The Centre for Well-being in Public Policy (CWiPP) considers how peopleĀ“s health and well-being can be defined, measured and improved in ways that help policy-makers determine the best use of scarce resources, and to investigate the determinants of well-being insofar as these are relevant to policy formulation.

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The Centre is truly interdisciplinary, bringing together people from such disciplines as economics, psychology, geography, architecture, criminology and public health.

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The Centre  host a number of events. These are a forum for sharing on-going research in the area of well-being as well as to facilitate collboration across the disciplines represented in CWiPP.

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