As well as his public talk on Monday night, Professor David (Danny) Blanchflower will give the Behavioural Science seminar next Wednesday 25th at 2pm. He will talk about well-being and public policy with most of the session taking the form of a Q+A. If those outside the regular group and MSc students wish to attend, please email me.
Here are some of the suggested talking points devised by Christopher Boyce:
1. What role is there for well-being policy in the UK?
2. What are the barriers for well-being based policy?
3. How can research from individual studies on well-being be translated into policy?
4. What are the main dangers of using well-being research to guide policy?