Level of Living and Well-being as Measures of Welfare: Evidence from European Countries

@inproceedings{Kaldaru2009LevelOL,
  title={Level of Living and Well-being as Measures of Welfare: Evidence from European Countries},
  author={Helje Kaldaru and Anneli Kaasa and Katrin Tamm},
  year={2009}
}
  • Helje Kaldaru, Anneli Kaasa, Katrin Tamm
  • Published 2009
  • Economics
  • The aim of the present study is to elaborate generalized indicators describing objective and subjective aspects of welfare and analyze the relationships between them based on the sample of European countries. While applying the quality of life approach we differentiate economic, human capital, social capital and emotional aspects of welfare. With help of confirmatory factor analysis generalized objective level of living and subjective well-being indicators to measure all mentioned aspects will… CONTINUE READING

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