Julia Wdowin is a Research Assistant at the Bennett Institute for Public Policy. She works with Professor Diane Coyle on the 'Well-being, progress and public policy' programme. Julia's research will look at how prosperity can be achieved with human, social and natural goods and how prosperity should be measured, beyond economic growth.
Julia holds a BA and MA from the University of Cambridge and Warwick, respectively, and an Advanced Diploma in Economics from the University of Cambridge. She has also worked in economic development consulting for a year. Her research so far has focused on relating ethics to public policy, and empirical studies.