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Here's how economists view happiness and wellbeing

Some have cast doubt on the idea that happiness is decoupled from economic growth. Image: REUTERS/Mike Blake

Wouter den Haan

Martin Ellison

Professor of Economics, University of Oxford and Michael Cohen Fellow of Exeter College

Ricardo Reis

Professor of Economics, Columbia University, Research Affiliate, CEPR

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