Paul Frijters

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Paul completed his Masters in Econometrics at the University of Groningen, and a PhD in wellbeing economics at the University of Amsterdam. He is now a Professor of Economics and Wellbeing at the London School of Economics, Director of the program into Wellbeing at the Centre for Economic Performance.

He works on many topics in social science and policy.

In 2009 he was voted Australia’s best young economist under 40 by the Australian Economic Society. Now he is past 40.

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