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United Nations looks at world happiness levels
So the first ever World Happiness Report by the U.N. and Columbia’s Earth Institute is out, and guess who tops the list? Denmark, Norway and Finland. The least happy countries included Togo, Sierra Leone and Benin.
The results are in line with previous studies done by Gallup and others, but why did the UN start to worry about overall happiness this year?
Here to talk with us is Richard Layard, who co-authored the study.
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