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PURSUIT of HAPPINESS Do people seek happiness? Happiness as a public goal
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Happiness as a public goal, greatest happiness for the greatest number, rule utilitarianism
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Angner, E. Subjective Measures of Well-Being A Philosophical Examination.
Dissertation Unversity of Pittsburgh, 2005, Pittsburgh, USA
2005
Bok, D. The Politics of Happiness. What Government can Learn from the New Research on Well-Being.
Princeton University Press, 2010, Princeton, USA
2010
Morris, S. M. The Science of Happiness: A Cross-Cultural Perspective.
Selin, H.; Davey, G; Eds.: "Happiness Across Cultures. Views of Happiness and Quality of Life in Non-Western Cultures Across Cultures. The History of Non-Western Science 6.", Springer, 2012, New York, USA, 435 - 450
2012
Frey, B.S.; Stutzer, A. Happiness and Public Choice.
Public Choice, 2010, Vol. 144 ,557 - 573
2010
Prinz, A. Should the State Care for the Happiness of its Citizens?
Source: Brockman, H. and Delhey, J. (Eds.) "Human Happiness and the Pursuit of Maximization. Is more Always Better?", 2013, Chapter 13, Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands.
2013
Veenhoven, R. Happiness in nations: Pursuit of greater happiness for a greater number of citizens
Chapter 19 in Snyder, C.R., Lopez, S. J., Edwards, L.M. & Marques, S.C. Oxford Handbook of Positive Psychology, 3rd edition. Oxford University Press, New York USA, pp 265-278
2021
Mann, S. Comparing Interpersonal Comparisons in Utility Theory and Happiness Research
Forum for Social Economics, 2011, Vol. 36, 29-42
2011