Michela Vecchi

Michela Vecchi is Professor of Economics at Kingston University, research fellow at the Centre for Enterprise and Economic Development Research (CEEDR), consultant for the Office for National Statistics (ONS), visiting fellow at National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) and fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA). Dr Vecchi has over 20 years' research experience and has worked on a variety of topics within the productivity and labour economics spectrum. Her main areas of research are skill mismatch and productivity, human capital, productivity and technical change, ageing, dance and cognitive abilities. She has published widely in highly ranked international journals including Research Policy, Economica, Labour Economics and The Review of Income and Wealth.

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Performance in the workplace: what’s dance got to do with it?
13 Jun 2022 - Michela Vecchi
Summarizes a recent study on the effect of dance on well-being and productivity at work

Saturday night fever during a pandemic
03 May 2020 - Michela Vecchi
Discusses research on the positive effects of dance on physical health, cognition and well-being