Anna Greenburgh

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Our Associate Anna Greenburgh is a regular contributor to the Bridges Project.  With a background in Psychology and Economics, Anna works on applying research from behavioural sciences to issues faced by actors in policy and public spheres.

Anna completed her BA in Experimental Psychology from the University of Oxford, going on to undertake a Masters in Economics and Psychology at Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, Paris.  Before joining Counterpoint, Anna worked as a Project Manager and in client-facing teams for a number of organisations promoting innovation and the exchange of ideas, including TEDx talks and NewCo.

contact: anna.greenburgh[at]counterpoint.uk.com

 

 

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Inequality

A new Bridges pamphlet is coming out! The Tentacles of Circumstance: the Political Consequences of Inequality

In January we will be launching our new Bridges Project publication on the political consequences of inequality.  As usual, our approach is multidisciplinary.  The...

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Developing a new language of persuasion: Counterpoint’s workshops on framing

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