Centre for Policy Development Wellbeing Initiative
The Centre for Policy Development’s Wellbeing Initiative works on approaches to the economy that meet the needs of people, communities and the environment they depend on.
With world-leading research in wellbeing economics, government practice and public sector innovation, the CPD Wellbeing Initiative has become a leading research effort on Australia’s approach to wellbeing.
The initiative is a nexus for experts, practitioners, public officials and researchers to equip Australia’s government and economy to chart a course to wellbeing for current and future generations.
Experts working in the Centre for Policy Development Wellbeing Initiative include lead Warwick Smith, strategic adviser Dr Katherine Trebeck, senior adviser Dr Cressida Gaukroger and economist Dr Akwasi Ampofo.
Centre for Policy Development Wellbeing Experts
Cressida Gaukroger (Senior Policy Adviser – Wellbeing)
Wellbeing, sustainability, gender equality
Katherine Trebeck (Strategic Adviser – Wellbeing)
Economics, wellbeing, sustainable prosperity
Toby Phillips (Program Director)
Technology policy, climate change, economics, public policy