The economics of happiness: what does it all mean?

by on September 7, 2004 at 4:14 am in Economics | Permalink

A few weeks ago I expressed skepticism of studies showing that the modern world is not much happier than times past. Unlike Arnold Kling, however, I do not reject the implications of happiness research altogether.

The ever-excellent Michael of has now come forward and offered a good summary of what happiness research implies…

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