Dr Mark Fabian

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College Research Associate
Research interestsDr Mark Fabian is a Research Associate with the Bennett Institute for Public Policy in the Department of Politics and International Studies at Cambridge University. He was previously a Visiting Researcher at the Brookings Institution in Washington DC funded by the Australian-American Fulbright Commission. He completed his PhD in economics and a BA in philosophy, politics, and economics at the Australian National University. His research studies well-being from an interdisciplinary perspective, with a focus on public policy applications. He has written on what well-being is, how it can be measured and compared interpersonally, and the ethics of well-being public policy. His current research analyses how to chart a course between the citizen science and technocratic elements of well-being public policy to arrive at legitimate and ethical applications of psychological science.