimating the Value of Time Using Hedonic Experiences'
'Parental Leave, Fertility and Wellbeing'
'Does the Dream of Home Ownership Rest Upon Biased Beliefs? A Test Based on Predicted and Realized Life Satisfaction'
'The Human Cost of COVID-19: CEO Acknowledgment of the Costs of Crisis and its Effect on Company Financial Value During Economic Turbulence'
'Happiness Without a Financial Safety Net: Low Income Predicts Emotional Volatility'
'The #BeeWell Project: Making Young People's Wellbeing Everybody's Business'
The Subjective Wellbeing of Children in Care of the State'
'Effects of Teaching Practices on Life Satisfaction and Test Scores: Evidence from the Program of International Student Assessment (PISA)'
'Taking the Pulse of Nations: A Biometric Measure of Well-being'
'The Current State of the Art in the Population Measurement of Well-being Through Twitter'
'Mbyá Guarani's teko porã: An Indigenous Perspective on Wellbeing and Obstacles to Measure It'
'Lockdown, Infection, and Mental Well-being in China'
'Developing Preference-Based Wellbeing Index: Discrete Choice Experiments from Five Developed Countries'
'Group Singing as an Effective Wellbeing Intervention for Older Adults'
'Adopting Telework. The Causal Impact of Working from Home on Subjective Well-being in 2020'
'People Versus Machines: The Impact of Being in an Automatable Job on Australian Workers' Mental Health and Life Satisfaction'
'Workplace Happiness and Employee Recruitment: Evidence from a Field Experiment'
'Exploring the Relationship Between Violence and Subjective Wellbeing: Evidence from Nyarugusu Refugee Camp in Tanzania'
'Community Power and Its Connection to Positive Wellbeing and Health in Places of Multiple Deprivation'
Response Functions Around the Globe: Cultural Differences in Cognitive Evaluations of Life'