Dr Mark Fabian
Dr Mark Fabian
Mark Fabian is Assistant Professor of Public Policy at the University of Warwick, and an Affiliate Fellow at the Bennett Institute for Public Policy at the University of Cambridge. He was previously a Fulbright Scholar at the Brookings Institution in Washington DC, and an Adjunct Lecturer at the Australian National University, where he completed his PhD in philosophy, politics, and economics at the Crawford School of Public Policy.
Mark’s research explores the subject of wellbeing from an interdisciplinary perspective. He is the author of numerous academic articles for leading journals across multiple disciplines, including Perspectives on Psychological Science, Journal of European Public Policy, Philosophical Psychology, The European Journal for the Philosophy of Science, and the Journal of Happiness Studies. His first academic book, A Theory of Subjective Wellbeing, was published in 2022 by Oxford University Press, and he also edited the academic volume Hybrid Public Policy Innovations (Routledge, 2018).
Mark is passionate about teaching and has crafted multiple university courses aimed at helping humanities and social science students transition to public policy research. He has been nominated for several teaching awards, and hosts a regular podcast, ePODstemology, which showcases the ideas and opinions of early career researchers (epodstemology.buzzsprout.com).
Born in Sydney, Australia, Mark lives in London.