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Well-Being and Economic Growth : A Case Study of Costa Rican Development: A Case Study of Costa Rican Development

By Tynes, Danika, Ph.D.

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Title: Well-Being and Economic Growth : A Case Study of Costa Rican Development: A Case Study of Costa Rican Development  
Author: Tynes, Danika, Ph.D.
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Political Science, Costa Rican Development
Collections: Politics, Authors Community
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Publication Date:
2019
Publisher: IDV Study Abroad
Member Page: Danika Tynes

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Tynes, P. D. (2019). Well-Being and Economic Growth : A Case Study of Costa Rican Development. Retrieved from http://gutenberg.cc/


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Costa Rica is a Central American state that, while underdeveloped, touts a culture of “Pura Vida,” which literally translates as ‘Pure Life.’ Unsurprisingly, Costa Rica is ranked as the “happiest” country in the world according to both the World Database of Happiness (Veenhoven, 2013) and the Happy Planet Index (Abdallah et al., 2012). Herein, the measure of happiness will be reviewed against the key MDG indicators and subsequently be discussed in terms of how findings apply to predictions for Costa Rica’s future well-being vis-à-vis its neighbors in Central America.

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Costa Rica is a Central American state that, while underdeveloped, touts a culture of “Pura Vida,” which literally translates as ‘Pure Life.’ Unsurprisingly, Costa Rica is ranked as the “happiest” country in the world according to both the World Database of Happiness (Veenhoven, 2013) and the Happy Planet Index (Abdallah et al., 2012). Herein, the measure of happiness will be reviewed against the key MDG indicators and subsequently be discussed in terms of how findings apply to predictions for Costa Rica’s future well-being vis-à-vis its neighbors in Central America.

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Costa Rica is a Central American state that, while underdeveloped, touts a culture of “Pura Vida,” which literally translates as ‘Pure Life.’ Unsurprisingly, Costa Rica is ranked as the “happiest” country in the world according to both the World Database of Happiness (Veenhoven, 2013) and the Happy Planet Index (Abdallah et al., 2012). Herein, the measure of happiness will be reviewed against the key MDG indicators and subsequently be discussed in terms of how findings apply to predictions for Costa Rica’s future well-being vis-à-vis its neighbors in Central America.

 

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