Overview of publications on Happiness
and
Subject Voting

Additional keywords: election

See also the Bibliography subjects:
 Political values, with 34 publications.

ReferenceBourne et al. (2014)
Author(s)Bourne, P.A.; Hudson-Davis, A.; Sharpe-Pryce, C.
TitleThe Socio-Psychological Conditions of Voting Behaviour and Health: Well-being and Well-being Factor Differentials.
SourceScholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences (SJAMS), 2014, Vol. 2, 1917- 1928
Year2014
WWW linkhttp://saspublisher.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/SJAMS-25F1917-1928.pdf
ISSN2347 954X
ISSN_online2320 6691
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no acceptable measure of happiness used.

ReferenceKuroki (2011)
Author(s)Kuroki, M.
TitleDoes Social Trust Increase Individual Happiness in Japan?
SourceThe Japanese Economic Review, 2011, Vol. 62, 444 - 450
Year2011
WWW linkhttps://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/j.1468-5876.2011.00533.x
DOI linkdoi: 10.1111/j.1468-5876.2011.00533.x
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Yes, but not yet entered.

ReferenceLiberini et al. (2014)
Author(s)Liberini, F.; Proto, E.; Redoano, M.
TitleHappy Voters.
SourceJournal of Public Economics, 2014, Vol. 146, 41 - 57
Year2014
WWW linkhttp://wrap.warwick.ac.uk/59343/
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Yes, but not yet entered.

ReferencePowdthavee et al. (2017)
Author(s)Powdthavee, N; Frijters, P.; Plagnol, A.C.
TitleWho Got the Brexit Blues? Using a Quasi Experiment to Show the Effect of Brexit on Subjective Wellbeing in the UK.
SourceIZA DP, 2017, No. 11206, 1 - 30
Year2017
WWW linkhttps://www.iza.org/publications/dp/11206/who-got-the-brexit-blues-using-a-quasi-experiment-to-show-the-effect-of-brexit-on-subjective-wellbeing-in-the-uk
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Yes, but not yet entered.

End of overview of publications on Happiness
and
Subject
Voting

4  Number of publications
3  Of which eligible for Findings archive
0  Entered
3  Waiting list