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Conflicting global liveabilty rankings can happily be taken with a grain of salt

They make for compelling reading - city lists that compare and rank liveability and affordability - but do they have credibility.

Scenic timber houses on canal in Aarhus, Denmark
Aarhus in Denmark has some beautiful scenery and may well be the happiest place on earth but does it make sense to compare it to the likes of Melbourne and Sydney? (Image source: Shutterstock.com)

An organisation called The Institute for Quality of Life, based in London, has just released its global list of world’s happiest cities. I’m so happy for them.

The institute “conducts research on issues related to the quality of life. It monitors, analyses and studies the areas related to decision-making in communities, creation of social policies, implementation of public services and the effectiveness in responding to new challenges and crises …

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