Tag: Cross-national Happiness


Tag: Cross-national Happiness

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Articles: Which Countries Are Happiest in “The Science of Happiness”?

By Juliana Breines | November 3, 2014

See how the happiness levels of students in our online course vary depending on where they live.


Research Digest Items/Studies: Are Religious People Happier?


Research Digest Items/Studies: Global Consensus: Money Doesn’t Bring Happiness


Research Digest Items/Studies: Why the World’s Poor are Happier than You Think


Articles: The Science of Happiness, Coming Soon to a Theater Near You

By Jason Marsh | May 20, 2011

An interview with Roko Belic, director of the new documentary film Happy.


Research Digest Items/Studies: Why Danes are Happier than Americans


Articles: The Economics of Happiness

By John Robbins | July 20, 2010

Research is clear: Money doesn’t buy happiness, reports best-selling author John Robbins. So why do we continue to think that it does?

Author Eric Weiner found that the relatively happy people of Bhutan (left) and Iceland (upper right) have governments that are responsive to their needs, but that the unhappy Moldovans (lower right) are distrusting and uncooperative.

Articles: The Trouble With Happiness

By Jill Suttie | June 1, 2008

Three new books explore the upsides of sadness and the downsides of happiness.


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