Accounting for Happiness
A survey on social “well-being” will give economists — and voters — a new tool for judging their leaders. The British government wants to compile regular, official assessments along those lines. So it’s knocking on the doors of hundreds of thousands of households across the U.K.
David Brancaccio checks in with this story from London for Marketplace:
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