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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Situational correlates of happiness Physical environment Natural environment Pollution
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Pollution, smog, contamination, toxic waste, litter, noise
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Welsch, H. Preferences over Prosperity and Pollution: Environmental Valuation based on Happiness Surveys.
Kyklos, 2002, Vol. 55, 473 - 494
VanPraag, B.M.; Baarsma, B.E. Using Happiness Surveys to Value Intangibles: The Case of Airport Noise.
The Economic Journal, 2005, V0l. 115, 224 - 246
DiTella, R.; MacCulloch, R.J. Gross National Happiness as an Answer to the Easterlin Paradox?
Paper, Harvard Business School, 2005, USA
Rehdanz, K.; Maddison, D. Local Environmental Quality and Life-Satisfaction in Germany.
Ecological Economics, Vol. 64, 787 - 797
Ferrer-i-Carbonell, A.; Gowdy, J.M. Environmental Degradation and Happiness.
Ecological Economics, 2007, Vol. 60, 509 - 516
Luechinger, S. Valuing Air Quality Using the Life Satisfaction Approach.
Paper, International Conference, Policies for Happiness, 2007, Siena, Italy.
Berger, E.M. A Note on the High Stability of Happiness: The Minimal Effects of a Nuclear Catastrophe on Life Satisfaction.
Discussion Paper 803, Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (DIW), 2008, Berlin, Germany
Frey, B.S.; Luechinger, S.; Stutzer, A. The Life Satisfaction Approach to Environmental Valuation.
IZA discussion Paper no 4478, 2009, Bonn, Germany
Smyth, R.; Nielsen, I.; Zhai, Q Environmental Surroundings and Personal Well-Being in Urban China.
Discussion Paper 31/08, Department of Economics, University of Monash, 2008, Melbourne, Australia
Levinson, A. Valuing Public Goods using Happiness Data: The Case of Air Quality.
Journal of Public Economics, 96, 869-880
Welsch, H. Environment and Happiness: Valuation of Air Pollution using Life Satisfaction Data.
Ecological Economics, 2006, Vol. 58, 801 - 813
Welsch, H. Environmental Welfare Analysis: A Life Satisfaction Approach.
Ecological Economics, 2007, Vol. 62, 544 - 551
MacKerron, G; Mourato, S Life Satisfaction and Air Quality in London.
Ecological Economics, 2009, Vol. 68, 1441 - 1453
Smyth, R.; Mishra, V.; Qian, X. The Environment and Well-being in Urban China.
Ecological Economics, 2008, Vol.68, 547 - 555
Tiwari, A.K. Happiness and Environmental Degradation: What Determines Happiness?
Economics Bulletin, 2011, Vol. 31, 3192 - 3210
Smyth, R.; Nielsen, I.; Zhai, Q A Study of the Impact of Environmental Surroundings on Personal Well-being in Urban China using a Multi-Item Well-Being Indicator.
Population and Environment, 2011, Vol. 32, 353 - 375
Silva, J.; DeKeulenaer, F.; Johnstone, N. Environmental quality and life satisfaction.
OECD Environment Working Papers no. 44, 2012, Paris, France
Ferreira, S.; Moro, M. On the Use of Subjective Well-being Data for Environmental Valuation.
Stirling Economics Discussion paper 2009-24, 2009, Stirling, UK
Oswald, A.J. The Value to the Environmental Movement of the New Literature on the Economics of Happiness.
Warwick Economic Research Papers No 997, 2012, Coventry , UK
Ambrey, C.L.; Chan, A. Y.; Fleming, C.M. Estimating the Cost of Air Pollution in South East Queensland: An Application of the Life Satisfaction Non-Market Valuation Approach.
AARES Paper, 2013, Sydney, Australia
Ferreira, S.; Akay, A.; Brereton, F.J. Life Satisfaction and Air Quality in Europe.
Ecological Economics, 2013, Vol. 88, 1-10
Levinson, A. Valuing Air Quality Using Happiness Data: The Case of Air Quality
Journal of Public Economics, 96, 869-880
Levinson, A. Happiness, Behavioral Economics, and Public Policy.
NBER Working Paper, 2013, No. 19329, Washington DC, USA
Luechinger, S. Life Satisfaction and Transboundary Air Pollution.
Economics Letters, 2010, Vol.107, 4 - 6
Silva, J.; Brown, Z. More than the Sum of their Parts: Valuing Environmental Quality by Combining Life Satisfaction Surveys and GIS Data.
