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PURSUIT of HAPPINESS Should happiness be promoted?
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Should happiness be promoted?, desirable, good
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Authors Title / Source Year Krejci, J. Die Verantwortung für die Glückorientering zur Entfeinding und zum Frieden. (The Relevance of Happiness for Peace).
Unpublished Paper, University of Osnabrück, Department of Pedagogics and Culture, 1991, Germany
Myers, D.G. The Pursuit of Happiness. Who is Happy and Why?
William Morrow, 1992, New York, USA
Rescher, N. Social Welfare and Personal Happiness.
Rescher, N.; "Welfare", Snyder & Co, 1972, London, UK, 36 - 59
Mikulas, J. Zur Bedeutung des Konstruktes "Lebenszufriedenheit" für die Gerontologie. (Concept of Life-Satisfaction in Gerontology).
Zeitschrift für Alterforschung, 1988, Vol. 43, 195 - 211
Bergsma, A. Het Gewantrouwde Geluk. (Distrusted Happiness).
Psychologie, 1995, July/August
Moum, T. Needs, Rights and Resources in Quality of Life Research.
Nordenfelt, L.;Ed.: "Concepts and Measurement of Quality of Life in Health Care", Kluwer, 1994, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 79 - 93
Frijters, P. Explorations of Welfare and Well-Being.
Doctoral Dissertation, Thesis Publishers, 1999, Report nr. 196, Tinbergen Research Institute Series, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Frey, B.S.; Stutzer, A. Maximizing Happiness?
German Economic Review, 2000, Vol. 1, 145 - 167
Veenhoven, R. Het Grootste Geluk voor het Grootste Aantal: Geluk als Richtsnoer voor het Beleid. (The Greatest Happiness for the Greatest Number. Happiness as an Aim for Public Policy).
Sociale Wetenschappen, 2002, Vol. 4, 1 - 43
Diener, E.; Seligman, M.E.P. Beyond Money. Toward an Economy of Well-Being.
Psychological Science in the Public Interest, 2004, Vol. 5, 1 - 31
Diener, E.; Oishi, S. The Nonobvious Social Psychology of Happiness.
Psychological Inquiry, 2005, Vol. 4, 162 - 167
King, A.C. Interventions for Enhancing Subjective Well-Being. Can We Make People Happier and Should We?
Eid, M.;Larsen, R.J.;Eds.: ''The Science of Subjective Well-Being'', The Guilford Press, 2008, New York, USA, 431 - 448
Veenhoven, R. Does Happiness Matter? On the Value of Great Happiness for a Great Number.
Stam, J.; Veenhoven,R.; Ed.: 'Quality of Life and Happiness of People in Japan and The Netherlands,' KIT Publishers, 2007, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 156 - 163.
Duncan, G. Should Happiness-Maximization be the Goal of Government.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2010, Vol. 11, Nr. 2, 163-178.
Boerefijn, J. Should Happiness be Taught at School?
Working Paper, Verwey-Jonker Instituut:, 2010, Utrecht, Netherlands
Duncan, G. After Happiness.
Journal of Political Ideologies, 2007, Vol. 12, 85 - 108
Brülde, B. Lyckans och Lidandets Etik. (The Ethics of Happiness and Suffering).
Thales, 2009, Stockholm, Sweden
Veenhoven, R. Greater Happiness for a Greater Number. Is that Possible and Desirable?
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2010, Vol. 11, 605 - 629
Veenhoven, R. Grösseres Glück für eine grössere Zahl. Ist das möglich und erstrebenswert? Neue Ergebnisse der Glücksforschung. (Greater Happiness for a Greater Number. Is that Possible and Desirable? New results of Happiness Research
Döring, D:Kroker, E.J.;Eds.; ''Vom Glück'', Societäts Verlag, 2012, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Popovic, N. Should Education Have Happiness Lessons?
David, S. A.; Boniwell, I.; Ayers, A. C.; Eds: "The Oxford Handbook of Happiness", Oxford University Press, 2013, Oxford, UK, 551 - 562
VandenBroucke, F. Geluk, Weteschap en Politiek: een Pleidooi voor Helder Denken. (Happiness, Science and Politics: a Pledge for clear Thinking).
