CWiPP Working Paper Series

The Working Paper Series offers a medium to place relevant research material in the public domain for discussion. Comments are welcomed and should be addressed to the individual author(s). Copyright and all rights therein are retained by the author(s). If you are interested in submitting a paper for consideration, please contact one of the series editors (below).

The CWiPP Working Paper editors are:

Ref Title Author(s)
9-2017 The implications of ‘therapeutic entrepreneurialism’ for evidence and expertise in the education politics of wellbeing Kathryn Ecclestone
8-2016 Well-being and Social Justice: In Defence of the Capabilities Approach Annie Austin
7-2016 Happiness, Social Cohesion and Income Inequalities in Britain and Japan Dimitris Ballas
6-2016 Enjoyment and Wellbeing John Haworth
5-2016 Between Policies and Life: The Politics of Buen Vivir in Contemporary Ecuador Daniela Bressa Florentin
4-2015 Can work-life balance policies foster happiness in the family? A comparison of traditional versus new family arrangements Álvaro Martínez-Pérez
3-2015 Evidence, policy and wellbeing Ian Bache
2-2015 Global initiatives in measuring human wellbeing: convergence and difference J. Allister McGregor
1-2015 Is wellbeing a useful concept for progressives? Charles Seaford