The Happiness Research Institute is an independent think tank composed of next-generation researchers, academics, and strategists. Insitute explore why some countries, cities, organizations and people are happier than others and empower companies, cities and communities to develop strategies to achieve greater subjective well-being for their employees and citizens. Institute mission is to inform decision makers of the causes and effects of human happiness, make subjective well-being part of the public policy debate, and improve the quality of life for citizens across the world. Insitute partner with a select number of cities, organizations and foundations, offering customized research, insight and advice needed to improve the quality of life. The Happiness Research Institute is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Happiness Research Insitute organisation activity is to policy evaluation and analysis and research internationally. Happiness Research institute is runned under the experts. Meik Wiking is CEO of The Happiness Research Institute, Research Associate for Denmark at the World Database of Happiness and Founding member of The Latin American Network for Wellbeing and Quality of Life Policies. He holds degree in business and political science and has previously worked for the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Vilstrup Research and as a director for the think tank Monday Morning. Meik Wiking has written several books and reports on happiness, subjective well-being and quality of life and is often used as a public speaker around the world. John F. Helliwell is a one of the leading happiness researchers in the World. Senior Fellow of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research and co-director on "Social Interactions, Identity and Well-Being". He is also Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of British Columbia, a member of the National Statistics Council, and a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research. His many publications on wellbeing include The Science of Well-Being, Well-Being for Public Policy, International Differences in Well-Being (edited with Ed Diener and Daniel Kahneman), and the World Happiness Report (edited with Richard Layard and Jeffrey Sachs).