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  • As economies get richer, they can afford to question the need for further riches. In a country where people are starving, economic growth...

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Blanchflower, David G. and Andrew J. Oswald. "Happiness And The Human Development Index: The Paradox Of Australia," Australian Economic Review, 2005, v38(3,Sep), 307-318. citation courtesy of

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