Yannis Georgellis

Yannis Georgellis is known for his work on happiness, adaptation, and employee well-being. Spanning across several disciplines, his research explores psychological aspects of decision-making processes within the general context of employee happiness, well-being, and engagement, and their impact on organisational performance. A Distinguished Associate of the International Atlantic Economic Society (IAES), alongside Nobel laureates Edmund Phelps, Robert A. Mundell, and James M. Buchanan, his recent scholarship has appeared in Human Resource Management, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, and Economica. In the United Kingdom, Yannis also serves as Deputy Director (Research and Enterprise), Professor of Management and Director of the Centre for Employment, Competitiveness and Growth at Kent Business School.