Carol D. Ryff, University of Wisconsin-Madison Eudaimonic Well-Being and Aging: What Have We Learned?
Carol Graham, Brookings Institution Regularly Tracking Subjective Well-being as a Potential Leading Indicator in the Crisis of Premature Mortality in the U.S.
Daniel J. Benjamin, University of Southern California and NBER
Kristen Cooper, Gordon College
Ori Heffetz, Cornell University and NBER
Miles Kimball, University of Colorado at Boulder and NBER How Do Subjective Consumption Vectors Vary with Age? (slides)
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