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Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto

Stephan Heblich

Vancouver School of Economics, University of British Columbia

John Helliwell

John F. Helliwell is Professor Emeritus in the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia, and Distinguished Fellow of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research. He has been an editor of all ten editions of the World Happiness Report. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and Officer of the Order of Canada.

Resolution Foundation

Kathleen Henehan

Kathleen leads Resolution Foundation’s research on post-16 skills, training and education. She also works on issues related to youth employment and disadvantaged groups in the labour market. Prior to joining Resolution Foundation, Kathleen worked at Universities UK, where she focused on graduate employment outcomes and learning and teaching policy. She has a PhD in Political Science from the London School of Economics.

UCL Social Research Institute

Erin Hengel

Erin is an economist with research interests in applied micro economic theory and gender economics. She is a member of the Royal Economic Society Women’s Committee and has a PhD in economics from the University of Cambridge.

Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University

Andrew Henley

Andrew Henley is Professor of Entrepreneurship and Economics at Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University. He has published extensively on labour economics, regional economics and on small business and entrepreneurship, He is a member of the project teams for both the ESRC Productivity Insights Network and the ESRC Productivity Institute, as well as co-investigator on a current ESRC project on the impact of COVID on self-employment. He has a long and extensive record of policy and business engagement in Wales.

London School of Economics and Political Science

Amanda Henwood

Amanda is a PhD student interested in the links between emotion, cognition and behaviour. She studied psychology to Masters level at the University of St Andrews and has a wealth of practical experience working within health technology and mental health care settings. More specifically, her research focuses on how changes in emotion can be used to facilitate changes cognition and behaviour in order to tackle important social issues and promote wellbeing.