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Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Job protection in nation

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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Situational correlates of happiness Societal context: National setting Nation characteristics Economy in the nation Working conditions in nation Job protection in nation
Additional keywords
Job protection in nation,flexwork, tenure,
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Bergheim, S. The Happy Variety of Capitalism.
Deutsche Bank Research, 2007, 25 april, 1 - 22
2007
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
2007
Radcliff, B.F. The Political Economy of Human Happiness. How Voters' Choices Determine the Quality of Life.
Cambridge University Press, 2013, New York, USA
2013
Anderson, C.J.; Hecht, J.D. Happiness and the Welfare State: Decommodification and the Political Economy of the Subjective Well-Being.
University Publishing Online, 2015, I4, 357 - 380
2015
Ochsen, C.; Welsch, H. Who Benefits from Labor Market Institutions? Evidence from Surveys of Life Satisfaction.
Journal of Economic Psychology, 2012, Vol. 33, 112 - 124
2012
Boarini, R. Can Governments Boost People’s Sense of Well-Being? The Impact of Selected Labour Market and Health Policies on Life Satisfaction.
Social Indicators Research, 2013, Vol. 114, 105 - 120
2013
Carr, E.; Chung, H. Employment Insecurity and Life Satisfaction: The moderating Influence of Labour Market Policies across Europe.
Journal of European Social Policy, 2014, Vol. 24, 383 - 399
2014
Luecke, C.; Knabe, A. How Much Does Others' Protection Matter? Employment Protection, Future Labour Market Prospects and Well Being.
CESifo Working Papers, 2018, No. 6936, 1 - 35
2018
Morgan, R.; O'Connor, K.J. Labor Market Policy and Subjective Well-being during the Great Recession
GLO Discussion Paper No. 372, Global Labor Organization, 2019, 1-32
2019