Wellbeing Research Centre
Promoting human wellbeing through development
The main purpose of the Wellbeing Research Centre is to provide a platform through which its activities at the Richmond Business School may be coordinated and promoted. The Wellbeing Research Cluster, the forerunner to the Centre, was set up during academic year 2013-4 in order to encourage and promote discussion and debate on all matters relating to wellbeing research. The Centre will continue this work and expand it. At the Centre, wellbeing is defined in its broadest sense and as such the definition sets very little disciplinary boundaries within the areas of business, economics and finance, management, marketing, etc. This broad approach intends to enable members, and others associated with the Centre, to reflect on a variety of issues of concern and interest relating to the exploration of the relationship between wellbeing and the economic condition.
Events blog: http://wellbeingcreates.org/
The Wellbeing Research Centre is led by Professor Parviz Dabir-Alai.