Analyzing the economics of happiness combines the techniques of economists and psychologists. Experts have measured the sense of well-being of hundreds of thousands of people around the world, and examined the surprising range of factors contributing to happiness.
Subjective Well-Being in Colombia: Some Insights on Vulnerability, Job Security, and Relative Incomes
October 23, 2013, Carol Graham and Alexander Krauss
Alexander Krauss and Carol Graham examine the extent to which subjective well-being in Colombia is influenced by a wide range of characteristics and conditions at the individual, household, regional and macro level.
Opportunity and Well-being
Opinion | Russia Direct
September 23, 2013, Carol Graham
Speech | Boston Federal Reserve Bank Conference on Monetary Policy and the Labor Market
April 12, 2013, Carol Graham
Opinion | Zócalo Public Square
October 17, 2012, Carol Graham
July 26, 2012, Carol Graham
December 9, 2011, Carol Graham
Opinion | Voxeu.org
July 31, 2011, Carol Graham
June 21, 2011, Carol Graham
December 15, 2010, Carol Graham
April 21, 2010, Carol Graham
Opinion | VoxEU.org
January 30, 2010, Carol Graham
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Leo Pasvolsky Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development, Brookings Global – CERES Economic and Social Policy in Latin America Initiative
Senior Fellow, Economic Studies
Richard V. Reeves
Fellow, Economic Studies
Policy Director, Center on Children and Families
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