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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: 2019 ECUST & USF Doctoral Consortium at The 4th East China University of Science and Technology – University of San Francisco International Symposium

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: 2019 ECUST & USF Doctoral Consortium at The 4th East China University of Science and Technology – University of San Francisco International Symposium

2019 ECUST & USF Doctoral PDW Quick Facts Important Dates: Submission Deadline: 10th May 2019 (24:00 midnight Hong Kong time) Notification: 17th May 2019 Doctoral PDW Day: Sunday, 26th May 2019 Submission Details: Online Submission: mjmonnot@usfca.edu SUBJECT LINE: CBSI DOCTORAL PDW   Template: Submissions should follow the American Psychological Association for formatting, with 12 size font and double space (main text only). Submission Content: (1) 1-page application letter, (2) 2-page research summary (including references), and (3) a 1-2-page CV. Chair: Matt Monnot,…

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Call for Papers: The 4th East China University of Science and Technology – University of San Francisco International Symposium

Call for Papers: The 4th East China University of Science and Technology – University of San Francisco International Symposium

Call for Papers 4th East China University of Science and Technology – University of San Francisco International Symposium Date: May 25-26, 2019 Location:  Shanghai, P.R. China Currently, the international economic structure is undergoing tremendous changes. On one hand, anti-globalization sentiment and subsequent protectionism keep rising across the developed economies. The protectionist trade policies of United States, and the China-US trade war in particular, are causing the world economic system to undergo turbulent adjustments and hindering foreign direct investment from emerging market countries….

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Financial Success and (or?) Happiness

Financial Success and (or?) Happiness

Thanks to Jill Suttie for her article at Greater Good Magazine on the relationship between money and happiness. She cites Lora Park and my own research. Monnot hopes his research might help individuals—and business leaders and policymakers—to realize that fulfilling psychological needs is more important to happiness than making a lot of money. “Autonomy, developing a skill set to be good at what you do, being affiliative with others, having a sense of connection to your community—these are all things…

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