Specialists explain that the essence is not only in the amount of money, much more important is human justice, i.e. y how funds are allocated.
According to the United Nations (UN) 2017 World Wide Index, the top ten countries look like the following: Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, Finland, Netherlands, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Sweden.
Jeffrey Sachs, head of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network, says happiness is the result of a strong social policy, CNBC writes.
According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the top three countries of the happiest countries: Norway, Denmark and Iceland - are the most taxed countries.
In exchange for the taxes paid, citizens receive a lot of social benefits: well-developed health care, education system, paternity benefits, etc. All this, language p. Sachs, and it gives rise to the feeling of justice that the money paid is used for the development of public welfare.