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You know happiness when you feel it — but do you know what causes it, or how your happiness compares to that of friends and neighbors? We look at the study of what researchers call “subjective well-being” and the latest theories on what makes individuals and nations happy.
- Carol Graham Senior fellow in economic studies, Brookings Institution; Professor, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland
- Richard Lucas Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Michigan State University
- Nic Marks Head of the New Economics Foundation's Centre for Well-Being
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