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About The Economics of Happiness

Year Released:
1982
Genres:
Documentary
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This documentary critiques globalization and argues that the global consumer-driven economy comes at great societal cost. The film features a case study in the Ladakhi people, who live in a small region of the western Himalayas, to illustrate the impact of western-style economic development on human behavior. The Economics of Happiness presents examples of how the economics of the local can counter some of the world’s problems and promote well-being. (Digital presentation)

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