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BARTOLINI, S. and BONATTI, L. (2007) Endogeneus growth, decline in social capital and expansion of market activities. Paper at Munich personal RePEc Archive. (Downloadable here).

BOYLE, D. and SIMMS, A. (2009) The new economics: a bigger picture. London: Earthscan.

CSIKSZENTMIHALYI, M. (1990). Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience. New York: Harper and Row.

EASTERLIN, R. (2001) Income and happiness: towards a unified theory. Economic Journal, 111: 465-484.

FELBER, C. (2012) (ONLY GERMAN VERSION) Die Gemeinwohl-Ă–konomie Aktualisierte und erweiterte Neuausgabe: Deuticke Verlag.

FREY, B. S. (2008) Happiness: a revolution in economics. Cambridge, MA.: The MIT Press.

GIARINI, O. (1980) Dialogue on wealth and welfare. An alternative view of world capital formation. A report to the Club of Rome. Oxford (UK): Pergamon Press.

GRAHAM, C. (2011) The Pursuit of Happiness: an Economy of Well-Being. Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution Press.

HIRSCH, F. (1976): Social limits to growth. Cambridge, Mass: Oxford University Press.

LAYARD, R. (2005) Happiness – Lessons from a new science. London: Penguin Books.

OECD (2011) Divided we stand: why inequality keeps rising. ParĂ­s. OECD.

PIGOU, A. C. (1970): The economics of Wefare. London: Macmillan.

PORTER, M.E. y KRAMER, M.R. (2011) Creating shared value. Harvard Business Review, Jan: 2-19

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SCHOR, J. B. (2010): Plenitude. The new economics of true wealth. New York: The Penguin Press.

SCHUMACHER, E. F. (1973) Small is beautiful: economics as if people mattered. London: Blond and Briggs.

SCITOVSKY, T. (1992) The joyless economy. The psychology of human satisfaction. New York: Oxford University Press.

WILKINSON, R. and PICKETT, K. (2009) The spirit level: why more equal societies almost always do better. London: Allen Lane/Penguin.