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“Well-being and Public Economics”

A workshop in honour of Ronnie Schöb’s 60th birthday


Our third interdisciplinary workshop dedicated to research on well-being honours Ronnie Schöb’s seminal work on the implications of well-being research for public policy. After over a year of seeing each other mostly online, we look forward to coming together in person.

Date: 28th-29th January 2022
Location: Leucorea, Lutherstadt Wittenberg

There will be two distinguished lectures:

Keynote lecture: Alois Stutzer (Universität Basel)

Birthday lecture: Ronnie Schöb (Freie Universität Berlin)

Workshop program

Past Workshops

In 2019, soon-to-be members of BeWell met for the first time at Freie Universität to exchange their work and ideas on well-being research across disciplines. The presentations investigated how subjective well-being is related to unemployment, overeducation, age and green self-image amongst others. You can find all information on the presentations in our workshop program of 2019.

The great success of the workshop was reflected in the official founding of the Berlin Network of Research on Well-being in 2020.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic our second workshop had to be postponed to 2021 and was organized as a series of weekly online sessions at the beginning of the year. It featured interesting talks on the impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Well-being, the value of household work and the causal effect of emotions on anti-immigration sentiments, amongst others. You can find the entire workshop program here.