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Monday, 15 September 2008

CWiPP seminar programme for Autumn 2008


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Posted by Andy

Below is the CWiPP seminar programme for Autumn 2008. We have some great speakers on a diverse range of topics and it should be a great seminar series. For further information contact Donna Rowen d.rowen@sheffield.ac.uk


CWiPP, the Centre for Well-being in Public Policy considers how people´s health and well-being can be defined, measured and improved in ways that help policy-makers determine the best use of scarce resources, and to investigate the determinants of well-being insofar as these are relevant to policy formulation. For further details on CWiPP see https://webmail.shef.ac.uk/horde/util/go.php?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.shef.ac.uk%2Fcwipp%2F&Horde=6bb968c5a5d80bc882dac26acc793215


Thursday 25th September 1300-1430

Professor Stephen Wood Institute for Work Psychology, University of Sheffield

High Involvement Management, Work Enrichment, Well-being and Productivity: An Analysis using WERS2004

Richard Roberts Building, seminar room RRB-A87


Wednesday 8th October
1230-1400


Professor Danny Dorling Department of Geography, University of Sheffield

Ignorance, Want, Idleness, Disease and Squalor: some suggestions for mapping the modern equivalents of these old evils

Portobello Centre, seminar room PC-SRB57B


Date to be confirmed: either 28th or 29th October

Dr Caroline Oates and Dr Jo Padmore Management School, University of Sheffield

Researching a new typology of green consumers

TBA



Thursday 6th November
1230-1400


Dr Paula Lorgelly
Public Health and Health policy,
University of Glasgow

TBA

Regent Court, lecture rooms 1 & 2


For further information please contact Donna Rowen D.Rowen@sheffield.ac.uk or Aki Tsuchiya A.Tsuchiya@sheffield.ac.uk

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