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he relationship between innovation and subjective wellbeing

@inproceedings{Dolanb2012heRB,
  title={he relationship between innovation and subjective wellbeing},
  author={aul Dolanb and Robert Metcalfea},
  year={2012}
}
Innovation should improve people’s lives. The links made between innovation and subjective wellbeing (SWB) have, however, rarely been made. We use a representative survey of the British population and new primary data to explore the relationship between innovation and SWB. We show that creativity ccepted 4 April 2012 vailable online xxx 

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