Agni is a PhD Candidate based at the University of Surrey. She works within our system dynamics theme, calibrating good work by exploring the relationship between wellbeing at work and labour productivity in an econometric analysis.
Agni studied Economics at the Athens University of Economics and Business, where she was awarded a state grant of honour for being the 2nd best student nationally to enter the department.
Following her undergraduate degree (including an exchange semester at the University of Utrecht), Agni spent two years working as a consultant in Lisbon, collaborating with non-profit organisations and city councils in areas such as social entrepreneurship and crowdfunding, public policy for local development and creative industries. Agni’s interest in public policy and social innovation led her to an MSc degree in Economics for Public Policy at the University of Surrey, where she was introduced to the work of CUSP.
As PhD Candidate within our system dynamics theme, Agni works under the supervision of Prof Tim Jackson and Dr Michela Vecchi, Associate Professor at Middlesex University, calibrating good work by exploring the relationship between wellbeing at work and labour productivity in an econometric analysis.