Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Inequality in social prestige in nation

Classification path:
CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Situational correlates of happiness Societal context: National setting Nation characteristics Inequality in the nation inequality of opportunities in nation Inequality in social prestige in nation
Additional keywords
Inequality in social prestige in nation,social stratification, social distance, social ladder, have have-not, ingroup outgroup
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Falk, A.; Knell, M. Choosing the Joneses on the Endogenerty of Reference Groups.
Working paper No 53, Institute for Emperical Research in Economy, University of Zurich, 2000, Switzerland
Veenhoven, R. Die Rückkehr der Ungleichheit in die moderne Gesellschaft? Die Verteillung der Lebenszufriedenheit in den EU-Ländern von 1973 bis 1996. ( Return of Inequlaity in Modern Society? Dispersion of Life-Satisfaction in EU-Nations 1973 -1996).
Glatzer, W.;Habich, R.;Mayer, K.U.;Eds.: "Sozialer Wandel und gesellschaftliche Dauerbeobachtung", Leske & Budrich, 2002, Opladen, Germany, 273 - 293
Veenhoven, R. Social Equality and State-Welfare-Effort.
Paper presented at the International Sociological Conference 'Towards the Good Society. Applying the Social Sciences', June 1992, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Veenhoven, R. Well-Being in the Welfare State: Level not Higher, Distribution not More Equitable.
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, 2000, Vol. 2, 91 - 125
Veenhoven, R. Resultaat van de Verzorgingsstaat: Leefbaarheid en Gelijkheid. ( Effects of the Welfare State: Livability and Equality).
VandeBraak, H.J.;Ed.: Rationaliteit en beleid: Hoofdstukken uit de Rotterdamse Sociologie", Academisch Boeken Centrum, 1990, De Lier, Netherlands, 41 - 80
Veenhoven, R. Welzijn in de verzorgingsstaat. Niveau niet hoger, verdeling niet gelijker. ( Well-being in the welfare state: Level not higher, distribution not more equitable).
Brinkgreve, C.;VanLieshout, P.;Eds.: "Geregelde Gevoelens", Elsevier, 1999, Maarssen, Netherlands, 155 - 195
Veenhoven, R. Inequality in Happiness. Inequality in Countries Compared Between Countries.
Paper 12th Work Congress of Sociology, July 1990, Madrid, Spain
VandeVliert, E.; Janssen, O. Competive Societies are Happy if the Women are Less Compitive than the Men.
Cross-Cultural Research, 2002, Vol. 36, 321 - 337
Mookerjee, R.; Beron, K.D. Gender, Religion and Happiness.
The Journal of Socio-Economics, 2005, Vol. 34, 674 - 685
Cullis, J.; Hudson, J.C.; Jones, P. A Different Rationale for Redistribution: A Reply to Bjornskov.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2011, Vol. 12, 349 - 351
Macunovich, D.J. A Note on Inequality Aversion Across Countries, Using Two New Measures.
IZA Discussion Paper No. 5734, 2011, Bonn, Germany
Brulé, G; Veenhoven, R. Why are Latin Europeans Less Happy? The Impact of Hierarchy.
Camevacci, M.;Ed.: 2012, "Polyphonic Antroplogy: Theoretical and Emperical"