Paradoxes of happiness

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There is evidence that income and wealth inequalities are positively associated with happiness, as measured by the happiness index, and negatively associated with suicide rates, which are seen as...

Re-industrialisation in the US; de-globalisation in China?

The United States was once a country renowned for its manufacturing capabilities but it experienced a decline in its manufacturing sector after 1980. A significant beneficiary following this decline...

Mortality and life expectancy in post-communist countries

The transition to the market economy and democracy in Eastern Europe and former Soviet Union countries in the 1990s caused a dramatic increase in mortality, shortened life expectancy, and...

Good and bad GDP: Output fall in transition economies and the dead rat effect

Topics: NEUE WIRTSCHAFTSMODELLE
Good jokes should be funny, but more importantly, should carry a message. The following is one of the most famous jokes in economics, and helps to comprehend the important...

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