The report was produced with funding from the Oxford Foundation for Knowledge Exchange (OXFOKE), a charity registered in England and Wales, and established in 2012, to facilitate interactions between policy and practice on the one hand, and research and education on other.

This report derives from interactions between researchers and a group of National Statistical Offices, and OXFOKE would like to thank the following contributors: Paul Anand, Open University and London School of Economics; Romina Boarini, OECD; Jose Antonio Canaviri, UNICEF; Lham Dorji, National Statistics Bureau of Bhutan; Kathrin Gärtner, Statistics Austria; Thomas Helgeson, Statistics Sweden; John F. Helliwell, University of British Columbia; Guinevere Hunt, Australian Bureau of Statistics; Inna Konoshonok, National Statistical Committee of the Republic of Belarus; Lord Gus O’ Donnell, House of Lords; Niels Ploug, Statistics Denmark; Larissa Pople, The Children’s Society; Freya Pryce, Oxford Foundation for Knowledge Exchange; Katie Pyle, Janaagraha Centre for Citizenship and Democracy; Francis Stuart, Oxfam Scotland; Hanna Wheatley, New Economics Foundation; Sam Wren-Lewis, Happy City, and; Amit Yagur-Kroll, Israel Central Bureau of Statistics.

Please use the citiation: Graham, C., Comin, F., and Anand, P., (2018), The Global Wellbeing Report, Oxford, Oxford Foundation for Knowledge Exchange