ab 0 cd Does transition make you happy ?

@inproceedings{Sanfey2005ab0C,
  title={ab 0 cd Does transition make you happy ?},
  author={Peter Sanfey and Utku Teksoz},
  year={2005}
}
  • Peter Sanfey, Utku Teksoz
  • Published 2005
This paper analyses life satisfaction in transition countries using evidence from the World Values Survey. The paper demonstrates that individuals in transition economies on average record lower values of self-reported satisfaction with life compared with those in non-transition countries. An econometric analysis shows that females, people with higher levels of education and higher incomes are happier, and happiness declines with age until the early-fifties. Self-employed people in transition… CONTINUE READING
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