Gender Differences in Subjective Well-Being: Comparing Societies with Respect to Gender Equality

@article{TeschRmer2007GenderDI,
  title={Gender Differences in Subjective Well-Being: Comparing Societies with Respect to Gender Equality},
  author={Clemens Tesch-R{\"o}mer and Andreas Motel-Klingebiel and Martin J. Tomasik},
  journal={Social Indicators Research},
  year={2007},
  volume={85},
  pages={329-349}
}
These analyses explore the relationship between gender inequality and subjective well-being. The hypothesis was tested as to whether societal gender inequality is related to the size of gender differences in subjective well-being in various societies. Results come from comparative data sets (World Values Survey, involving 57 countries; OASIS project, involving Norway, England, Germany, Spain and Israel). The size of gender differences varied with the extent of societal gender inequality and the… 
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