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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Situational correlates of happiness Societal context: National setting Nation characteristics Economy in the nation Inflation in nation
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Inflation in nation, money safety, price rise, deflation
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Authors Title / Source Year Dolan, P.; Peasgood, T.; White, M.P. Review of Research on the Influences on Personal Well-Being and Application to Policy Making.
Report for Defra, 2006, UK
Becchetti, L.; Castriota, S.; Giuntella, O The Effects of Age and Job Protection on the Welfare Costs of Inflation and Unemployment: A Source of ECB Anti-Inflation Bias?
Paper International Conference 'Policies for Happiness', 2007, Siena, Italy
Luengas, P.; Ruprah, I.J. Should Central Banks target Happiness? Evidence from Latin America.
Working paper: OVE/WP-02/09, 2009, Inter-American Development Bank, Washington DC, USA.
Blanchflower, D.G. Is Unemployment more Costly than Inflation?
NBER Working Paper no 13505, 2007, Cambridge, USA
Walsh, B. The Influence of Macro-Economic Conditions and Institutional Quality on National Levels of Life Satisfaction.
Working Paper 12/08, UCD Centre for Economic Research, 2012, Dublin, Ireland
Ruprah, I.J.; Luengas, P. Monetary Policy and Happiness: Preferences over Inflation and Unemployment in Latin America.
The Journal of Socio-Economics, 2011, Vol. 40 , 59 - 66
Hill, R. Real Income, Unemployment and Subjective Well-Being: Revisiting the Costs and Benefits of Inflation Reduction in Canada.
Canadian Public Policy / Analyse de Politiques, 2000, Vol. 26, 399 - 414
Walsh, B. Adjusting to the Crisis: Well-Being and Economic Conditions in Ireland.
International Journal of Happiness and Development, 2012, Vol 1, 28 - 48
Tsai, M.C. Instability's Impact on Subjective Well-Being: A Cross-National Study.
Social Indicators Research, 2009, Vol. 35, 101 - 114
Landau, S.F. The Effect of Objective Social Stress Factors on Subjective Perception of Well-Being and Social Solidarity: The Israeli Case.
Human Relations, 1989, Vol. 42, 487 - 508
DiTella, R.; MacCulloch, R.J. Happiness, Contentment and Other Emotions for Central Banks.
NBER, 2007, Working Paper 13622, Cambridge, USA
Hariri, J.G.; Bjornskov, C.; Justesen, M.K. Economic Shocks and Subjective Well-Being Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment.
Policy Research Working Paper 7209, World Bank Group, 2015 Washington DC, USA
Welsch, H.; Kühling, J. How Has the Crisis of 2008-2009 Affected Subjective Well-Being? Evidence from 25 OECD Countries.
Zentra Working Papers, 2015, No. 50, 1 - 39, Oldenburg, Germany
Hübner, M.; Klemm, M. Preferences over inflation and unemployment in Europe: a north-south divide?
Int. Rev. Econ., 2015, Vol. 62, 319 - 335
Zhang, S.; Ou, S.H. The Impact of Inflation on Expenditures and Happiness in China.
Journal of Chinese Economics, 2013, Vol. 1, 55 - 76
Blanchflower, D.G.; Bell, D.N.; Montagnoli, A.; Moro, M. The Happiness Trade-Off between Unemployment and Inflation
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 2013, Vol 46, 117-141
Helliwell, J.F.; Wang, S. Life Satisfaction in Korea: Trends, Distributions, and Explanations
Wang, S. (Ed.) Measuring and Explaining Subjective Well-being in Korea, 2014, Korea Development Institute, Korea, Chapter 3