“New Scholarship on Happiness”
This interdisciplinary conference will bring together leading scholars from a variety of disciplines (including economics, philosophy, psychology, and law) to present current research about happiness. Presenters will include both external scholars and Duke faculty. The specific focus of the conference will be the normative relevance of happiness and its role in shaping public policy. The conference is co-sponsored by the Kenan Institute of Ethics “Rethinking Regulation” program.
Dates: Wednesday, May 22 – Thursday, May 23
The conference will begin at noon on Wednesday May 22 and conclude at 3:45 on Thursday May 23.
Location: Duke Law School, Room 4047
Contact Dawn Cronce, conference administrator, with questions or to access the conference papers.