Van Damme S.; Ed: "Geluk: Drang of Dwang?", Academia Press, 2012, Gent, Belgium, 1 - 24
Frey, B.S.; Stutzer, A. Should We Maximize National Happiness?
Institute for Empirical Research in Economics, 2006, Working Paper Series No. 306, 1 - 26, Zurich, Switzerland
Veenhoven, R. Sturen op Geluk. Is dat Mogelijk en Wenselijk? (Governing on Happiness: Is That Possible and Desirable?)
Sociaal Cultureel Planbureau, "Sturen op Geluk?", SCP Publication, 2012, The Hague, The Netherlands, 34 - 47
Diener, E.; Tay, L. A Scientific Review of the Remarkable Benefits of Happiness for Successful and Healthy Living.
Royal Government of Bhutan Report, Benefits of Happiness, 2012, 1 - 31
Booth, Ph. Politicians in a muddle.
Booth, Ph.; Eds.: "…and the Pursuit of Happiness", The Institute of Economic Affairs, 2012, Westminster, London, UK, 25 - 35
Oishi, S.; Diener, E. Can and Should Happiness Be a Policy Goal?
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2014, Vol. 1, 195 - 203
Boettke, P.J. Lessons from Austrian and Public Choice Economics for the Happiness Debate.
Book ..And the Pursuit of Happiness, 2012, Chapter 8, 205 - 221
DeVos, M. The Unbearable Lightness of Happiness Policy.
Book:...and the Pursuit of Happiness, 2012, Chapter 7, 181 - 201
Frey, B.S. Research on Well-Being: Determinants, Effects, and its Relevance for Management
CREMA, Working Paper 2017-11
King, L.A. Interventions for Enhancing Subjective Well-Being Can We Make People Happier, and Should we?.
Micheal Eid, Randy J. Larsen, ''The Science of Subjective Well-Being'', 2008, The Guilford Press, London, Uk, 431 - 448
Sgroi, D.; Hills, T.; Oswald, A.J.; Proto, E. Understanding Happiness. A cage Policy Report.
Karin Brandn, "Understanding Happiness. A cage Policy Report", 2017, The Social Market Foundation, London, Uk, 1 - 116
Binder, M. Innovativeness and Subjective Well-Being.
Social Indicators Research, 2013, Vol. 111, 561 - 578
Fissi, M. Should Happiness Guide Social Policy?
South African Journal of Philosophy, 2014, Vol. 33, 473 - 485
Layous, K. Malleability and Intentional Activities.
Diener, E., Oishi, S. and Tay, L. (Eds.) 2018, Handbook of Well-Being, DEF Publishers, Salt Lake City, USA
Smith, R.H. The Long Slide to Happiness
Journal of Philosophy of Education, 2008, Vol. 42, 559-573
Rivero, C.; Vauclair, C. What makes a good Society? Happiness and the Role of contextual and psychological Factors
Da Silva, S. (Ed.) New Interdisciplinary Landscapes in Morality and Emotion, 2018, Routledge, London, United Kingdom
Hersch, G. Ignoring Easterlin: Why Easterlin’s Correlation Findings Need Not Matter to Public Policy
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2018, Vol. 19, 2225-2241
Veenhoven, R. Greater Happiness for a Greater Number. Is that Possible? If so, how?
Marei Salama-Younes (Ed.) Arabic Positive Psychology, 2012, Anglo-Egyptian Bookshop, Cairo, Egypt, 101 - 115
Veenhoven, R. Greatest Happiness for the Greatest Number.
Alex C. Michalos (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research, 2014, Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 2612 - 2613
Kesebir, P.; Diener, E. In Defense of Happiness: Why Policymakers Should Care about Subjective Well-Being
Bruni, L. et al (Eds.): "Capabilities and Happiness", 2008, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK
Evans, J. The End of History and the Invention of Happiness
Bache I., Scott K. (Eds), 2018, The Politics of Wellbeing. Wellbeing in Politics and Policy. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham