Subjective Well-Being and Social Policy: Can Nations Make Their Children Happier? View Full Text


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DATE

2015-03

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Jonathan Bradshaw

ABSTRACT

This paper explores the relationship between subjective well-being and social policy. It reviews efforts to study well-being and then presents some international comparisons of subjective well-being and national UK trends in subjective well-being and discusses what might explain them. It then explores why we might not see a relationship between policy and subjective well-being. Then it asserts that there probable is one and presents some evidence in support. It concludes that exploration of this subject is in its infancy and we need more research. More... »

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227-241

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