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Inequality, Status, and Subjective Well-Being

Subjective well–being is shaped by social inequality. For instance, in every society for which we have data, rich people tend to be happier than poor people. Using unique data gathered by the author on social comparison, we can now better distinguish between relative and absolute income effects... Full description

1st Person: Alderson, Art
Event: Öffentlicher Vortrag am MPIfG, Köln
2016-01-27, Köln
Type of Publication: Presentation
Published: 2016
Series: Öffentlicher Vortrag am MPIfG
Online: Complete lecture podcast
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