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01/22/2014 03:30 pm ET | Updated Jan 25, 2014

Where To Live If You Want To Be Happy

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A new study by economists Eugenio Proto and Aldo Rustichini finds that life satisfaction tends to be higher in countries with higher average incomes. In economist-speak, that means that life satisfaction correlates with GDP per capita, adjusted for purchasing power parity.

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