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Social and economic change and well-being

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How should different concepts of well-being affect our understanding of social and economic change? How can well-being be measured? And what impact might these measurement processes have? How does social and economic change influence well-being?  

This is the second in the series of British Academy Debates on Well-being.

Speakers:

Martine Durand, Director of Statistics OECD
Anthony Heath FBA, Emeritus Professor of Sociology University of Oxford
Gareth Williams, Professor of Sociology and Director of the Cardiff Institute of Society, Health and Well-Being
John Wyn Owen,Treasurer of the Learned Society of Wales

Chaired by Nicola Heywood Thomas, BBC Radio Wales

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