Monday, 5 January 2015

Can investments in better connected Cities make us happier?

via the City Growth Commission Blog by Thomas Hauschildt

Happiness and well-being are often used interchangeably. However, happiness is associated with the pleasant feeling accompanying certain events which then contributes to the general state of our well-being. Subsequently, unhappy experiences reduce our state of well-being and the reduction of those experiences should be at the heart of policy decisions.

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