OECD Working Papers, 2013, Vol 1, No.50, Paris, France
Laureti, T. Life Satisfaction and Environmental conditions in Italy: A pseudo-panel Approach.
Discussion Papers, University of Pizza, 2014, No. 192, 1 - 34, Italy
Zhang, X.; Zhang, X. Happiness in the Air: How Does a Dirty Sky Affect Subjective Well-being?
IZA Discussion Paper No. 9312, 2015, Germany
Liao, P.S.; Lin, B.C.; Shaw, D.M. Environmental Quality and Life Satisfaction: Subjective Versus Objective Measures of Air Quality
Social Indicators Research, 2015, Vol. 124, 993 -1013
Zhang, X.; Chen, X.; Zhang, X. Valuing Air Quality Using Happiness Data: The Case of China.
IZA Discussion Paper, 2016, No. 10028, 1 - 30
Brereton, F.J. The Influence of the Environment on Subjective Wellbeing.
ESS Web Publication: Measuring and Reporting on Europeans' Wellbeing: Findings from the European Social Survey.2015
Knight, S.; Howley, P. Can Clean Air make you Happy? Examining the Effect of Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) on Life Satisfaction.
HEDG, 2017, WP. 17, 1 - 32
Majeed, M.T.; Mumtaz, S. Happiness and Environmental Degradation: A Global Analysis.
Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences, 2017, Vol. 11, 753 - 772.
Giovanis, E. Worthy to Lose some Money for Better Air Quality: Applications of Bayesian Networks on the Causal Effect of Income and Air Pollution on Life Satisfaction in Switzerland.
Empirical Economics, 2019, Vol. 57, 1579-1611
Gu, L.; Rosenberg, M.W.; Zeng, J. Competing Forces of Socioeconomic Development and Environmental Degradation on Health and Happiness for Different Income Groups in China.
International Journal of Health Services, 2017, Vol. 47, 752 - 777
Barrington-Leigh, C.; Behzadnejad, F Evaluating the Short-Term Cost of Low-Level Local Air Pollution: A Life Satisfaction Approach.
Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 2017, Vol. 19, 269-298
Li, V.O.K.; Han, Y.; Lam, J.C.K.; Lu, Z. UMeAir: Predicting Momentary Happiness Towards Air Quality via Machine Learning
Conference Paper, 2018, The 2018 acm international joint conference on pervasive and ubiquitous computing (ubicom 218), Singapore, Singapore @ubicomp,
Mendoza, Y.; Aguilar, A.; Loyola, R. Valuation of Air Quality in Chile: The Life Satisfaction Approach
Social Indicators Research, 2019, Vol. 145, 367-387
Chang, P. J.; Lin, Y.; Song, R. Air Pollution as a Moderator in the Association Between Leisure Activities and Well‑Being in Urban China
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2019, Vol. 20, 2401-2430
Birkjær, M; Kaats, M.; Rubio, A Wellbeing Adjusted Life Years
The Happiness Research Institute & Leaps by Bayer, 2020, Berlin, Germany
Zhang, X.; Chen, X.; Zhang, X. The Effects of Exposure to Air Pollution on Subjective Well-being in China
IZA Discussion Paper, 2019, Nr. 12313, Institute of Labor Economics, Bonn, Germany
Darçin, M. How Air Pollution Affects Subjective Well-Being
Well-Being and Quality of Life - Medical Perspective, 2017, Intech Open, Chapter 10
Israel, D.; Levinson, A. Examining the Relationship between Household Satisfaction and Pollution
Confrence Paper, 2003, Eastern Economics Association Meetings
Levinson, A. Happiness and Air Pollution
Working Paper, 2020, Georgetown University Economics Department and NBER
Li, Y.; Guan, D.; Tao, S. A Review of Air Pollution Impact on Subjective Well-Being: Survey Versus Visual Psychophysics
Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018, Vol. 184, 959 - 968
Li, Z.; Folmer, H.; Xue, J. To What Extent Does Air Pollution Affect Happiness? The Case of The Jinchuan Mining Area, China
Ecological Economics, 2014, Vol. 99, 88 - 99
Danzer, A.M.; Danzer, N. The long-run consequences of Chernobyl: Evidence on subjective well-being, mental health and welfare
Journal of Public Economics 135 (2016) 47–60