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Bibliographic Subjects » CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS » Situational correlates of happiness » Individual circumstances » Social status of more and less happy people » Financial situation » Wealth » Assets

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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Situational correlates of happiness Individual circumstances Social status of more and less happy people Financial situation Wealth Assets
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Assets, having, holding, possessions, property, gross wealth
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Headey, B.; Wooden, M. The Effects of Wealth and Income on Subjective Well-Being and Ill-Being.
Economic Record, 2004, Vol. 80, 24 - 33
2004
Christoph, B. The Relation between Life Satisfaction and the Material Situation: A Re-Evaluation using Alternative Measures.
Social Indicators Research, 2010, Vol. 98, 475 - 499
2010
Dehejia, R.; DeLeire, T.; Luttmer, E.F. Insuring Consumption and Happiness through Religious Organizations.
Journal of Public Economics, 2007 Vol. 91, 259 - 279
2007
Becchetti, L.; Conzo, P. Credit Access and Life Satisfaction: Evaluating The Nonmonetary Effects of Micro Finance.
Applied Economics, 2011, Vol. 45, 1201 - 1217
2011
Liu, Z.; Shang, Q. Individual Well-Being in Urban China: The Role of Income Expectations.
China Economic Review, 2012, Vol. 23, 833 - 849
2012
Brown, S.; Gray, D. Household Finances and Well-Being: An Empirical Analysis of Comparison Effects.
SERPS, 2014, No. 2014015, 1 - 39, Sheffield, UK.
2014
Cheng, Z.; King, S.; Smyth, R. Housing Property Rights and Subjective Wellbeing in Urban China.
European Journal of Political Economy, 2016, Vol. 45, 160 - 174
2016
Knight, J.B.; Gunatilaka, R. Memory and Anticipation: New Empirical Support for an Old Theory of the Utility Function.
Oxford Department of Economics Discussion Paper Series, 2014, Nr. 721, UK
2014
Berlin, M.; Kaunitz, N. Beyond Income: The Importance for Life Satisfaction of Having Access to a Cash Margin.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2015, Vol. 16, 1557 - 1573
2015
Taylor, M.; Jenkins, S.; Sacker, A. Financial Capability and Wellbeing: Evidence from the BHPS
Occasional Paper Series, 2009, Vol. 34, 1 - 98
2009
Hochman, O.; Skopek, N. The Impact of Wealth on Subjective Well-Being: A Comparison of Three Welfare-State Regimes.
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 2013, Vol. 34, 127 - 141
2013
Hamoudi, A.; Dowd, J.J. Housing Wealth, Psychological Well-being, and Cognitive Functioning of Older Americans.
Journal of Gerontology, series B, Psychology Science and Social Science, 2014, Vol. 69, 253 -262
2014
Liang, Y.; Zhu, D. Subjective Well-Being of Chinese Landless Peasants in Relatively Developed Regions: Measurement Using PANAS and SWLS.
Social Indicator Research, 2015, Vol. 123, 817 - 835
2015
Tay, L.; Batz-Barbarich, C; Kuykendall, L.; Parrigon, S. Debt and Subjective Well-being: The Other Side of the Income-Happiness Coin
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2017, Vol. 18, 90-3 - 937
2017
Guillen-Royo, M.; Camfield, L.; Velazco, J. Basic Needs and Wealth as Independent Determinants of Happiness: An Illustration from Thailand.
Social lndicators Research, 2013, Vol. 110, 517 - 536
2013
Ruberton, P.M.; Gladstone, J.J. How Your Bank Balance Buys Happiness: The Importance of "Cash on Hand" to Life Satisfaction.
Emotion, 2016, Vol. 16, 575 - 580
2016
Shifa, M.; Leibbrandt, M. Relative Economic Position and Subjective Well-Being in a Poor Society: Does Relative Position Indicator Matter?
Social lndicators Research, 2018, Vol. 139, 611-630
2018
Brokesova, Z.; Cupak, A.; Lepinteur, A.; Rizov, M. Wealth, Assets and Life Satisfaction: A Metadata Instrumental-Variable Approach
NBS Working Paper, 2021, Nr. 4, National Bank of Slovenia
2021