The main purpose of this blog is to provide a platform through which the activities of the Wellbeing Research Centre* (WRC) at Richmond University can be promoted. The WRC was set up during academic year 2013-2014 in order to encourage discussion and debate on all matters relating to wellbeing research, with wellbeing defined quite broadly. A particular interest of the blog is the dissemination and discussion of issues relating to relationships between wellbeing and the economic condition.
Please visit this site for updates on forthcoming activities relating to research on wellbeing, and related issues, promoted by the WRC.
The WRC’s membership consists of Parviz Dabir-Alai ([email protected]), Nicola Mann ([email protected]), David Munyinyi ([email protected]), Nastaran Norouzi ([email protected]), and Sabine Spangenberg ([email protected]).
Other full members: Paul Fisher (Visiting Professor at Richmond, Chair of the London Bullion Market Association, and formerly member of the MPC @ the Bank of England); and Peter Grant (Visiting Professor at Richmond, Senior Fellow at Agulhas Applied Knowledge, formerly of DFID, Tearfund and Restored). Associate members comprise all faculty engaged with the Business School at Richmond University as well as students pursuing programs there.
* The Cluster became a Centre in September 2016.