Professor of Economics and Behavioural Science
Andrew Oswald is a Professor of Economics and Behavioural Science at the University of Warwick. His research is principally in applied economics and quantitative social science. It currently includes the empirical study of human happiness, job satisfaction, unemployment, productivity, and the influence of diet on psychological health.. He serves on the board of editors of Science. Previously at Oxford and the London School of Economics, with spells as Lecturer, Princeton University (1983-4); De Walt Ankeny Professor of Economics, Dartmouth College (1989-91); Jacob Wertheim Fellow, Harvard University (2005); Visiting Fellow, Cornell University (2008); Research Director, IZA Bonn (2011-12). He is an ISI Highly-Cited Researcher.
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"Do Women Ask?"
Benjamin Artz, Amanda H. Goodall, and Andrew J. Oswald, September 2016
"Evolution of Well-being and Happiness after Increases in the Consumption of Fruit and Vegetables"
(with Redzo Mujcic), forthcoming in the American Journal of Public Health.
"Antidepressants and Age: A New Form of Evidence for U-Shaped Well-being Through Life"
(with D. Blanchflower). Published in the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2016.
"Happiness and Productivity" with Eugenio Proto, and Daniel Sgroi, University of Warwick, UK, and IZA Bonn, Germany, March 2014. Published in the Journal of Labor Economics, 2015.
"National Well-being Policy and a Weighted Approach to Human Feelings", Published in the journal Ecological Economics, with Gus O'Donnell.
"Boss Competence and Worker Well-being", Forthcoming in the Industrial and Labor Relations Review,
with Benjamin Artz and Amanda H Goodall.
"Longitudinal Evidence for a Midlife Nadir in Human Well-being: Results from Four Data Sets,"
with Terence C. Cheng and Nattavudh Powdthavee, December 2014.
Forthcoming in the Economic Journal.
"National Happiness and Genetic Distance: A Cautious Exploration" with Eugenio Proto, forthcoming in the Economic Journal.
"Does Money Make People Right-Wing and Inegalitarian? A Longitudinal Study of Lottery Winners"
with Nattavudh Powdthavee, February 2014
"Longitudinal Evidence for a Midlife Nadir in Human Well-being: Results from Four Data Sets"
with Terence C. Cheng and Nattavudh Powdthavee, February 2014
"Human Well-being and In-Work Benefits: A Randomized Controlled Trial"
with Richard Dorsett, February 2014
"The Danger of High Home Ownership: Greater Unemployment"
a recent presentation at Chatham House in London.
"How should peer-review panels behave?"
with Daniel Sgroi, Economic Journal.
Does High Home-Ownership Impair the Labor Market?
David G. Blanchflower and Andrew J. Oswald, May 2013
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"Happiness as a driver of risk-avoiding behavior: Theory and an empirical study of seatbelt wearing and automobile accidents",
Robert J B Goudie, Sach Mukherjee, JanEmmanuel De Neve, Steven Wu and Andrew J. Oswald
"Evidence for a midlife crisis in great apes consistent with the U-shape in human well-being",
Alexander Weiss, James E. King, Miho Inoue-Murayama, Tetsuro Matsuzawa, and Andrew J. Oswald
Published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 2012.
The Happiness of Apes through Life
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Pictured with Johanna Wallenius (University of Stockholm), Eric Maskin (Harvard), Dan McFadden (Berkeley), David Bloom (Harvard School of Public Health), and Sarah Harper (Oxford).
Photos from the 2012 EALE conference in Bonn at which Sandra Black was a keynote speaker
and Richard Blundell received the IZA Prize