Paul Anand is a Professor of Economics at the Open University and Research Associate in Oxford University and the London School of Economics. He was the Royal Economics Society’s first Post-Doctoral Research Fellow and has held affiliations in Oxford, Cambridge and York Universities. His research has covered the foundations of subjective expected utility theory, risk, fairness and currently focusses on the capability approach to welfare economics and happiness across the life course.
Publications include papers in the Economic Journal, Journal of Public Economics, Theory and Decision and Oxford Economic Papers as well as books published by Oxford University Press. He has been amember of several journal boards, two ESRC committees, an NHS research funding body, Pro Bono Economics and in 2013 worked with the Statistics Directorate of the OECD on research conferences in Paris.
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