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Bibliographic Subjects » CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS » Situational correlates of happiness » Societal context: » National setting » Nation characteristics » Government in nation » Corruption in nation

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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Situational correlates of happiness Societal context: National setting Nation characteristics Government in nation Corruption in nation
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Corruption in nation, favoritism, nepotism, white collar crime, shadow economy
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Welsch, H. The Welfare Costs of Corruption.
Applied Economics, 2008, Vol. 40, 1839 - 1849
Diener, E.; Suh, E.M. Unhappiness in South Korea: Why it is High and What Might be done About It.
Proceedings of the Korean Psychological Association, 2010, Seoul, South Korea
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
Altindag, D.T.; Xu, J. The Impact of Institutions and Development on Happiness.
LSU Working Paper 2009-17, Louisiana State University, 2009, Baton Rouge, USA
Arvin, B.M.; Lew, B. Development Aid, Corruption and the Happiness of Nations: Analysis of 118 Countries over the Years 1996 - 2009
Applied Econometrics and International Development , 2012, Vol. 12, 69 - 78
Arvin, B.M.; Lew, B. Does Income Matter in the Happiness-Corruption Relationship?
Economic Studies, Vol. 41, 2014, 469 - 490
Tay, L.; Diener, E.; Herian, M.N. Detrimental Effects of Corruption and Subjective Well-Being: Whether, How, and When.
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2014, 1-9
León, C.J.; Arana, J.E.; Leon, J. Valuing the Social Cost of Corruption using Subjective Well Being Data and the Technique of Vignettes.
Applied Economics, 2013, Vol. 45, 3863 - 3870
Zheng, W.W.; Huang, Z.W.; Liu, L. Life Satisfaction as a Buffer of the Relationship between Corruption Perception and political Participation.
Social Indicators Research, 2016, on line version.
Cysne, R.P.; Féres, J. Subjective Well-Being and the Welfare Costs of Corruption: A Panel Data Approach.
Anpec Source, 2016, 1 - 16
Moller, V.; Roberts, B.; Tiliouine, H. 'Waiting for Happiness’ in Africa
Helliwell, J et al (Eds.) "World Happiness Report", 2017, Sustainable Development Solutions Network, New York, USA, 84 - 121
Ciziceno, M.; Travaglino, G.A. Perceived Corruption and Individuals’ Life Satisfaction: The Mediating Role of Institutional Trust
Social Indicators Research, 2019, Vol. 141, 685-701
Amini, C.; Douarin, E. Corruption and Life Satisfaction in Transition: Is Corruption a Social Norm in Eastern Europe?
Social Indicators Research, 2020, Vol. 151, 723-766
Anderson, T. A Global Examination of the Relationship Between Corruption and Well-Being and Happiness
Journal of Politics and Democratization, 2016, Vol.1, 1 - 22