For the first time, this week the Office for National Statistics released the latest personal...Read More
We start 2019 with an ambitious new series of evidence projects at the Centre. Each piece of...Read More
The purpose of our economic growth is to improve the quality of life and prosperity of people in the UK. This budget has some potential wellbeing gains, but also misses some opportunities which we set out yesterday. The...Read More
Over 50 years of research has told us how we can improve wellbeing through Government policy. Will these feature in the budget? Work and the Economy Think creatively about incentivising ‘good jobs’ This budget needs to...Read More
Portfolio total project costs: £2,773,050128 Total funding received from BIG: £2,530,498129 Total...Read More
Aligning Public Policy with the Way People Want to Live – The New Zealand Treasury’s Living Standards Framework
Wellbeing is being embraced by policy makers around the world and this week we welcome colleagues...Read More
Jan Emmanuel De Neve from our cross cutting evidence programme shows the very latest data and insights on the relationship between happiness and economic growth in this new TEDx talk. Many global institutions and governments use...Read More
This post first appeared on the Huffington Post For six years Lord Gus O‘Donnell was the most powerful person in British politics most people had never heard of. As cabinet secretary, he headed up the civil service, presided...Read More
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