Economics

Stories on the intersection of mental health and economics.

Tanmoy Goswami
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'Productivity Compromised by Grief' ™

When you put a price tag on grief, you are basically turning it into a commodity.

Devika Rawat
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The case of the missing male therapist

Why do so few men choose therapy as a career? And what does this mean for women in the profession?

Tanmoy Goswami
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"Let them eat cake," feat. workplace mental health

The upside down world of workplace mental health training programmes.

Tanmoy Goswami
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What omelette making can teach you about workplace mental health

Don't move fast and break things.

Tanmoy Goswami
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Hope lives despite the absurdity of mental health budgets

The magic of mental health is that everything impacts it, and it impacts everything. So change can come from anywhere.

Tanmoy Goswami
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Long Covid is making people want to kill themselves

We need to stop pretending this is not happening.

Tanmoy Goswami
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This year, don't 'invest' in mental health

The language of ‘investment’ is taking the mental health conversation backwards.

Tanmoy Goswami
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The fascinating, untold story of #MentalHealth Twitter

What can Twitter's new CEO do to take forward one of the platform's most compelling but unsung legacies?

Angi Yoder-Maina
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Trauma is a planetary emergency, not a personal problem

A community battered by trauma is like a cracked cup. Whatever resources you pour into will leak out.

Tanmoy Goswami
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Monster

A World Cup winning coach tells me why sport's most sacred trait - mental toughness - is also its most dangerous.

Tanmoy Goswami
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No, therapy apps won't kill Freud

Freudian psychoanalysis and cognitive behavioural therapy have been at war over the soul of therapy. Can the rise of technology deliver a winner?

Tanmoy Goswami
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Inside Zoom's big bet on mental health

Drowning in 'Zoom fatigue'? The most iconic company of the work from home age is quietly crafting a different legacy.