Research suggests that someone from a disadvantaged background might run the economy with more compassion and integrity.
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According to a new study, we're more generous toward people when they express emotions valued by our culture.
The results from our Greater Good awe quiz reveal which people feel the most wonder and amazement in life.
Clair Brown suggests that the moment may be ripe for Buddhist thought to insert itself into Western economics.
This simple ritual offers clues about how we experience awe, society, and collective belonging.
The purchases we make fall into four categories—some of which bring more happiness than others.
We talk with Courtney Martin about building a future that prioritizes social connection and sharing over competition and ownership.
More than a decade of research looks at how our spending choices can make us happier—or leave us disappointed.