Karl Overdick is a PhD Candidate in Management Studies under the supervision of Professor Jan-Emmanuel De Neve and Professor Andrew Stephen.
He is on the job market and available for interviews. He is broadly interested in empirical research in Behavioural Science. His current research is on subjective wellbeing and uses statistical and experimental methods.
Prior to starting his doctoral degree, Karl obtained a BA from University College London studying Economics and Statistics. Meanwhile, Karl also worked part-time as a Research Assistant in the London School of Economics Centre for Economic Performance Wellbeing Programme under the supervision of Paul Frijters.
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