October 4, 2013

Social Indicators Research (SIR), Vol. 114, Iss. 1

The new issue of Social Indicators Research is now available at SpringerLink.

In this issue:

 

Subjective Social Indicators: Benefits and Limitations for Policy Making—An Introduction to this Special Issue
Heinz-Herbert Noll
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A Happy Nation? Opportunities and Challenges of Using Subjective Indicators in Policymaking
Christian Kroll & Jan Delhey
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The Multiple Uses of Subjective Well-Being Indicators
Charles Seaford
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“Così è (se vi pare)”: Remarks on Subjective Well-Being from a Resource-Based Perspective
Jussi Simpura
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Steering Towards Happiness in The Netherlands
Jeroen Boelhouwer & Cretien van Campen
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Measuring Subjective Well-Being and its Potential Role in Policy: Perspectives from the UK Office for National Statistics
Stephen Hicks , Lucy Tinkler & Paul Allin
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Subjective Indicators in the Health Sector and Their Usefulness in Policy Making
Carla Collicelli
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Can Governments Boost People’s Sense of Well-Being? The Impact of Selected Labour Market and Health Policies on Life Satisfaction
Romina Boarini , Margherita Comola , Femke de Keulenaer , Robert Manchin & Conal Smith
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Minimising Misery: A New Strategy for Public Policies Instead of Maximising Happiness?
Orsolya Lelkes
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The Impact of Adaptive Preferences on Subjective Indicators: An Analysis of Poverty Indicators
Eric Crettaz & Christian Suter
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Measuring Subjective Issues of Well-Being and Quality of Life in the European Statistical System
Marleen De Smedt
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