Happiness: Lessons from a New Science (Second Edition)
'Unorthodox, devastatingly straightforward and more provocative of actual thought than 99% of books said to be 'thought-provoking''
Richard Layard delves into philosophy, economics, the latest psychological research and his experience as a policy adviser to examine the happiness conundrum, exploring questions such as:
Offering some surprising answers, he shows us how we can give ourselves the tools to boost the happiness we all want, in our daily lives and even as a society.
'An impassioned plea that the pursuit of contentment be placed centre stage ...... should be required reading'
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Layard, a leading British economist and member of the House of Lords, draws on research in economics, history, medicine, philosophy, psychology, and public life to answer the question of what ... Read full review