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PURSUIT of HAPPINESS Do people seek happiness?
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Do people seek happiness?, motivation, hedonism
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Authors Title / Source Year Albersnagel, F. Opmerkingen over Menselijk Geluk. (Observations on Human Happiness).
Gedrag: Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 1973, Vol. 1, 3 - 33
Mohr, H.M. Ansätze zur Erklärung subjektiven Wohlbefindens mit Paneldaten. (Preliminary Explanation of Subjective Well-Being Basis of Panel-Data).
Unpublished Manuscript, 1987, Sfb 3, University of Mannheim, Germany
Headey, B. An Economic Model of Subjective Well-Being: Integrating Economic and Psychological Theories.
Social Indicators Research, 1993, Vol. 28, 97 - 116
Lane, R.E. The Market Experience.
Cambridge University Press, 1991, New York, USA
Ng, Y.K. From Preference to Happiness. Towards a More Complete Welfare.
Paper presented at Conference 'Economics and the Pursuit of Happiness', Nuffield College, February 2000, Oxford, UK
Frey, B.S.; Stutzer, A. Maximizing Happiness?
German Economic Review, 2000, Vol. 1, 145 - 167
Suh, E.M. Self, the Hyphen between Culture and Subjective Well-Being.
Diener, E.; Suh, E.M.; Eds.: "Culture and Subjective Well-Being", MIT Press, 2000, Cambridge, USA, 63 - 86
Sirgy, M.J. The Psychology of Quality of Life.
Kluwer, 2002, Social Indicators Research Series, Vol. 12, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Austin, J. Pleasure and Happiness.
Philosophy, 1968, Vol. 43, 51 - 62
Rayo, L.; Becker, G.S. Evolutionary Efficiency and Happiness.
Journal of Political Economy, 2007, Vol. 115, 302 - 328
Kesebir, P.; Diener, E. In Pursuit of Happiness Empirical Answers to Philosophical Questions.
Perspective on Psychological Science, 2008, Vol. 3, 117 - 125.
Benjamin, D.J.; Heffetz, O.; Kimball, M.S. Do People Seek to Maximize Happiness? Evidence from New Surveys.
Working Paper 16489, NBER, 2010, Cambridge, USA
Adler, M.; Dolan, A.B.; Kavetsos, G. Would you Choose to be Happy? Tradeoffs between Happiness and the other Dimensions of Life in a Large Population Survey.
Duke Law School Public Law & Legal Theory Series, 2015, No. 2015-35, 1 - 51
Fleurbaey, M; Schwandt, H. Do People Seek to Maximize Their Subjective Well‐Being?
IZA DP, 2015 No. 9450, 1 - 33, Zurich, Switzerland
Luhmann, M.; Hawkley, L.C.; Necka, E.A. Is Valuing Happiness associated with Lower Well-Being? A Factor-Level Analysis using the Valuing Happiness Scale.
Journal of Research in Personality, 2016, Vol. 60, 46 - 50
Ocean, N. The Determinants of Well-Being Prioritisation over the Life Cycle.
Warwick Working Paper Series, 2016, Vol. 301, 1 - 41
Ford, B.Q.; Mauss, I.B. The Paradoxical Effects of Pursuing Positive Emotion: When And Why Wanting To Feel Happy Backfires.
Gruber,J and Moskowitz, J (Eds.), 2014, "Positive Emotion: Integrating the Light Sides and Dark Sides", Oxford University Press, Chapter 20
Scheuer,N. Do People Choose What Makes Them Happy and how Do They Decide at All? A Theoretical Inquiry
Gutenberg School of Management and Economics Discussion Paper, Nr. 2002, 2020, Mainz, Germany