Paul Frijters on Happiness in Europe

Happiness should be what policymaker orient themselves towards. It is, in a sense, the ultimate outcome of our every day, and it determines how we see ourselves in the world. At least according to Professor Paul Frijters.

Paul Frijters

London School of Economics

Paul Frijters is a Professorial Research Fellow at the LSE and Project Director of the World Wellbeing Panel specializing in applied micro-econometrics, including labor, happiness, and health economics. Through his work, Professor Frijters has risen to become a prominent research economist and has published over 70 papers in fields including unemployment policy, discrimination, and economic development. Frijters was voted Australia’s best young economist under 40 by the Australian Economic Society.

Paul Frijters

London School of Economics

Paul Frijters is a Professorial Research Fellow at the LSE and Project Director of the World Wellbeing Panel specializing in applied micro-econometrics, including labor, happiness, and health economics. Through his work, Professor Frijters has risen to become a prominent research economist and has published over 70 papers in fields including unemployment policy, discrimination, and economic development. Frijters was voted Australia’s best young economist under 40 by the Australian Economic Society.