The Economics of Happiness

Political leaders and economists around the world have discovered what most people have known for decades: "Money alone can't buy happiness." Increasingly, politicians are realizing that happiness, which is the ultimate source of well-being and political stability, is a complex multi-dimensional condition that few can measure, and even fewer can manage. What are the likely implications as nations seek to maximize not just their "Gross Domestic Product," but their "Gross Domestic Happiness"? We'll provide insights into this cutting-edge reality.

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