The “Father of Happiness Economics” Richard A. Easterlin offers prescriptions for making people happier in this excerpt from his latest book An Economist’s Lessons on Happiness.
Throughout history, genius—especially artistic genius—has been associated with depression and madness. But recent evidence shows that the tortmented genius myth may be just that: a myth.
Professor Darrin McMahon provides a historical perspective on the celebration of happiness.
Whether it’s family, finances or football, what makes Americans happy is literally all over the map.
Making your world a happier place.
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