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Organised by Dr Christian Krekel, Professor Richard Layard and Dr Jan-Emmanuel De Neve

Unless stated otherwise, seminars are held on Thursdays from 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Seminars are free and open to all

The CEP Wellbeing Programme holds regular seminars in its Enjoyment of Life series. The aim is to foster an interdisciplinary debate involving economists, psychologists, other social scientists, epidemiologists and clinical scientists to evaluate the strength of evidence linking wellbeing, biology, and health, the suitability of different research paradigms, and the social and health implications of this work. Each seminar will consist of a research presentation followed by discussion, with refreshments. [Past seminars]
All seminars, unless otherwise stated, will be held at CEP, 2nd floor meeting room (2.04), 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields, WC2A 3PH. If you are an external visitor to LSE, please bring a copy of the email reminder with you.

For any enquiries, please contact Tajender Sagoo, either by email: t.sagoo@lse.ac.uk or telephone: +44 (0)20 7955 6648

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Thursday  07 May 2020  13:00 - 14:00


Reto Odermatt (CEP and Basel)

32L 2.04, 2nd Floor Conference Room, LSE, 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3PH
Thursday  14 May 2020  13:00 - 14:00

How Should We Measure Well-Being in the Digital Economy?

Avinash Collis (MIT)

Thursday  21 May 2020  15:00 - 16:00
Note change in Time

Delayed Negative Effects of Pro-Social Spending on Happiness

Thomas Graeber (Harvard)

Thursday  28 May 2020  13:00 - 14:00

Happy Caregivers, Better-Off Children? An Analysis Using the Young Lives Longitudinal Survey

Lajos Kossuth (Warwick)

Thursday  11 June 2020  13:00 - 14:00

Peer Gender Composition and Mental Health

Armando Meier (Chicago)

Thursday  18 June 2020  13:00 - 14:00

Eudaimonic Well-Being and the Trump Vote: Unearthing the Psychological Roots of Racialized Economics

Mark Fabian (Cambridge)