- 18+ aged, general public, Latin America, 1997-2007
- Survey name:
- N = 147446
- Non Response:
- Interview: face-to-face
- Authors's label
- Our Classification
- 1: Yes
Observed Relation with Happiness
- GDP per capita
- size of city
- socio-demographic characteristics
- marital status
- employment status
- economic situation
Comparison with matched group of non-homeowners (propensity score appoarch), suggests that the causality runs from home-ownership to happiness.
The impact results are robust to possible influences of non-observables.
The results hold in meta-impact approach, that uses impact calculations at individual country level.