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Minor Economics of Well-being

This 15-ECTS course for Bachelor-3 students connects economics and other social sciences with its ultimate purpose: understanding and improving human well-being. Core questions that are covered in this minor include: What makes whom happy? Do people make optimal choices to achieve their well-being goals? If not, how can people be supported in optimizing their well-being? How to create thriving organizations and societies with flourishing employees and citizens? And, how do happier and healthier citizens and employees stimulate better societal outcomes and organizational performance? This course provides future economists, policy-makers, business leaders, HR specialists, psychologists, and related professions with fundamental expertise in a world where well-being has become a primary theme in organizational and public policies.

Seminar Behaviour, Health, and Well-being

In this 12 ECTS course for Bachelor-3 students, students learn to combine the knowledge and skills obtained in the major courses to analyse and possibly influence behaviour related to health and wellbeing.

Master's theses - Erasmus School of Economics

I supervise theses in the field of happiness economics at the department of Applied Economics, and I supervise theses of students from other faculties on request.

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