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Thursday, May 10, 2012

H&N Event: Robin Young on Happiness

Harvard Business School’s Michael Norton, economist Robert Frank, Harvard psychology professor Daniel Gilbert and Robin Young at Northeastern University's Happinomics event.

Harvard Business School’s Michael Norton, economist Robert Frank, Harvard psychology professor Daniel Gilbert and Robin Young at Northeastern University's Happinomics event.

Thanks to everyone who came to the Happinomics Northeastern Event at the Museum of Science in Boston Thursday night. Sorry we had to turn people away, it was packed!

Stay tuned for highlights, coming up on Here & Now.

The event must have been a success, because Harvard Business School’s Michael Norton, economist Robert Frank, Harvard psychology professor Daniel Gilbert and Robin Young all sure look happy!


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