- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- List of Contributors
1Policy Consequences of Happiness Research
2Is Happiness a Matter for Governments?
3Comment on Sugden and Teng
4Happiness, Habits, and High Rank
5Adaptation amidst Prosperity and Adversity
6Materialistic Values and Well-being
7Life Satisfaction and Quality of Development
8Social Capital Predicts Happiness Over Time
9Promoting Trust through Institutional Design
10Why Policies for Children, Early Education, and Culture?
12Public Happiness and Relational Goods
- Policies for Happiness
- Oxford University Press
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