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The economics of happiness

By July 18, 2004Uncategorized

I used to think that Economics was an exceedingly dull undertaking. If I had known that you could use economics to calculate the cost of happiness I might have majored in that instead of Philosophy. I’d certainly have spent more time, post-college, accumulating the capital necessary to fund my quest for happiness. After all,it appears that happiness is quite expensive.

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