InstEAD co-director Jennifer Roberts has written a piece for the Economic Review on the economics of healthcare. The Economic Review (Hodder Press) is a publication aimed at A-level Economics students and the article analyses the complicated system of universal health care provision in the UK using basic economic principles. These pieces aim to illustrate […]
InstEAD co-director Jennifer Roberts was an invited to give a seminar at the University of York on social media use and children’s wellbeing on 8th November 2017. This follows a string of exposure for her paper on the topic, co-authored with InstEAD colleagues, which showed that children who spend more time social networking online […]
Dr Philip Powell, Research Fellow at the Institute for Economic Analysis of Decision-making (InstEAD) presented his work on the impacts of social media use on young people’s wellbeing to a community group of older adults, at the Stephen Hill Methodist Church, Crosspool, Sheffield.
Philip is one of a number of University of Sheffield academics […]
Dr Philip Powell, Research Fellow in the Institute for Economic Analysis of Decision-making (InstEAD) gave evidence to an inquiry examining the ‘impact of cyberbullying on social media on children and young people’s mental health’ convened by The Children’s Society and Young Minds.
Philip was part a panel that was made up of experts […]
InstEAD affiliate Aki Tsuchiya, with input from InstEAD Research Fellow Philip Powell and the Government Work and Health Unit’s Mark Langdon, has led a novel knowledge exchange project into public preferences for access to cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) by employment status, funded by the University of Sheffield Social Sciences Partnerships, Impact and […]
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