Well-being is more than happiness and life satisfaction: a multidimensional analysis of 21 countries.

Kai Ruggeri, Eduardo Garcia-Garzon, Áine Maguire, Sandra Matz & Felicia Huppert
Background Recent trends on measurement of well-being have elevated the scientific standards and rigor associated with approaches for national and international comparisons of well-being. One major theme in this has been the shift toward multidimensional approaches over reliance on traditional metrics such as single measures (e.g. happiness, life satisfaction) or economic proxies (e.g. GDP). Methods To produce a cohesive, multidimensional measure of well-being useful for providing meaningful insights for policy, we use data from 2006...
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