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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.

P.S. If you appreciate these kinds of observations, you might want to read this as well.
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