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For its 4th edition, the PSE Summer School is offering a program you could be interested in, as regards your field of expertise: “HEALTH AND HAPPINESS - From Income and Inequality to Health and Happiness”

From June 24 to June 28, 2019, this program, that studies health and happiness together, is designed to provide (1) an overview of health and happiness measures, focusing on subjective data and on Big Data, and (2) a discussion of the effect of income and income inequality on health and happiness, at the frontier of economic research. Professors will address the following set of questions. What is the relationship between health and happiness? Are subjective measures biased? If they are, what are the pros and cons of correcting them? How is Big Data changing academic research on health and well-being? Why does raising the incomes of all does not increase the happiness of all? How do economic conditions and income inequality influence health and well-being?

•	Theme I: Measurement and validity of health and well-being, focusing on subjective data, by Bénédicte Apouey, Sarah Fleche, and Carine Milcent
•	Theme II: Big Data in health and well-being, by Clément Bellet and Pierre-Yves Geoffard
•	Theme III: Effect of income and income inequality on subjective well-being, by Clément Bellet and Claudia Senik
•	Theme IV: Impact of income and income inequality on health, by Bénédicte Apouey and Daniel Waldenström

The 2019 brochure is available here in pdf, and all the information about PSE, the fees, the other programmes is available online: Note that PSE is offering an Early bird discount up to March 10, 2019 (-10%), and a Group Discount up to May 31, 2019 (-10%).

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