Well-being, Public Policy, and Complex Urban Systems
Philip D. Allsopp
In this talk, Allsopp will review well-being metrics and examine the impacts of public policy based on incomplete urban, infrastructure, social and economic models. A case study of Native American housing will be used to highlight the negative impacts of inadequate attention to wellbeing and place-making.
Allsopp spent 26 years in the management consulting field leading health care industry and system dynamics practices with major firms including A.T. Kearney and Science Applications International Corporation. Phil is a Ph.D. candidate at Kingston University, London, UK and is conducting research in Arizona into the impacts on well-being and human emotions of the visual characteristics of place.
12:00 - 1:15 p.m.