Paul Dolan is Professor of Behavioural Science at the LSE. He is an internationally renowned expert in human behaviour and happiness. Amongst various other roles, he wrote the questions that are being used to monitor national happiness in the UK and has advised many governments, charities and corporations on how to influence behaviour to improve wellbeing. His debut book, Happiness by Design, was a Sunday Times bestseller and dubbed 'the book that will make you quit your job'.
Paul Dolan is a star among students of well-being. He brings to this field a rich experience in the economics of health and the measurement of health outcomes, an excellent sense for policy-oriented research, a deft psychological approach and an unusual ability to collect interesting data quickly and efficiently. He has earned the respect and admiration of colleagues in several disciplines and on both sides of the Atlantic -- Daniel Kahneman, Nobel Laureate