Subjective economic well-being in Eastern Europe

@inproceedings{Hayo2002SubjectiveEW,
  title={Subjective economic well-being in Eastern Europe},
  author={Bernd Hayo and Wolfgang Seifert},
  year={2002}
}
This paper analyses subjective economic well-being in several Eastern European countries from 1991 to 1995. Economic well-being explains a significant part of the variation in overall life satisfaction of Eastern Europeans. In an ordered logit model, the determinants of subjective economic well-being are analysed. Some results are very similar to typical findings in happiness regressions, such as a negative but u-shaped age effect, positive influences of education and relative income position… CONTINUE READING

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