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If you are interested in methods to measure Subjective Wellbeing, you will find this Summary Review of SWB research very useful: The following paper provides an overview of the growing literature on subjective wellbeing or more commonly known as “happiness”. Traditionally, wellbeing has been identified with a single objective dimension: material progress measured by income […]

Subjective well-being is not the same as happiness, even if such terms are often used as synonymous. A definition of subjective well being: “a broad category of phenomena that includes people’s emotional responses, domain satisfactions, and global judgements of life satisfaction. Subjective well-being consists of two distinctive components: an affective part (evaluation guided by emotions […]

“Measuring subjective well-being: an opportunity for National Statistical Offices?” was the tile of a seminar organised, among others, by Istat. Before subjective well-being going mainstream in France and UK, Italians already understood its importance. Unfortunately, such vision didn’t get implemented in practical terms. From http://www.isqols2009.istitutodeglinnocenti.it/Content_en/Collateral_1.htm Enhancing societal progress needs timely and reliable data that allow […]

In their “Developments in the Measurement of Subjective Well-Being”, Daniel Kahneman and Alan B. Krueger “discuss research on how individuals’ responses to subjective well-being questions vary with their circumstances and other factors. We will argue that it is fruitful to distinguish among different conceptions of utility rather than presume to measure a single, unifying concept […]

Welcome to “Subjective well-being 101”, our first podcast about subjective well-being 101! We look forward to hearing your comments, inputs, etc.! Thanks,