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Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Instrumental variable analysis

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MODES OF EMPIRICAL HAPPINESS RESEARCH Methods used in happiness research (other than cross-sections) Statistical analysis Instrumental variable analysis
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Instrumental variable analysis,

List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Ruseski, J.E.; Hallman, K.; Humphreys, B.R. Sport Participation and Subjective Well-Being: Instrumental Variable Results From German Survey Data.
Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 2014, 11, 396 - 403
2014
Guven, C. Reversing the Question: Does Happiness Affect Consumption and Savings Behavior?
SOEP paper Nr. 219, DIW Berlin, 2009
2009
Tran, T.Q.; Vu, H. Housing and Well-being among the Vietnamese Elderly
Working Paper,, 2017, DEPOCEN, Nr, 2017-02, Vietnam
2017
Castellacci, F.; Schwabe, H. Internet Use and the U-shaped Relationship Between Age and Well-being.
Working Paper, 2018, Nr. 0215, TIK Centre, University of Oslo, Norway
2018
Armstrong, C; Devlin, R.A.; Seifi, F. Doing Good, Feeling Good: Causal Evidence from Canadian Volunteers.
Working Paper, Nr 1807e, 2018, University of Ottawa, Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, Ontario, Canada
2018
Ugur, Z.B. Donate More, Be Happier! Evidence from the Netherlands.
Applied Research in Quality of Life, 2018, Vol. 13, 157-177
2018
Kyriopoulos, I.; Athanasakis, K.; Kyriopoulos, J. Are Happy People Healthier? An Instrumental Variable Approach Using Data from Greece
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 2018, Vol. 72:12, 1153 - 1161
2018
Huang, L.; Dalziel, K.; Frijters, P. Life Satisfaction, QALYs, and the Monetary Value of Health
Social Science and Medicine, 2018, Vol. 211, 131 - 136
2018
Kaiser, C. People Do Not Adapt to Income Changes: A Re-evaluation of the Dynamic Effects of (Reference) Income on Life Satisfaction with GSOEP and UKHLS Data
Working Paper, 2018, MPRA No. 89867
2018
Mentzakis, E.; Roberts, B.; Suhrcke, M. Estimating the Causal Effect of Alcohol Consumption on Well-Being for a Cross-Section of 9 Former Soviet Union Countries
Social Science & Medicine, 2013, Vol. 89, 1 - 7
2013