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
Can we be happier?
Richard Layard and George Ward outline how we can boost wellbeing, both through public policy and in our jobs and private lives.
Richard Layard and George Ward
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