How much do external factors affect well-being? : a way to use\ud
'happiness economics' to decide
By Andrew J. Oswald
By using the patterns in large surveys of people’s happiness and satisfaction levels, economists have recently developed a way to measure how much external factors (such as the inflation rate or aircraft noise) affect wellbeing
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