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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Personal correlates of happiness Psychological characteristics Views Values Work values
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Work values, work ethic
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Authors Title / Source Year VanSteenkiste, M.; DeWitte, H. Examining the Relation between Work Values, Basic Need Satisfaction, Job Satisfaction and Well-Being: A Self-Determination Approach.
Research Paper, 2002, University of Leuven, Centre for Motivation Psychology, Belgium
Fuentes Kraffczyk, N.C.; Garcia Vega, J.J. Work Beliefs and Happiness in Mexico.
PowerPoint Presentation, ISQOLS Conference, November 2004, Philadelphia, USA
Veenhoven, R. Als Geld niet Gelukkig maakt Waarom werken we dan zo hard? ( If Money does not buy Happiness, why do we work so much?)
VanDerSteen, J.; VanHeeswijk, J.; 'Geld speelt geen Rol'. Een Verschuiving in Waarden van Welvaart naar Welzijn?' HITQ Centre for Innovation, 2007, The Hague, The Netherlands.61 - 67
Veenhoven, R. Findings on Happiness and Work: Attitudes.
World Database of Happiness, Collection of Correlational Findings, Finding report W5, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Printout 2009,
VanHoorn, A.A. The Economics of Preference Heterogeneity.
Thesis Radboud University Nijmegen, 2011, Nijmegen, Netherlands.
Krause, A. Work to Live or Live to Work? Unemployment, Happiness, and Culture.
IZA discussion Paper no. 6101, 2011, Bonn, Germany
Masuda, A.D.; Sortheix, F.M. Work-Family Values, Priority Goals and Life Satisfaction: A Seven Year Follow-up of MBA Students.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2012, Vol. 13, 1131 - 1144
VanHoorn, A.A.; Maseland, R. Does a Protestant Work Ethic Exist? Evidence from the Well-being Effect of Unemployment.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2013, Vol. 91, 1 - 12
Steel, P.; Taras, V.; Uggerslev, K. The Happy Culture: A Theoretical, Meta-Analytic, and Empirical Review of the Relationship Between Culture and Wealth and Subjective Well-Being.
Personality and Social Psychology Review. 2017, 1- 42
Stam,K.; Sieben,I.; Verbakel,E. Employment Status and Subjective Well-Being: The Role of the Social Norm to Work
Work, employment and society, 2016, Vol. 30, 309-333