Some of our current research
Our research is both theoretical and applied, and addresses many major social issues. We often take a life-cycle approach, using panel and birth-cohort data to link early-life events to later-life outcomes. Our research is also interdisciplinary, mixing Economics, Psychology and the Life Sciences. We aim to provide a better understanding of individual and societal well-being, and suggest policies.
The Group in Numbers
1Full Professor of Economics
1Guest Professor in Economics and Psychology