Measurement really matters: discussion paper 2

Professor Felicia A. Huppert argues that if wellbeing is multi-dimensional, it needs to be measured in a multi-dimensional way.

This discussion paper is part of our Measuring Wellbeing series, we’re taking you through perspectives from practice, academia and policy, highlighting successes, views and challenges. We have case studies of organisations that are measuring and evaluating what really matters; academic perspectives on how we can measure wellbeing well; and views from policy of how these options work in practice.

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discussion paper

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