Piotr Białowolski, Ph.D. works with the SHINE team at the T.H. Chan Harvard School of Public Health. His research interest is in applied economist and quantitative methods for economic research. His research interests and publications focus on the following and sometimes overlapping research topics: (1) Application of micro-level data for the impact evaluation of financial and social behavior on well-being and health of populations, (2) market and consumer segmentations for accounting for biases and forecasting, (3) statistical indicators for management effectiveness, (4) survey design, biases and forecasting with survey data. Piotr works with the SHINE team to improve understanding of well-being in the financial context but also he is involved in measuring impact of occupational well-being on health. Before joining the SHINE team, Piotr worked for the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement in Hamburg, Germany. Between June 2015 and May 2017 he was a Marie Curie Research Fellow at the University of Turin (Italy) focusing on household economic and financial behavior with emphasis on segmentation applications. Since 2014 he has been also collaborating with the European Commission on implementation of a statistical approach to management effectiveness. Piotr received his master degree (2004), doctoral degree (2009) and post-doctoral degree (habilitation) (2016) in economics.