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Correlational findings

Study Haindorfer (2019): study ZZ Eastern Europe 2012

Public:
21-65 aged, commuters from Slowakia, Tsjechia and Hungary, 2012-2013
Survey name:
AT TRANSLAB survey 2012-2013
Sample:
Respondents:
N = 2687
Non Response:
Assessment:
Interview: face-to-face

Correlate

Authors's label
Feeling of identity
Our Classification
Operationalization
Selfreport on identity:
a Nation of origin (CZ, SL, H) (reference)
b Middle European
c European
d World citizen
e None of these

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks O-SLW-c-sq-n-10-af b = +/-                            b
a Nation of origin(ref.)
b Middle European        +.21(ns)
c European               +.26(.10)
d World citizen          -.01(ns)
e None of these          -.02(ns)
O-SLW-c-sq-n-10-af Beta = +/-                           beta
a Nation of origin(ref.)
b Middle European        +.04(ns)
c European               +.05(.10)
d World citizen          -.00(ns)
e None of these          -.00(ns)

b and beta controlled for:
- Gross monthly income
- Personal wealth development
- Job related health risks
- Job security
- Commuting time in minutes (plus squared)
- Education level
- Knowledge of the German language
- Balanced relation between work and family
- Marital status
- Having children
- Frequency contact w. other commuters/friends
- Frequency contact w. Austrian friends
- Working climate
- Discrimination on the job
- Number of commuters in family/friends
- Enough leisure time
- Possibilities upward mobility
- Possibilities realizing own ideas
- Irregular employment
- Nation of origin
- Gender
- Age  and age squared
- Employment status
- Type of business
- Company size
- Ethnic differentiation on workfloor
- Commuting frequency
- Employment status before current job