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Academics at Oxford University and the London School of Economics
have been carrying out controlled trials aimed at raising mental well-being among adults. The course run by volunteers from the charity Action for Happiness is being conducted in 19 countries. The results, they say, are "staggering". [23 mins]
The economist on the science of happiness - and how it can help us rethink the world.
In this extract from his new book, Richard Layard
argues for wellbeing as a political goal as well as a personal one.
Exploring the question, 'How do we stop knife crime?', Joanna Bale talks to Kerris Cooper among others, about knife crime, based on CASE SPDO research with Niki Lacey.
You can listen to the podcast here.
The report 'Physical safety and Security: Policies, spending and outcomes 2015-2020' is available here.
Michael Callen is Assistant Professor of Economics and Strategic Management at the Rady Schcool of Management, UC San Diego, specialized in the areas of development economics, political economy, and experimental economics.
He is currently a STICERD Development Economics affiliate and a Visiting Senior Fellow at the Department of Economics
Michael Callen's personal website
Professor Oriana Bandiera
, Director of STICERD and Sir Anthony Atkinson Chair in Economics, will become Co-Editor of Econometrica
from 1 July 2020.
is a journal published by the Econometric Society. The journal began in 1933 with the goal of advancing economic theory in its relation to statistics and mathematics. It publishes original articles in all branches of economics.
For further information, please visit the Econometric Society website