Friday, July 25, 2014

Thursday Thinking - Giving and Happiness

Joel Rogers, a tax accountant in Birmingham, Alabama sent this question to the Freakonomics Radio Podcast:
I’ve read that people who go to religious institutions consistently are happier than their counterparts. The economist inside me says that money (not given to the church) would make a non-tither happier, all things equal. So, will exchanging 10% of your income for the right to participate in a religious congregation statistically increase or decrease your happiness?
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Does Religion Make You Happy? 
A New Freakonomics Radio Podcast

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