"Because I'm Happy…" | GenomeWeb

A pair of economists from the University of Warwick and Institute for the Study of Labor in Bonn compares happiness levels, as gauged by international surveys like the Gallup World Poll, World Value Survey and the European Quality of Life Surveys, in various countries and explores whether there could be a genetic component to being happy.

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