ESRC: Approaches to Understanding and Measuring Wellbeing

Deadline: 20th June 2019

The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), in partnership with the What Works Centre for Wellbeing (WWCW), are pleased to invite proposals for innovative research projects that focus on a wide range of methodologies and approaches to understanding and measuring wellbeing. (Closing date 20 June 2019) .

They are welcoming proposals that will look at a vast range of definitions of wellbeing, as well as different methodological approaches to the measurement of wellbeing. This could include debate and comparative study around different understandings and views of ‘wellbeing’ in addition to investigating different methodologies to utilising data resources to inform the measurement of wellbeing in varying contexts. The successful team will be expected to work closely with the WWCW Hub and any existing research projects.

Applicants can apply for up to £550,000 (100%fEC) of which UKRI will contribute 80%. They intend to fund one grant. Applicants are invited to submit a full proposal via the Joint Electronic Submission (Je-S) System no later than 16:00 on 20 June 2019. A shortlisting panel meeting will be held in June and interviews will take place in July. Funding decisions will be communicated to applicants by the end of August 2019. The successful grant must start by 15 November 2019.

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All UEL staff members interested in this opportunity must first discuss with their Director of Research as well as the ReDS team at reds@uel.ac.uk

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