On April 20th, Stirling hosted a SIRE Workshop on Value, Well-Being and Decisions. The workshop brought together researchers at different career stages to discuss work in this growing cross-disciplinary area. There was a strong emphasis on discussing potential future collaborative research in this area, and also a particular emphasis on the interplay between well-being research and research on the behavioural economics of time discounting. Scottish-based PhD students in SIRE institutions were eligible to receive their travel expenses. The venue was the management centre in Stirling University.
|Liam Delaney (Stirling)||Stress and Financial Decision-Making|
|Marjon Van Pol (Aberdeen)||Socioeconomic Status, Time Preferences and Health|
|Marie Briguglio (Stirling and Malta)||Determinants of Recycling Behaviour|
|Matt Dickson (UCD)||Education, Preferences and Well-Being|
|Mirko Moro (Stirling)||Environment and Well-Being|
|Panel Discussion on Future Directions in Well-Being and Decision Research|