Library

Below you will find links to download papers and other material that have either been presented at one of our seminars, or that we think may be of interest. In cases where we do not have copyright permission to place an article here, we have linked to the appropriate journal.

Allin P. (2014) ‘New Statistics for Old? – The case of the UK Measuring National Well-being Programme’. Paper presented at Seminar One: The Research Agenda, ESRC Politics of Wellbeing Seminar Series, 31 January 2014, ICOSS, Sheffield.

Anand, P et al. (2014) ‘Measuring Progress and Human Development’,Paper presented at Seminar One: The Research Agenda, ESRC Politics of Wellbeing Seminar Series, 31 January 2014, ICOSS, Sheffield.

Bache, I. ‘Measuring Quality of Life – an idea whose time has come? Agenda-setting dynamics in Britain and the European Union’ Forthcoming in Søraker, J.H., Boer, J., De Rijt, J., Wong, P., and Brey, P. (eds.) Well-Being in Contemporary Society. Dordrecht: Springer

Bache, I. and Reardon, L. (2013) ‘An Idea Whose Time has Come: Explaining the Rise of Well-being in British Politics’, Political Studies, 61 (4), pp. 898-914.

Cabinet Office (2013) Wellbeing Policy and Analysis: An update of Wellbeing Work across Whitehall London: Cabinet Office.

McKinnon, E. (2013) ‘UK Government Approach to Wellbeing’, Paper presented at Seminar One: The Research Agenda, ESRC Politics of Wellbeing Seminar Series, 31 January 2014, ICOSS, Sheffield.

Reardon, L. and Abdallah, S. (2013) ‘Transport and Well-Being: Taking Stock and Looking Forward’, Transport Reviews. 33 (6) pp. 634-657.

Reardon, L and Bache, I. (forthcoming) ‘The Wellbeing Agenda: Implications for Policy’, Forthcoming in the EWIAS (East-West Institute for Advanced Studies Viewpoints journal, special issue on Quality of Life.

Scott, K (2014) ‘Happiness on your doorstep: disputing the boundaries of wellbeing and localism’, Paper presented at Seminar One: The Research Agenda, ESRC Politics of Wellbeing Seminar Series, 31 January 2014, ICOSS, Sheffield.

 

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