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Published by the New Economics Foundation, who tell us that despite unprecedented economic prosperity in the last 35 years we do not necessarily feel better individually or as communities. Data shows that whilst economic output in the UK has nearly doubled since 1973, average levels of happiness have remained flat. Beyond a certain level of income and material stability, more money has a negligible and even negative impact on the quality of our lives. The centre for well-being at nef seeks to understand, measure and influence well-being. In particular, they ask the question 'what would policymaking and the economy look like if their main aim were to promote well-being?'