Expertise: Applied Microeconomics, Behavioural Economics, Productivity, Management, Subjective Well-being, Happiness
Biography:George is an Associate of the Wellbeing Programme at CEP. He worked previously as a Research Assistant and then as a Research Economist at the the Centre, and is now studying towards a PhD at MIT. His research interests lie at the intersection of economics and psychology, and his work focuses primarily on well-being in the workplace as well as political economy.
- PhD (in progress), MIT Sloan
- MSc, UCL
- BA, UCL
- The Origins of Happiness: The science of wellbeing over the life course (forthcoming), Princeton University Press