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Jan-Emanuel De Neve
Company: Oxford University
Jan-Emmanuel De Neve is a behavioural economist and professor at the University of Oxford. The underlying theme throughout his research is the study of human wellbeing and this has led to new insights in the relationship between happiness and income, economic growth, and inequality. His research was selected among "The Management Ideas that Mattered Most in 2016" by Harvard Business Review. Jan is an associate editor of the World Happiness Report and sits on the Global Happiness Council and chairs its workplace wellbeing committee. Prior to joining Oxford, he was on the faculty at University College London and INSEAD. Jan obtained his PhD from the LSE and was a Fulbright scholar at Harvard University. He is a frequent advisor to governments and corporations including as a research advisor to the Gallup Organization and he works with startups such as Butterfly.ai, Aula.education, and RunAnEmpire.com. His research and commentary regularly feature in the media, including in The Economist, Financial Times, Harvard Business Review, and on the BBC. He is a frequent speaker at academic and non-academic conferences including at PopTech and TEDx.