Paper: Happiness Economics

17 11 2011

Image of yellow starAuthor: George MacKerron, London School of Economics & Political Science

Full title: Happiness Economics from 35,000 Feet

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Conference paper: Happiness Economics from 35,000 Feet

Three invited commentaries are also now available alongside Prof. MacKerron’s paper, by Christopher Barrington-Leigh, McGill University, Mirko Moro, University of Stirling, and Juliet Michaelson, new economics foundation.

We warmly welcome your responses to the paper and to Christopher Barrington-Leigh’s, Mirko Moro’s and Juliet Michaelson’s commentaries. Please use the comments box at the foot of this post to leave a response – as always, we’re particularly interested in comments that engage substantively with the issues at hand. All comments are moderated.


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17 11 2011
Today’s sessions – Thursday « Wiley Economics Online Conference

[…] Happiness Economics from 35,000 feet […]

17 11 2011
Levi Pérez (@perezlevi)

Considering the more and more importance of a snappy (and also original) title in survey papers. This is a very good example.

17 11 2011
The Wrap – Day 2 « Wiley Economics Online Conference

[…] Paper – MacKerron, Happiness Economics […]

18 11 2011
bunhold

Economics can make live more prosperous, then economics is happiness.




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