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First published in 2014 as part of a peer reviewed essay Happiness in Public Policy (http://scholarworks.waldenu.edu/jsc/vol6/iss1/5/) The policy-screening tool provides 26 factors in the domains of happiness. Policies or projects are rated by the factors that are relevant. Not all factors in the tool will necessarily be relevant. Decision-makers choose which factors to use. Decision-makers may develop other factors not included in the tool. Origins
Kunzang Lhamu, Chief Research Officer of the GNH Commission in Bhutan, worked with the Happiness Alliance, a small nonprofit based in the US to create a hybrid happiness policy screening tool for adaptation and adaption by local governments and agencies in the United States.