Economic happiness

    Does money buy happiness? Our guests, Wharton economists BETSEY STEVENSON and JUSTIN WOLFERS argue that money does tend to buy happiness. In their newly published paper on economic happiness they found that rich people are happier than poor people, richer countries are happier than poor countries and as countries get richer, their citizens tend to get happier.
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