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Emotional health in childhood

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Layard and his colleagues at the Wellbeing research programme at the London School of Economics’ Centre for Economic Performance  concluded that a child’s emotional health is  more important to their satisfaction levels as an adult than other factors, such as if they achieve academic success when young, or wealth when older.

In the Guardian. Download here: Emotional health in childhood ‘is the key to future happiness’

Other relevant publications

Andrew Eyles, Stephen Machin and Olmo Silva (2015): ‘Academies 2: The New Batch’, CEP Discussion Paper No. 1370

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