Future of Consumption

Measuring consumer confidence isn’t useful anymore. Here’s what we should do instead

There is little evidence that consuming more per se drives greater well-being in any simple or direct manner Image: Alexandre Chambon

Jon Alexander

Co-founder, New Citizenship Project

Amy J.C. Cuddy

Social Psychologist and Author, Harvard University

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