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The politics of happiness what government can learn from the new research on well being derek bok on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers during the past forty years thousands of studies have been carried out on the subject of happiness some have explored the levels of happiness or dissatisfaction associated with typical daily activitiestimely and incisive the politics of happiness sheds new light on what makes people happy and how government policy could foster greater satisfaction for all derek bok is the 300th anniversary research professor at harvard university from 1971 to 1991 he served as harvards twenty fifth president and he served again as interim president can anyone claim to measure something so elusive so intangible so changeable as happiness jeremy bentham certainly thought so to him measuring happiness and unhappiness was a simple matter of account and calculation of profit and loss just as for money in later life however he began to have doubts about whether the calculations were as simple as he had originally thoughtthe politics of happiness book read 16 reviews from the worlds largest community for readers during the past forty years thousands of studies have beget this from a library the politics of happiness what government can learn from the new research on well being derek curtis bok the contents of this book cover what investigators have discovered the reliability of research on happiness the question of growth what to do about inequality the threat of financial hardship

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