Subjective Well-being

The Determinants of Life Satisfaction in Newfoundland and Labrador 
Douglas May and Philip Hoskins, September 2014
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Abstract:
Happiness, subjective well-being and utility have been at the centre of the neoclassical microeconomic analytical framework for a considerable period of time. In its strictest form the utility that an individual obtains is dependent upon the combination of goods and services that he or she consumes. The actual or perceived utility of these goods or services is ...

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