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Erscheinungsjahr: 2020
Herausgeber: Springer International Publishing

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Autor/in: Mariano Rojas
Titel: The Economics of Happiness - How the Easterlin Paradox Transformed Our Understanding of Well-Being and Progress
Verlag: Springer; Springer International Publishing
481 Seiten
Erscheinungsjahr: 2020-09-25
Cham; CH
Gedruckt / Hergestellt in Niederlande.
Sprache: Englisch
160,49 € (DE)
164,99 € (AT)
177,00 CHF (CH)
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XXVI, 481 p. 72 illus., 63 illus. in color.

BC; Hardcover, Softcover / Wirtschaft/Volkswirtschaft; Wohlfahrtsökonomie; Verstehen; Consolidation of Happiness Economics; Economic Growth and Well-Being; Easterlin Paradox; Happiness along the Life Course; Happiness in Welfare Economics; Happiness Research and Policy Implicatons; Income and Happiness; Relationship between Economic Growth and Happiness; Scientific Approach in the Study of Happiness; Subjective Measures of Well-Being; Happiness in Politics; Richard Easterlin; Social Choice and Welfare; Quality of Life Research; Positive Psychology; Persönliche Gesundheit und Gesundheitswesen / Gesundheitserziehung; Positive Psychologie; BB

Part 1. Introduction.- Chapter 1. The Relevance of Richard Easterlin’s Groundbreaking Work. A Historical Perspective (Mariano Rojas).- Part 2. Income and Happiness.- Chapter 2. The Easterlin Paradox Revisited: Who is Right? (Maarten Vendrik).- Chapter 3. Relative Income, Subjective Wellbeing and the Easterlin Paradox: Intra- and Inter-national Comparisons (Arthur Grimes).- Chapter 4. Relative Income in Latin America (Mariano Rojas).- Part 3. Happiness in Welfare Economics.- Chapter 5. Does Happiness Improve Welfare Economics a Lot? (Gabriel Leite Mota).- Chapter 6. The Easterlin Paradox from the Perspective of Scitovsky’s The Joyless Economy (Maurizio Pugno).- Part 4. Happiness in Development.- Chapter 7. It’s not the Economy, Stupid! Shifting Policies from Economic Growth to Social Capital and Happiness (Stefano Bartolini).- Chapter 8. Homo Economics and Happiness: Towards more Sustainable Development (Martin Binder).- Chapter 9. Keynes' Grandchildren and Easterlin's Paradox: What isKeeping us from Reducing our Working Hours? (Johannes Hirata).- Chapter 10. Using Well-Being Metrics to Assess Social Well-Being and Ill-Being: Lessons from Rising Mortality Rates in the United States (Carol Graham).- Part 5. Social Foundations of Happiness.- Chapter 11. When does the Weight of Expectations hit Children? And are They Peer Oriented? (Paul Frijters).- Chapter 12. Social Foundations of the Life Course of Happiness (John F. Helliwell).- Part 6. Happiness along the Life Course.- Chapter 13. Born to be Mild? Cohort Effects don’t (fully) Explain why Well-being is U-shaped in Age (Andrew E. Clark).- Chapter 14. Do Modern Humans Suffer a Psychological Low in Midlife? Two Approaches (With and Without Controls) in Seven Data Sets (David G. Blanchflower ).- Part 7. Happiness in Economics.- Chapter 15. Inequality Aversion and Risk Attitudes (Ada Ferrer-i-Carbonell ).- Chapter 15. Inequality Aversion and Risk Attitudes (Ada Ferrer-i-Carbonell).- Chapter 16. Happiness and Lottery Wins (Andrew J. Oswald).- Part 8. Happiness in Politics.- Chapter 17. The Subjective Well-being Political Paradox: Evidence from Latin America (Anke C. Plagnol).
Provides an overview of Richard Easterlin’s groundbreaking work on happiness and economics, widely known as the Easterlin Paradox Brings together insights from a selective group of economists, senior researchers in the economics of happiness and promising young scholars showing the current dynamics and consolidation of happiness economics Addresses relevant issues on progress and welfare economics

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