Annie was a Research Associate on the Sustainable Care programme at the University of Sheffield. She was previously at the Centre for Social Ethics and Policy at the University of Manchester, where she undertook postdoctoral research on ‘Living Well with Dementia Together’. That research programme involved in-depth work with carers and recipients of care, and her role at CIRCLE continued this theme. Annie’s core research interest was well-being and policy, and she brought this expertise to her work on the ‘Combining Work and Care’ work package.

Research and Publications

Supporting working carers: How employers and employees can benefit, Annie Austin and Jason Heyes In partnership with CIPD June 2020
Austin, A. (2018). Well-Being and Social Justice: In Defence of the Capabilities Approach. In The Politics of Wellbeing (pp. 49-70). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.
Austin, A. (2016). Living Well with Dementia Together: Affiliation as a Fertile Functioning. Public Health Ethics, 11(2), 139-150.
Austin, A. (2016). On well-being and public policy: Are we capable of questioning the hegemony of happiness? Social Indicators Research, 127(1), 123-138.
Annie Austin

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Combining work and care

How do workplace support and technologies contribute to sustainable care arrangements?

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