Perceived quality of society

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Harrison, E., Saini, R. and Zwiener, N. 2016. Perceived quality of society. New Economics Foundation.
TypeProject report
TitlePerceived quality of society
AuthorsHarrison, E., Saini, R. and Zwiener, N.
EditorsHarrison, E. and Abdallah, S.
Abstract

Drawing on evidence from across Europe, this report explores new ways in which policy can support and encourage high levels of wellbeing, using data from the European Social Survey. Much of the established evidence and analysis around wellbeing is based on a single measure – life satisfaction. This report combines contributions from City University London, the New Economics Foundation (NEF) and the University of Cambridge to explore new ways of understanding and measuring wellbeing.

LanguageEnglish
ISBN9781908506979
Electronic9781908506979
PublisherNew Economics Foundation
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OnlineApr 2016
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Deposited17 Oct 2019
Output statusPublished
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© April 2016 New Economics Foundation

Web address (URL)https://neweconomics.org/uploads/files/3e7752db1667d8adf2_hjm6iwz1u.pdf
Book titleLooking through the Wellbeing Kaleidoscope: Results from the European Social Survey
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