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CONSEQUENCES of HAPPINESS Effect on environment Effects on society
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Effects on society, collectivity, community, culture
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Authors Title / Source Year Kendall, P. Role of Mood.
Kendall, P.: "Conflict and Mood", The Free Press, 1954, Glencoe, Illinois, USA, 68 - 101
Krejci, J. Die Verantwortung für die Glückorientering zur Entfeinding und zum Frieden. (The Relevance of Happiness for Peace).
Unpublished Paper, University of Osnabrück, Department of Pedagogics and Culture, 1991, Germany
Inglehart, R. The Renaissance of Political Culture.
American Political Science Review, 1988, Vol. 82, 1203 -1230
Inglehart, R.; Carballo, M. Does Latin America Exist? (And is There a Confucian Culture?): A Global Analysis of Cross-Cultural Differences.
Political Science & Politics, 1997, Vol. 30, 34 - 46
Kenny, C. Does Growth Cause Happiness, or Does Happiness Cause Growth?
Kyklos, 1999, Vol. 52, 3 - 26
Hagerty, M.R.; Naik, P.; Tsai, C.L. The Effects of Quality of Life on National Elections: A Multi-Country Analysis.
Social Indicators Research, 2000, Vol. 49, 347 - 362
Inglehart, R.; Klingemann, H.D Genes, Culture, Democracy and Happiness.
Diener, E; Suh, E.M.; Eds.: "Culture and Subjective Well-Being", MIT Press, 2000, Cambridge, USA, 165 - 184
Delhey, J.; Newton, K. Who Trusts? The Origins of Social Trust in Seven Nations.
Working Paper FS III 02-402, Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB), May 2002, Germany
Veenhoven, R. Happiness as an Aim in Public Policy: the Greatest Happiness Principle.
Linley, R.A.; Joseph, S.; Eds.: "Positive Psychology in Practice", Wiley, 2004, USA, 658 - 678
Veenhoven, R. Le Bonheur du plus grand Nombre comme But des Politiques Sociales. (The Greatest Happiness Principle: Happiness as an Public Policy).
Revue Québécoise de Psychologie, 2007, Vol. 28, 35- 60
Veenhoven, R. Well-Being in Nations and Well-Being of Nations. Is There a Conflict Between Individual and Society?
Social Indicators Research, 2009, Vol. 91, 5 - 21.
Heylighen, F. Stimuleren van Geluk en Sociale Vooruitgang. Een Libertair Paternalistische Benadering. (Advancement of Happiness and Social Progress: A Libertarian Paternalistic Approach).
Ethiek & Maatschappij, 2009, Vol. 1, 147 - 167
Arvin, B.M.; Lew, B. Do Happiness and Foreign Aid affect Bilateral Migrant Remittances?
Journal of Economic Studies, 2012. Vol. 39, 212 - 230
Arvin, B.M.; Lew, B. Does Happiness Affect the Bilateral Aid Flows Between Donor and Recipient Countries?
European Journal of Development Research, 2010, Vol. 22, 546 - 563
Oishi, S. The psychological Wealth of Nations Do Happy People make a Happy Society?
Wiley-Blackwell, 2012, UK
Inglehart, R. Democracy and Happiness: What Causes What?
Paper presented at conference on human happiness at Notre Dame University, 2006, October 22 - 24, 2006
Graham, C. Happiness around the world.
Oxford University Press, 2009, UK
Veenhoven, R. Subjective Well-being in Nations
E. Diener, S. Oishi, & L. Tay. (Eds.):"Handbook of well-being", DEF Publishers, 2018, Salt Lake City, United States of America, Chapter 5
Crowley, F.; Walsh, E. How Important are Personal Ties, Trust and Tolerance for Life Satisfaction in Europe?
Working Paper, 2018, Spatial and Regional Economics Research Centre, Cork, Ireland