As a What Works Centre and thought leaders in the field of wellbeing, we work to refine theoretical concepts and practical methodologies to build a strong evidence base.
We promote the use and development of harmonised wellbeing measures, to ensure wellbeing evidence is increasingly consistent, robust and useful.
Measuring Wellbeing Series
Through the Measuring Wellbeing Series, we share views contributed by high profile wellbeing researchers and thinkers on topics that advance the field of wellbeing measurement. Ultimately, it aims to promote visibility of key wellbeing concepts and consistency within the field of measurement.
The papers in our Series explore:
- Conceptual and practical developments in the field of subjective wellbeing measurement.
- Key issues or gaps in a range of wellbeing measurement practices that require attention.
- Practical implications for decision-makers in the UK and across OECD countries.
Papers from our Series also inform the development of our evaluation guidance and sector specific microsite.