Using social sciences and sense to identify new pathways towards a better and more humane relationship between economy and society.

 

 

Doris Hanappi

I am currently based at the World Health Organization in Geneva, working on a portfolio of work to help develop the concept and measurement of maternal mortality and morbidity.

Previous projects include: an impact assessment of socioeconomic factors of fertility and family well-being at the Demography Department, UC Berkeley in collaboration with the Wittgenstein Center (Vienna); the longitudinal analysis of short-term fertility intentions and behavior at Lausanne University’s “National Competence Centre LIVES: Overcoming Vulnerability Across the Life Course”; the evaluation of precarious employment on family planning for the FP7 EU Project FamiliesAndSocieties; a panel study assessing socioeconomic inequality in early careers (ViCaPP/WU Vienna); foundation and program development of the Opportunities for Interdisciplinary Teaching Series at UC Berkeley; teaching assignments at Stanford University, and the Osher Life Long Learning Institute (UC Berkeley); health policy and sales-force efficiency evaluations.