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Positive Institutions, Law, and Policy


Peter H. Huang


University of Colorado Law School

Jeremy A. Blumenthal


Syracuse University - College of Law


HANDBOOK OF POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY, 2d ed., Shane J. Lopez, ed., Forthcoming
Temple University Legal Studies Research Paper

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This is a chapter from a forthcoming book, The 2d edition of the Handbook of Positive Psychology, edited by Shane J. Lopez (forthcoming). This Handbook provides a guide to a burgeoning literature of positive psychology about human strengths and virtues. This Handbook has as its target audience both seasoned professionals and students just entering the field of positive psychology. This 2d edition of the Handbook continues the tradition of the 1st edition to collect in one volume the voice of leading scholars in the emerging field of positive psychology. This chapter provides an overview of the area of positive institutions, law, & policy.

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Date posted: January 12, 2008 ; Last revised: January 15, 2008

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Huang, Peter H. and Blumenthal, Jeremy A., Positive Institutions, Law, and Policy. HANDBOOK OF POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY, 2d ed., Shane J. Lopez, ed., Forthcoming ; Temple University Legal Studies Research Paper. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1082639

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Peter H. Huang (Contact Author)
University of Colorado Law School ( email )
Colorado Law
401 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309 80309
United States
303 492-4563 (Phone)
303-492-1200 (Fax)
HOME PAGE: http://lawweb.colorado.edu/profiles/profile.jsp?id=456

Jeremy A. Blumenthal
Syracuse University - College of Law ( email )
Syracuse, NY 13244-1030
United States
315-443-2083 (Phone)
315-443-5394 (Fax)
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