The Origins of Happiness
Nattavudh Powdthavee, Andrew Clark, Richard Layard, et al.
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A new perspective on life satisfaction and well-being over the life course
What makes people happy? The Origins of Happiness seeks to revolutionize how we think about human priorities and to promote public policy changes that are based on what really matters to people. Drawing on a range of evidence using large-scale data from various countries, the authors consider the key factors that affect human well-being, including income, education, employment, family conflict, health, childcare, and crime. The Origins of Happiness offers a groundbreaking new vision for how we might become more healthy, happy, and whole.
Economic growth, Generosity, Society, Midwife, Household income, World Happiness Report, Probability, Widow, Percentile, Class size, Birth weight, Cohort study, Percentage, Determinant, Primary school, Quality-adjusted life year, Parenting, Family Conflict, Centre for Economic Performance, Self-report study, Teacher, Economic development, Rishi Khosla, Longitudinal study, Developed country, Marital status, Middle age, National Institute on Aging, Jeremy Bentham, Birth order, Receptionist, Cohabitation, Respondent, Standard error, Tim Besley, Standard deviation, Coefficient, Employment, Quality of life, Emotional well-being, Life expectancy, Marginal utility, Prevalence, Child development, Finding, Loneliness, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, Health care, Family income, European Social Survey, Standard of living, Subjective well-being, Income, Estimation, Well-being, Addition, Panel analysis, Linear regression, Norm (social), Discounts and allowances, Symptom, Externality, Mental disorder, Cross-sectional data, Sibling, Longevity, Household, Questionnaire, Educational attainment, Panel data, Year, Economic inequality, Cost-effectiveness analysis, Correlation coefficient, Anxiety disorder, Parent, Academic achievement, Wealth, Economic and Social Research Council, Low birth weight, Tax, University of Bristol, Seminar, Gus O'Donnell, Parenting styles, Adult, Social capital, Cost–benefit analysis, Public expenditure, Martine, Paul Tudor Jones, Mental health, Health, Poverty, Unemployment, Spouse, Descriptive statistics, Funding, Test score, Participant