'Hike in income, optimism key to happiness globally'
Agencies: Washington , Dec 03 2012, 20:47 IST
introduced in 1974 that suggested the economic growth of nations does not lead to more happiness, according to Diener.
"According to the 'Easterlin Paradox,' rich individuals are happier than poor ones but rising incomes do not seem to be associated with an increase in happiness," he said.
The study was published by the American Psychological Association.
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