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What Buys Happiness? Analyzing Trends in Subjective Well-Being in 15 European Countries, 1973-2002

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What Buys Happiness? Analyzing Trends in Subjective Well-Being in 15 European Countries, 1973-2002. / Bjørnskov, Christian; Gupta, Nabanita Datta.

2004. Paper presented at Happiness, Economics, and Interpersonal Relationships, .

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Bjørnskov, C & Gupta, ND 2004, 'What Buys Happiness? Analyzing Trends in Subjective Well-Being in 15 European Countries, 1973-2002', Paper presented at Happiness, Economics, and Interpersonal Relationships, 03/12/2004 - 04/12/2004.

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Bjørnskov, C., & Gupta, N. D. (2004). What Buys Happiness? Analyzing Trends in Subjective Well-Being in 15 European Countries, 1973-2002. Paper presented at Happiness, Economics, and Interpersonal Relationships, .

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Bjørnskov C, Gupta ND. 2004. What Buys Happiness? Analyzing Trends in Subjective Well-Being in 15 European Countries, 1973-2002. Paper presented at Happiness, Economics, and Interpersonal Relationships, .

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Bjørnskov C, Gupta ND. What Buys Happiness? Analyzing Trends in Subjective Well-Being in 15 European Countries, 1973-2002. 2004. Paper presented at Happiness, Economics, and Interpersonal Relationships, .

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abstract = "Trends in life satisfaction are examined across 15 European countries employing a modified version of Kendall's Tau. Analyses show that GDP growth relative to growth in the preceding period is a determinant of the trends; the same holds for the growth in life expectancy while the contemporaneous growth in the current account balance exerts a positive influence. Relative unemployment growth becomes significant when interacted with a measure of political ideology. The effects of relative GDP growth vary with median ideology.",
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