Happiness and Economics

In November 2-6, 2020 an intensive course entitled “Happiness and Economics” was taught for 120 students at Corvinus University of Budapest. Modules of the course included the following:

  • Laszlo Zsolnai (Corvinus University of Budapest): Happiness and Wellbeing
  • Clair Brown (University of California at Berkeley): Shared Prosperity
  • Dominique Steiler (Grenoble School of Management): Economic Peace and Wellbeing at Work  
  • Jozsef Veress and Tamas Veress (Corvinus University of Budapest): Technology, Community economy and Wellbeing
  • Zoltan Valcsicsak (Hungary Bhutan Friendship Society): Bhutan and Gross National Happiness
  • Andras Ócsai and Gabor Kovács (Corvinus University of Budapest): Spirituality in Economics
  • Attila Oláh (Eotvos Lorand University, Department of Personality Psychology): Happiness Map of Hungary
  • Laszlo Zsolnai (Corvinus University of Budapest): Women Leadership and Wellbeing Orientation
  • Knut Ims (NHH Norwegian School of Economics, Bergen): The Happiness Hypothesis

Happiness and Wellbeing