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Well-being research is burgeoning. But there is no agreement on which measure of well-being is to be preferred, nor in which circumstances. We here briefly discuss some of the issues and a number of preliminary results from our ongoing work. We conclude by wondering whether de-growth will necessarily reduce well-being.
Felice, E. (2019), “Broadening the Scope of Economic History: How Happiness Has Changed over the Long Period and its Relationship with Economics”, Annals of the Fondazione Luigi Einaudi, 53(2): 173-192.
Carabelli, A. (2019), “Keynes’s Aristotelian Eudaimonic Conception of Happiness and the Requirement of Material and Institutional Preconditions: The Scope for Economics and Economic Policy”, Annals of the Fondazione Luigi Einaudi, 53(2): 213-226.